REPOST of ASSIGNMENT
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Identifying, Managing and Reducing Stress
You will be examining the role stress can play in your life.
Create a Newsletter: Newsletters must use an appropriate template – an example of a newsletter template can be found in Word Templates. Use inspirational quotes, graphics, charts, and visual aids to enhance your newsletter. Ensure that information included in your newsletter is properly paraphrased and cited; the use of direct quotes is prohibited. A minimum of three sources should be included (your textbook does count); ensure sources are credible. One section of your newsletter should be designated for additional resources that could be used by those reading the newsletter to gain more information on topics presented in the newsletter. One small section of your newsletter should be designated for references used in creating the final product. Answer all of the following questions by showing your answers in the newsletter to each question.
Choose a type of stress (schoolwork, family, job, a relationship, etc) and answer all of the following questions by showing your answers in the newsletter to each question:
1. Give examples that causes the stress.
2. Describe healthy coping mechanisms you can use to help with stress.
3. Discuss of the warning signs of stress is in your life.
4. Describe the short-term effects stress can have on an individual.
5. Describe the long-term effects stress can have on an individual.
It always gets better with time.
Stress leads to poor decision making, poor health conditions and decisions and this stress tickles down to most people around you and those that care for you.
You can drain this stress by enjoying these wonderful quotes that will help you feel better about the situation.
“EVERY NEW DAY THAT DAWNS IS A NEW CHANCE TO TRY AGAIN.”
“Remember to always schedule your priorities and not to prioritize your schedule”
“In a year or less you will forget all that stressed you or even barely remember why you were so stress. Question is, why stress about it now?”
“Always remember that you are not alone. He is always there with you”
Selye, H. (1950). Stress. Montreal: Acta, 1955.
Kemeny, M. E. (2003). The psychobiology of stress. Current directions in psychological science, 12(4), 124-129.
A problem shared is a problem half solved
“When you wake up every moring, think of what a perfect privilege it is to be alive and kicking, to love, to laugh and to enoy”
“In times of stress, it s best to listen with our hearts and ears and to understand that our questions are just as important as our answers.”
“Nothing can bring you happiness unless you accept it for you to be content with it and also on the other hand , nothing is miserable and hard unless you think and belive so”
“Just as fire finds calmness in its rest without fuel so does thoughts become silent and calm when the soul finds peace with its source”