I posted this here instead of on the question itself so that we could discuss the question without littering the post itself with meta debate. David Weir is a new user, and this could be a good experiment to try bringing these types of discussions/debates to meta right away instead of plastering them all over the comments.
This question, I've experienced a lot of stress that may impact my work. What can I do to reduce it?, at first glance seemed like a real, actual problem that one would face at work. The issue happened outside of work, but the problem that David is trying to solve is to make sure he can still go to work and be productive.
There are two potential issues I see with this post:
After answering, I noticed that one of the answers is an extremely short "me too" style answer, at least it was at the time I posted this. I'm not sure how to judge this as a problem with the question or just a problem with the answers. In general, an answer isn't bad because it's short, it's bad because the length is generally a symptom of a different problem, either the answer isn't fully answering the question, or the question just isn't constructive. The short answer makes the question seem more like a poll, but the question isn't really a poll.... or is it?
1 - If it is a poll, is there a way we can edit it and fix it, or is there something we could ask David to include in his question that would provide more value?
2 - If the question is good to go, then what needs to be done to fix the answers? I'm afraid that if we got 10+ "me too" answers, the post wouldn't be very valuable. How do we know listening to a podcast reduces stress better than taking a walk without some form of explanation?
I encourage the community to discuss here instead of on the actual question. David is new to the community, and because of the sensitive nature of the question, I feel it's best to keep debate here instead. Thank you for participating in the experiment! :)