Stress is a normal component of our everyday lives.
Stress is usually the result of frustration, anger, or anxiousness over a particular situation and is caused by something we feel we have no control over.
Stress is a very personal experience. What is stressful for one person may not be for another.
Work or Job Related Stress
A 2000 study titled Attitudes in the American Workplace revealed that 80% of workers experience job-related stress. Another study revealed that 65% of workers admitted stress affected their daily lives; 10% of them declaring it had major, lasting effects.
Family-related stress can be caused by a wide variety of things.
Dealing with a family member's terminal illness, the loss of a loved one, financial hardships and other stressors are all potential sources of stress for American families today.
Other stress factors include sibling rivalry among adults and minors, domestic violence and coping with a mental or physical impairment.
Teens often show distress through withdrawal, irritability, defiance, and poor school performance. Parents may wonder what happened to their happy child.
As with life, a certain amount of stress, particularly family stress, is unavoidable. But it doesn't have to wreck your entire family.
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