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COUN 646 DB2 There are a wide variety of emotions and reactions that can occur following an immediate crisis in a person’s life. Much of how a client reacts to stress is determined by their culture, their environment, conditioning, their sense of faith and the nature of family relationships (Kring, Johnson, Davison, & Neale, 2016) .   An individual may become overwhelmed and experience panic attacks and extreme exhaustion due to physical, mental and emotional stress. They may begin to experience intrusive thoughts and dreams that disturb their ability to function normally. The stress can manifest itself in the physical body as persistent headaches, stomach pains or other bodily reactions. A person may become so overwhelmed that they refuse to even acknowledge or think about the crisis event, leading to denial and possibly the use of drugs and alcohol to escape reality. The extreme or abnormal reaction to stress could eventually cause long-term repercussions in a person’s work and family life (Sarason, & Sarason, 2002). When a person develops
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