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Click to edit Master subtitle style 4/7/11 Family Stress and Coping SFL 160:
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4/7/11 This Week 1. Why study family stress? 2. Learning the ABC’s of family stress 3. Specific Stressors
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4/7/11 A quick Review Remember: Family systems strive to achieve their family goals through family process (rules, communication, etc) Family goals are only fully achieved via equilibrium Family processes are structured assuming a family’s unchanging nature
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4/7/11 Stress Reflection Think about the last time you were stressed out. What was changing? How did you cope? Why did you cope that way?
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4/7/11 Conceptual Framework Family systems theory helps us understand what happens within systems when stress occurs. Stress in one part of the family will create stress in the entire system Families must cope with stress as a unit Bring Work Home with You
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4/7/11 ABC-X A Event or Situation B Resources C Perception X Degree of Stress
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4/7/11 An Example A Child Leaving for College B Cell Phone Internet Car Family Cohesion C It’s Time It’s a Good School He/she Will Visit Frequently X Low Level of Stress
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