DQ1 and DQ2 - DQ1 What is your definition of stress?...

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DQ1 What is your definition of stress? According to p. 62 in Ch. 3, how does the textbook define stress? How do they differ? What are some common stressors in your life? My definition of stress would be being put in situations that either make one really upset to where you want to scream or just feeling pressure/ stress on your body. Also, stress could be good to where one feel anxious in a positive way. The text book defines stress as, “the experience of a perceived threat (real or imagined) to one’s well-being, resulting from a series of physiological responses and adaptations.” I think both definitions could be about the same, I think an individual’s definition of stress would depend on what they believe to be stressful. Many people just think of stress to be a negative thing when really stress can be both negative and positive. The stressor I have in my life, are my 3 children usually. All under four they can be a handful at times and cause me to get very frustrated to the point of breaking down and crying. Not all of
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This note was uploaded on 08/01/2011 for the course HEALTH ADM 164 taught by Professor Kishacalbert during the Spring '11 term at University of Phoenix.

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