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Valerie Gregoire Child/Adolescent Psychology 09/22/19 Child and Adolescent PsychologyChapter 5 AssignmentDuring pregnancy you go through many changes. Changes in your body, emotions, and the life of your family. Some may welcome these changes, while others might succumb to the stresses a new baby can add to your life. Feeling stressed is a common occurrence in pregnancy, but too much stress can make you overly uncomfortable and it isn’t good for you. Stress can make you have trouble sleeping, have headaches, lose your appetite, or overeat. High stress levels that continue over a long period of time can cause many health problems, such as, high blood pressure, heart disease, etc. There are three protective factors that can reduce the impact of early stress on families due to birth complications: Individual attributes, the maintaining of supportive family relationships, and the rewards of work, church, etc. Individual AttributesPut any big changes on hold for now. External stressors, such as major

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Term
Fall
Professor
Kollman, Larry
Tags
Psychology, If You Have to Ask

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