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HỌC NGAY TỪ VỰNG LIÊN QUAN ĐẾN CHỦ ĐỀ NÀY NHÉ:
– you name it: vân vân
– A good stress reliever: một cách xả stress tốt
– express and process emotions: thể hiện được cảm xúc
– release frustration: giải toả được sự khó chịu
– take on new challenges: chấp nhận thử thách mới
– encourage workplace wellness: khuyến khích lối sống khoẻ mạnh ở nơi làm việc
– subsidize gym memberships: hỗ trợ thẻ tập gym
– feel valued: thấy được trân trọng
– communication barriers are broken down: nhân viên sẽ không còn khó khăn trong việc giao tiếp với nhau
– as opposed to the present day: đối lập với ngày nay.
well, there is a variety of stress-relieving activities for students. First of all, they can try some art activities, like drawing, painting, doing crafts, you name it. Creating arts can be a good stress reliever for several reasons, it’s a good distraction, it helps express and process emotions, and it leaves you with something beautiful to enjoy when you’re finished. Plus, for the majority of students, taking part in different kinds of sports, anything from basketball, volleyball, to biking, can be a fun way to get exercise, a way to release frustration, and more, and leave them healthier and happier in the end. And for others, playing games is their favorite pastime activity, as they allow them to take on new challenges, and experience new things.
2. What activities do employers organize to help employees relax?
3. Do people nowadays have more ways to relax than in the past?
No, we don’t. Earlier and even in the late 20th century, people were barely addicted to electronic devices and the internet as opposed to the present day. They used their free time to engage in different relaxing activities, like, to laugh with their friends and families, to look around, socialize with neighbors and friends, spend more time outdoors, and so on. But now we are addicted to the Internet, and tend to put our smartphones above almost everything else. We are always obsessed with the endless activities on our social networking sites, so approximately 90% of our time is now spent indoors surfing the Internet, watching movies, playing games or simply chatting with friends.