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1 Shaunie Haynes, LMSW Dera Baskin, CD

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3 A demand for change in the body, mind, or an emotional adjustment to the environment. Stress can be POSITIVE OR NEGATIVE! SIMPLY PUT…. It is the body’s response to ANYTHING that forces you to change

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5 To work better with others, RED needs to _________ Slow Down (Where have I heard that before?) Get it Done RIGHT Listen WELL Evaluate Dream vs. Details Pick ONE Person as the Boss Slow Down Relax High Pressure Engage the Yellow Praise the Yellow Be Spontaneous Allow Yellow to Participate Crazy Fast Pace Develop Rapport Show Appreciation Provide a Secure Environment Promote Openness Master / Slave

6  The stress response is the body’s way of protecting you.  The stress response also helps you rise to meet challenges.  But beyond a certain point, stress stops being helpful and starts causing major damage to your health, your mood, your productivity, your relationships, and your quality of life.

7 Emotional SymptomsCognitive Symptoms  Moodiness  Irritability or short temper  Agitation, inability to relax  Feeling overwhelmed  Sense of loneliness and isolation  Depression or general unhappiness  Memory problems  Inability to concentrate  Poor judgment  Seeing only the negative  Anxious or racing thoughts  Constant worrying

8 Physical Symptoms Behavioral Symptoms  Aches and pains  Diarrhea or constipation  Nausea, dizziness  Chest pain, rapid heartbeat  Loss of sex drive  Frequent colds  Headaches  Vision problems  Eating more or less  Sleeping too much or too little  Isolating yourself from others  Procrastinating or neglecting responsibilities  Using alcohol, cigarettes, or drugs to relax  Nervous habits (e.g. nail biting, pacing)

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10 Any activities and/or practices that you do on a regular basis to maintain and improve your health and well-being.

11 Balance is necessary!

12  Pain of any kind  Heart disease  Digestive problems  Sleep problems  Anxiety  High Blood pressure  Aggression  Anger  Depression  Obesity  Autoimmune diseases  Skin conditions, such as eczema  Infections  Stroke  Use or Increased use of alcohol and drugs

13 A condition of exhaustion, anger, rage, or guilt that results from unrelieved caring for a chronically ill dependent. Also known as care giver stress TAKE A LOOK AT YOUR STATISATICS HANDOUT

14  Exercise  Massage  Spa day  Call a friend  Lunch with a friend  Play a game  Self talk  Start a support group  Dance  Sing  Journal  Deep breathing  Meditate  Pray  Muscle relaxation  Rest/time out

15  Support systems (family, friends co-workers, neighbors, community and religious organizations/affiliations)  Enhanced quality of life (live longer, purposeful living with productivity)  Reduced mental health issues: (less mood swings, relaxed mind, less anxiety or guilt)  Better physical health ( more energy, reduced diseases/illness, stronger immune system, mental clarity  Self improvements(increased self awareness, higher self esteem/confidence, personal development and growth, self acceptance and approval )

16  Lavender  Peppermint  Mental imagery  Crying  Free counseling hotlines or centers  Self talk  Deep breathing  Muscle relaxation  Joke book (laugh)  Stay present  Online support groups  Deep Breathing  Watch a comedy movie  Take a walk  Relaxation techniques with Podcasts/music  Write positive affirmations on your mirror or post its  Chair yoga  Calming tea  Talk to someone positive/supportive

17 LISTEN Be Prepared…Do Your Homework Take Your Time Do Not Trivialize Pessimism Separate Worlds Let the Red Talk (not take over, but contribute) Get Involved Stick to a Schedule Disconnection Take Turns Actively Listen Praise Freely Establish and Use Written Guidelines Chaos Wait for the Yellow to Answer Actively Listen Focus on the Relationship Establish and Use Written Guidelines Care and Share To work better with others, YELLOW needs to _________

18 AARP Public Policy Institute, Valuing the Invaluable: The Economic Value of Family Caregiving, 2008 Update, November Family Caregiver Alliance National Family Caregivers (UB School of Social Work)

19        AARP Public Policy Institute, Valuing the Invaluable: The Economic Value of Family Caregiving, 2008 Update, November  Family Caregiver Alliance  National Family Caregivers  (UB School of Social Work)


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