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Keep Calm and Cope with Stress

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Ivy Kwok

on 11 February 2014

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Transcript of Keep Calm and Cope with Stress

Keep Calm and Cope with Stress
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Imagine...
Extroverts

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Active Coping Strategies
Introverts

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Passive Coping
Strategies
Field Work in
Kochi, Japan
(Tosajuku High School)
Coping Strategies for Extroverts
Confrontive Coping
Seeking Social Support
Planned Problem Solving
Positive Reappraisal
Confrontive Coping Strategy
Take risks to confront and change the situation
Social Support
Seek physical and emotional help from professionals.
Planned Problem Solving
Recognize and define the problem
Identify ways to solve it
Plan and implement steps
Positive Reappraisal
Focus on good things in life
Passive Coping Strategies for Introverts
Distancing
Self Control
Accept Responsibility
Escape/Avoidance
Distancing Strategy
Minimize importance of the situation
Accept Responsibility
Look to self for solution
Escape/Avoidance
Wishful thinking to avoid the problem
Thank you!
Self Controlling Strategy
Stay in control of feelings and actions
“No matter how much you stress or obsess about the past or future, you can't change either one. In the present is where your power lies.”

-Mandy Hale
Conclusion
For me...
Introvert
Accept responsibility
Self control
Heart disease
Cancer
Lung Ailments
Accidents
Cirrhosis of the liver
Suicide
Stressor is an agent, condition, or stimulus that causes stress.
Dating
Chronic Illness
Death
Divorce
Cyberbullying Research Center
10%-20% experience it regularly
160,000 miss school daily
can be deadly
Most common
stressor:
school


Most common coping strategy:
talking with friends
Stress can lead to:
Learning Stretch
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