Firstly, we will need to identify the source of your stress, e.g. too much work, co-workers' pressure, work envrionment, job security. Whenever possible, write down on pen and paper on all the factors that contributed to your stress level (regardless on whether it is a minor or major factor). Secondly, understand the trigger. In your case for example, one of the contributing factor is too much work. In like manner, list down all the reasons that leads to the overwhelming amount of work, e.g. lack of work efficiency, lack of knowledge, skills, experience, distractions. Thirdly, have a talk with your work buddy or lunch buddy. Understand from them on their perspective that leads to the piling of work. Fourth, continue the list that you have done and start to brainstorm on all the solutions (regardless of whether it is feasible or not) that can alleviate the situation, including discussing the workload with your boss. Finally, be determined in wanting to solve the problem. Give yourself a couple of weeks or months to adjust to the work environement and do your best to resolve the situation. At the same time, understand that the learning curve is always the steepest whenever you work in a new environment. When all else fail, you know that it is time to leave. Additionally, you know you have made the right decision because you have put in your best effort to wanting to improve the situation. All things considered, always remember, health comes first! 🌻 Here is everything about me and what I do best.