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LAVC Psy 60 Discussion 5 The Physical Basis of Stress. Early warning signs of stress

LAVC Psy 60 Discussion 5 The Physical Basis of Stress. Early warning signs of stress
Order Description
Psychology 60: Stress Management
The required textbook is Coping with Stress in a Changing World by Richard Blonna, 4th Edition only. Orange cover. McGraw Hill. ISBN 978-0-07-302660-2
Discussion 5
The Physical Basis of Stress. Early warning signs of stress
Total 2 pages.
*Please do not use real names if you plan to use someone else in your discussion post.
Please remember to provide unique information/examples and not repeat what your classmates have posted.
Discussion expectations:
Read the chapters (Chapters 4, 5) read your fellow students’ class discussion posts, and participate fully in each class discussion.
You are strongly discouraged from writing brief posts that simply repeat what others have previously stated.
Quality/Content Discussion Grading Criteria:
Post(s) contains details, specifics, and show fully developed/meaning thoughts, ideas, and/or contributions vs. a vague/brief/general response that contains few
details or specifics.
Post(s) that responds completely to all of the question(s) and has followed all the instructions vs. responding to part of the question(s) or not following the
instructions.
Post(s) that make unique contributions and examples and express original ideas vs. repeating ideas, examples, ideas, or information from what other classmates have
previously posted.
Posts that are written using your own words vs. copying and pasting and/or rearranging information from other sources.*
Post(s) that are spell-checked, grammar-checked, proofread, contain paragraph breaks (if you use the wrong browser you will not see paragraph breaks properly), and are
use regular font type, black font color vs. contain spelling errors, typos, major grammar errors, unformatted paragraphs without breaks, or are written in colored
text.
Copying and pasting, or rearranging information from other sources without the use of quotations and proper source citation is considered plagiarism.
Discussion 5
The Physical Basis of Stress. Early warning signs of stress
Part 1 – Which one of the four questions below do you relate to the most and why as it relates to stress?
Provide a real life example of either you, or someone you know* to match one of the questions as it relates to stress.
Discuss a specific and detailed plan to cope with this issue.
The coping plan is very important and should be a positive and realistic plan, and should NOT be a past plan you have tried before.
This plan needs to be NEW and something you have not tried.
Specific and detailed means when, how often, and would include ways to fit this in with an already busy schedule.
1. When you notice a chronic problem like low back pain that is not due to overuse or an injury, do you find yourself saying something like, “It’s probably nothing. I
will just ignore it and it will go away” or something similar (and it doesn’t)?
2. Do you find yourself saying the following, or something similar, in response to feeling overwhelmed by stress? “I’ll cut back after next semester,” or “I’ll cut
back when I graduate and then only have to worry about work.”
3. Do you find yourself saying, “It can’t be stress, it must be something else,” when you experience common physical and emotional stress symptoms?
4. Do you tell yourself, “I’m too busy to do anything about my stress. I’ll take care of it when I have some time,” or something similar, when you feel worn out by
your stress?
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LAVC Psy 60 Discussion 5 The Physical Basis of Stress. Early warning signs of stress
Order Description
Psychology 60: Stress Management
The required textbook is Coping with Stress in a Changing World by Richard Blonna, 4th Edition only. Orange cover. McGraw Hill. ISBN 978-0-07-302660-2
Discussion 5
The Physical Basis of Stress. Early warning signs of stress
Total 2 pages.
*Please do not use real names if you plan to use someone else in your discussion post.
Please remember to provide unique information/examples and not repeat what your classmates have posted.
Discussion expectations:
Read the chapters (Chapters 4, 5) read your fellow students’ class discussion posts, and participate fully in each class discussion.
You are strongly discouraged from writing brief posts that simply repeat what others have previously stated.
Quality/Content Discussion Grading Criteria:
Post(s) contains details, specifics, and show fully developed/meaning thoughts, ideas, and/or contributions vs. a vague/brief/general response that contains few
details or specifics.
Post(s) that responds completely to all of the question(s) and has followed all the instructions vs. responding to part of the question(s) or not following the
instructions.
Post(s) that make unique contributions and examples and express original ideas vs. repeating ideas, examples, ideas, or information from what other classmates have
previously posted.
Posts that are written using your own words vs. copying and pasting and/or rearranging information from other sources.*
Post(s) that are spell-checked, grammar-checked, proofread, contain paragraph breaks (if you use the wrong browser you will not see paragraph breaks properly), and are
use regular font type, black font color vs. contain spelling errors, typos, major grammar errors, unformatted paragraphs without breaks, or are written in colored
text.
Copying and pasting, or rearranging information from other sources without the use of quotations and proper source citation is considered plagiarism.
Discussion 5
The Physical Basis of Stress. Early warning signs of stress
Part 1 – Which one of the four questions below do you relate to the most and why as it relates to stress?
Provide a real life example of either you, or someone you know* to match one of the questions as it relates to stress.
Discuss a specific and detailed plan to cope with this issue.
The coping plan is very important and should be a positive and realistic plan, and should NOT be a past plan you have tried before.
This plan needs to be NEW and something you have not tried.
Specific and detailed means when, how often, and would include ways to fit this in with an already busy schedule.
1. When you notice a chronic problem like low back pain that is not due to overuse or an injury, do you find yourself saying something like, “It’s probably nothing. I
will just ignore it and it will go away” or something similar (and it doesn’t)?
2. Do you find yourself saying the following, or something similar, in response to feeling overwhelmed by stress? “I’ll cut back after next semester,” or “I’ll cut
back when I graduate and then only have to worry about work.”
3. Do you find yourself saying, “It can’t be stress, it must be something else,” when you experience common physical and emotional stress symptoms?
4. Do you tell yourself, “I’m too busy to do anything about my stress. I’ll take care of it when I have some time,” or something similar, when you feel worn out by
your stress?
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