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So my current topic questions is "What is the relationship between stress and physiological illnesses, and what can one do to reduce stress?" but it will probably be altered a bit as my EE develops. I've done a lot of research linking different types of stress and possible physiological illnesses, such as what hormones are released and what effects they have, but after I write about that, what direction should I take my essay? I read somewhere that "self-help" psychology EE's aren't a good topic...I think the "what can one do to reduce stress?" part might fall under that, so should I research more about that, or take it out completely? My EE supervisor suggested that I research about "Tiger moms"...I could also research about the different stress levels between Asian countries (especially in Korea and Japan) and the rest of the world, and how the Asian countries have a higher suicide rate among students...am I getting off tangent here? Is my topic going to be too broad? :\ My supervisor said I could structure my essay like this: explain the relationship between stress and physiological illnesses, then talk about "Tiger moms" and the like, and finally go into why this paper was important...like why researching about my topic was important or something. Kind of wrap everything up by discussing how stress should be reduced...because of Tiger moms and physiological illnesses and everything...I don't know. My thoughts are a jumble.