Tag Archives: Coping with stress

Managing Stress

What is stress?  Stress is the common, nonspecific response to the demands and the wear and tear of whatever happens to a living being.  It is a generalized physiological and psychological reaction to anything that threatens a person’s survival. Traumatic … Continue reading

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Stress Happens

Seems that eveyone I have talked with lately is feeling totally overwhelmed. They call it stress. Some of it is just the normal stuff we all expect, but don’t necessarily like — kid with a runny nose, another vet bill … Continue reading

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Conflict, Family Crises, and Crisis Management

Stress is a reaction of the body to substantial or unusual demands – physical, environmental, or interpersonal. It often involves tension, irritability, high blood pressure, and depression. Stress can occur from positive and negative events and situations. Stress is a … Continue reading

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