Everyone has their own individual stress triggers. In the “rush hour” of life – around 40 – when, in addition to children, job and household, you may also be taking care of parents who are no longer completely fit, things can get rough. The decisive factor for the stress level is what is perceived internally and not the actual stress level. People react very differently to the same “objective” situation.
As different as people are, they have one thing in common: Accepting new things is not easy. Whether you let go of an old “bad” habit or adopt a new “good” one – it doesn’t matter. In any case, it’s a first step in the right direction.