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Guide to Stress Levels

Life success depends on management of stress levels. High anxiety moves downstream, both at home and at work, in almost a contagious way. Conduct related to crisis is noted by others and evaluated in personal terms. Extraordinary negative reactions to stress such as bereavement is well understood and tolerated by others. However, minor aggravations are expected to be adapted to and managed. Time management, focusing and attention, organizational effectiveness demand adjustment to negative conditions. Technology, economic issues, relationships, work and family, other peoples’ etiquette, and one’s own expectations of oneself can cause stress to vary. Better methods of coping and management are highlighted along with strategies for prevention.

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