stress_management - Take the Stress Test Do any of these...

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Take the Stress Test Do any of these apply to you?
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Work Load 1. Always too much work; never able to relax 2. High Pressure periods; deadlines, test come all at once 3. One or two difficult courses take all my time; no time left for anything else 4. Efforts often seem for nothing – Don’t get satisfying results
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5. Seems like I have a lot more work than roommate, friends 6. I have to work harder than roommate and friends to get the same results 7. My job takes up too much time; I can’t afford to cut back 8. My stress is complicated by commitments I can’t get out of
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If you said yes to many work stressors… …you might consider one of the following: Consult with a counselor about time management and/or priority setting Seek out a tutor or other study skills help Talk to the career center about work style
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People 1. Tension with family, friends or romantic partner 2. Incompatibility with roommate’s habits, schedule, lifestyle 3. Change in relationship; love lost/gained new romantic partner 4. Death of a close friend or family member
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5. Parents divorce, separation or conflicts. Adjustment to parents new partner. 6. Interpersonal conflict; trouble expressing needs or standing up for rights 7. Reluctant to ask for help 8. Trouble saying no
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If you said yes to many people stressors… …you might consider one of the following: Talk to a friend, RA or counselor about the problem Go to a program on assertiveness training and/or conflict Take an interpersonal communication class
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Mind 1. Worry about what people think? 2. More time spent thinking about what can go wrong than what can go right 3. More time spent thinking about what DID go wrong than where you can go from here 4. No time to think, always having to do
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5. Motivation problems, difficulty getting started 6. Tendency to get too worked up when under pressure or in a crisis 7. Tendency to get down, dwell on how bad things are 8. Often feel guilty
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This note was uploaded on 04/01/2008 for the course STUDY STRA 101 taught by Professor None during the Spring '08 term at Lynchburg College.

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