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What is stress? Stress is a state of being that is characterized by increased demands on a person's energy and attention. When a person is stressed, he or she may not be able to focus on the task at hand, may have trouble making decisions and may be too excited about the situation. Stress is often caused by: • a negative emotion or stress response • a new experience (satisfying or threatening) • a significant change in the way that we do something • a change in the relationship between us and our surroundings. If you think about it, most of these factors are what we call "negative emotion," such as anger, sadness, fear, anxiety, or jealousy. When a person experiences a stress-related emotion or a new one, it changes the way that he or she is behaving. Stress can change the way we perceive the world around us, and can also have a significant effect on our moods. For example, people can become more sensitive to stress by viewing their environment through a particular lens: as a threatening situation or a threatening situation in which they are involved.