Dealing With Post Election Stress Disorder

Post Election Stress Disorder: that’s the unofficial name being given to the anxiety and depression currently being reported by therapists all across America. According to various mental health professionals, patients are streaming into their offices seeking relief from sleepless nights, chronic anxiety, fluctuating depression, anger, frustration, and fear. All of which, they feel, is either caused

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Four Components of Stress

FOUR COMPONENTS OF STRESSThe stress process includes four components that interact and influence each other:StressorsPhysical responsesPsychological responsesBehavioral responsesEach of these components plays a part in how we react to stress. For example, if you’re already in a bad mood, an upsetting event at work will be more likely to put you under stress than

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