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KIDS HAVE STRESS TOO 2 Kids Have Stress Too! PART A: Introduction 1. Stress happens in everyone’s life a. Common sources of stress Stress develops as a consequence of one being exposed to different situations that place a demand on us in various ways (McLaughlin et al., 2015). Several factors contribute to stress in my daily life, and they include demands presented at the home and work environments, illnesses, career growth, and development together with navigating through everyday life due to changing needs. b. When do you know when you’re stressed? In cases where I develop a sense of anxiety concerning the presented aspect of stress regarding possible solutions, I may alleviate the pressure. Equally, in cases where I find myself always thinking about a particular issue and weighing the pros and cons of various solutions that I may adopt, I understand that I am stressed. c. What do you do to help alleviate your stress? Do you think you react positively? I engage in a variety of activities to alleviate stress. Firstly, I evaluate the stressor to identify possible solutions to curb the anxiety. In case none is forthcoming, I engage in fun activities that I enjoy such as playing basketball, which helps keep my mind off the issue for a while. I believe I react positively when faced with stress as I adopt solutions to address the stressing issue and in case I am unable to do so, I find alternative activities to keep my mind off the problem until I have a solution.
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KIDS HAVE STRESS TOO 3 2. Have you ever seen a child become stressed? a. What happened? Yes, I have seen a child become stressed, and in most situations, the child is unable to cope with the presented change causing the stress. In one particular case, the child had a challenge sharing with others in the classroom environment. In this case, requesting the child presented stress resulting in an outburst. b. How did you see the child cope with the situation? Do you think they reacted positively? Initially, the child was unable to cope with the situation resulting in an outburst. In this case, the child reacted negatively due to the inability to find a solution to the stressful situation.
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