Stressed Cartoon (A list)

In this brief blog, we will provide a list of stressed cartoons, this may be able to help you if you are feeling stressed due to life events.

They may help you see the humorous side of stress and allow you to find some positives regardless of the situation you are going through.

You may want to view stressed cartoons if you are feeling stressed and want something to amuse you or maybe you have a friend or family member who is stressed and you want to cheer them up.

Stressed cartoons can be very helpful to see the funny side of stress. We have curated a list of our favourite stress cartoons below.

Below each stressed cartoon, we will offer a brief description of what is depicted in the cartoon from our understanding

The first batch of 3 stress cartoons

Stressed cartoon: In this cartoon, you see a woman who is pulling her hair.

This is a very common thing that people who are stressed will usually do to express their frustrations with the situation they are currently going through.

Stressed cartoon: In this cartoon, we see a man who is clearly agitated, stressed and likely angry in a combative stance.

Stress can often lead us to violence if not carefully controlled.

If you find that you often cant control your behaviour when things go bad then you may want to seek expert mental health help to ensure you dong become a danger to yourself or others.

Stressed cartoon: In this cartoon, we see a man who is under some time pressure, sweating and writing.

He is likely taking an exam. We tend to get stressed during difficult moments such as exams and it is very important that we find a way to control our stress so we can perform adequately at our exams.

If we don’t do this we can find ourselves experiencing much more stress as we feel let down by ur results.

The second batch of 3 stress cartoons

Stressed cartoon: In this stressed cartoon a man has his fingers interlocked and he is also pulling his hair During a moment of stress we tend to bring our bodily actions more inwards and compact in order to feel better.

Stressed cartoon: In this stressed cartoon we see a woman who is pulling her hair, has her eyes wide open and seems to be grinding her teeth.

These are common things for people who are stressed to do.

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Stressed cartoon: In this stressed cartoon a woman pulls her hair.

This seems to be a common theme when people are stressed and certainly amongst these stressed cartoons.

If you are suffering from depression, anxiety, loneliness or any similar mental health issue then seeking help for it may be a good option.

Mental health issues such as depression, loneliness and anxiety can affect anyone of us.

If you are under 18 then CAMHS, an NHS run programme may just be the answer for your mental health struggles.

You should look to see if you meet the CAMHS referral criteria and then fill in the CAMHS referral form.

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