Depending on which way you compare, it can either make you really stressed or really grateful. So keep your eyes on your own page... and if you decide to compare, make sure you see the whole book.
Setting unreasonable expectations for yourself
You expect you should be functioning at 100% all the time, no matter the circumstances. You even make your "self-care routine" stressful; you have to get to the gym, meditate, and make your green smoothie no matter what! And you definitely can't make mistakes.
There's a pretty good chance you're your own toughest critic. Once you realize you’re in control of your expectations -- becoming a little more realistic and flexible with them, and treating yourself like a fallible human -- you can reduce your stress significantly.
Grieving, though not in a traditional sense
Most people associate grief with death. But you can also experience grief when your relationship or job ends, when you have a falling-out with a friend, when you learn you can’t have kids, when your parent’s memory starts going.