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Unformatted text preview: 1 In comparison to the hassle scores among my peers that are attending college, my scores were below average. A normal level of stress would be around 105, while my score averaged a 69 with the majority of my stress factors being and relating to work, home life, homework, and money issues. The event in my stress test that had the highest frequency was that of money and noticing the lack of it. Unfortunately, I am currently unemployed. However, although my husband holds a well paying job, the bills in our household overwhelm the amount of money that is coming in due to rate increases in mortgage, gas, groceries, electricity, and water. My tunnel of hope for financial relief seems to be getting darker instead of lighter. I believe that I can reduce this burden of stress by getting rid of some of my household luxuries like having cell phones, going out to eat or to the movies and perhaps even the cable. I can also reduce this stress by keeping a monthly financial record of our expenses and what is being spent and...
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This note was uploaded on 09/14/2011 for the course HCA 250 hca 250 taught by Professor Axiacollege during the Spring '10 term at University of Phoenix.
- Spring '10