Stress Mgmt Quiz 4 pg13

Stress Mgmt Quiz 4 pg13 - gre06755_ch04.qxd 4/11/05 2:00 PM...

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INTERPRETATION OF SCORES This scale measures how optimistic you are about your future life satisfaction for two time periods: one year from now and 10 years from now. High scores for the separate time periods or their combination indicate highly optimistic expectations for life satisfaction, giving more weight to those factors considered by you to be most important. If your scores are below 2.0, that indicates you are not optimistic that your future will be sufficiently satisfying for you. Stress management teaches you to be more in control of yourself and your life than you thought you could. That control may relate to being in charge of your thoughts and feelings such as anxiety and depression, your physiology such as the degree of muscle tension or how fast your heart beats, or the closeness and meaningfulness of your personal relationships. Stress management also strives to put you in control of the satisfaction you derive from life. If you find you are pessimistic about your future, do something about that now. For example, if you are concerned about your
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This note was uploaded on 11/09/2011 for the course CLP 4183 taught by Professor Nancyschwartz during the Fall '11 term at UNF.

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