Stress Management - STRESSMANAGEMENT DanGerber,ED.D.,M.P.H....

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    STRESS MANAGEMENT Dan Gerber, ED.D., M.P.H. My Body/My Health
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Start your PRS!!!
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Remember the “Tough Guise” Video The media plays up this “tough guise” mental model by telling men to: (1) Being tough means lifting weights. (2) Being a “real” man is not to show your feelings. (3) This “tough guise” is unhealthy for our society and communities. (4) Two and Three but not one.
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Hegemony de s c rib e s  ho w a  do m ina nt g ro up c a n pro je c t its   pa rtic ula r wa y o f s e e ing  s o c ia l re a lity s o  s uc c e s s fully tha t its   vie w is  a c c e pte d a s  c o m m o n s e ns e , a s  pa rt o f the  na tura l  o rde r, e ve n b y tho s e  who  a re  in fa c t dis e m po we re d b y it. The  fo llo wing  a re  a ll e xa m ple s  o f “he g e m o ny” fro m  the   “To ug h G uis e ” vide o  e xc e pt: (1) Manhood is connected with dominance, power and control. (2) Men being “tough” is heredity. (3) One of the ways the power of the dominant group is not  questions is by being invisible. (i.e. White is not a race so we do  not talk about it.) (4) For men - showing your feelings is considered a weakness.
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statements describes the lives of college students? A. It is a period of low stress. B. It is a period when stress is easily managed. C.
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This note was uploaded on 11/14/2011 for the course PUBHLTH 160 taught by Professor Gerber during the Spring '08 term at UMass (Amherst).

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