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DAILY STRESS Mark A. D. Long, Ed.D. Health Promotion Program
Daily Stress n Every day stressors and hassels can be a source of distress for you!
Stress n Manage your stressors or the stress will find and manage you!
What does not work in dealing with stress! n Avoiding the stressors… n Worrying n Blowing up n Negative attitude n Self destructive actions
Learn all you can about what causes stress in your life, and what works for you in dealing with it. Dr. Arnold Lazarus Dr. Clifford Lazarus
Stress Problem Solving Strategies n Having a Plan! n Obtaining Social Support! n Using Effective Coping Skills n A Positive and Optimistic Attitude! n Learning from mistakes
Plan Ahead n Be prepared for the unexpected! n Manage the morning, afternoon, Monday, Friday, etc... craziness
Planning n How will you manage the am/pm rush hours? n How are you prepared for the daily crisis?
Commuting n Do you get frustrated and freak out? n Get tense and uptight? n Drive like a nut? n Enjoy the ride?
Relax n How do I stay calm and cool? n How do I chill out? n When do I use my relaxing skills?
Stress Tip n Slow deep breathing is probably the single best anti-stress medicine we have Dr. James Gordon Dr. James Gordon
Work Stress n Deadlines and pressures n Surprises n Interpersonal difficulties n Role and rank issues n Environmental stressors
How do I effectively cope with- n Unexpected tasks and duties? n Pressures? n Long hours? n Interpersonal difficulties?
Stress Busting Tip n Schedule daily R & R breaks in your life!
Home Stressors n Chores n Finances n Kids wanting attention n Discipline n Fun time n Other
Home Stress n How do I deal with my stressors at home?
Remember n Humor is lifes greatest lubricant Art Linkletter
Techno Stress n and computers n T.V. n Phone n Pagers n Others
Coping with Techno Stressors n Dealing with Information Overload? n Turn off daily n Tune out more often n Answer s, calls at set times
Love Relationships n Strained? n Stressed? n Distant? n Great?
Love Relationships n How do I plan for- n Fun? n Together time? n Intimacy? n Sharing?
Other Daily Stressors ? n How can I manage them? n (before they manage me?)
Remember n If you are not ready today, you will be even less ready tomorrow! Ovid Ovid
Stress Proof Your Life! As best you can!
Summary n Be Prepared! n Develop a stress busting plan that works for you! n You can control your responses to stressors!
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