GEB3031wk15 - Stress Management Click to edit Master...

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Click to edit Master subtitle style Stress Management Cornerstone Course Dr. Cameron Ford
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Negative Stress Cycle
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Problems Associated with Stress Reduces productivity Affects health Drains energy Damages relationships
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Positive Stress and Productive Stress can have positive effects Meeting critical deadlines Solving new problems Crisis control People have different optimal stress levels
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Thoughts Associated with Stress Increased vulnerability + Decreased power = Increased worry The “Depression-Rumination Cycle” Ruminators dwell on and revisit worries, and fail to take steps to resolve them May be four times more likely to suffer from depression, women tend to ruminate more Associated with chronic, uncontrollable stressors,
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Major Work Stressors Changes in the workplace Unhealthy work environment Loss of collegial support community Individual “accelerators” Lack of trust (higher vulnerability) Job burnout (higher vulnerability) Fear of failure (lower power) Low self-esteem (lower power)
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This note was uploaded on 08/29/2011 for the course GEB 3031 taught by Professor Dr.ford during the Spring '09 term at University of Central Florida.

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