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Unformatted text preview: Continued stress can lead to a worsening of depression and anxiety, heart attack, a weakening of the immune system which can cause illness and the inability to fight off infection or disease. It could also cause me to take out my frustration and anger on my co-workers, my friends and family, and possibly even complete strangers. Effectively resolving the situation can be achieved by being well organized and finishing priority tasks first, asking others for help when I need it instead of trying to take it all on by myself, exercising to help reduce stress, and even finding small periods of time to relax and unwind without thinking about everything that needs to be done. References; Psychology and the Challenges of Life, Chapters 3 and 4, Axia reading material....
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- Spring '10
- Psychology, Stress Adrienne Martin, Donna Volk, PSY/210 Donna Volk