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Personalized Stress Management
A Manual for Everyday Life and Work
by Joseph L. Gill, MS


TABLE OF CONTENTS

PREFACE

PART I UNDERSTANDING STRESS

CHAPTER 1. ABOUT STRESS
  •  What Is Stress?
  •  Stress Appraisal
  •  Stress And Change
  •  Conflict and Frustration
CHAPTER 2. KINDS OF STRESS
  • Kinds Of Stress
  • Auxiliary Stress
  • Socially structured inequities
  • Devalued social status,
  • Poverty and stress
  • Disease of poverty
CHAPTER 3. PHYSIOLOGICAL AND PSYCHOLOGICAL PROPERTIES OF STRESS
  • Anatomy of Stress
  • Analogy of the Human Stress Response
  • Learned Habits of Stress ® Internalizers and Externalizers
  •  Behavior and Stress, Type A and Type B

PART II: STRESS COPING METHODS

CHAPTER 4. COPING WITH STRESS COGNITIVELY and EMOTIONALLY
  • Ego defense Mechanisms
  • Negative Coping Habits
  • Modifying Perceptions
  • Central Focus Adjustments
  • Organization and Time Management
  • Becoming More Assertive
  • Emotional Management Anger and fear Crying, laughter, and humor
CHAPTER 5. COPING WITH STRESS ACTIVELY AND PHYSICALLY
  • Physical Exercises Stress indicators Exercises for stress indicators Illustrations: Exercises for stress indicators Physical fitness
  • Relaxation training Jacobson method: Progressive relaxation
  • Complete breathing exercise
  • Biofeedback training
  • Guided imagery
  • Audio relaxation tapes and CDs
  • General methods of relaxation
CHAPTER 6. COPING WITH STRESS MENTALLY AND SPIRITUALLY
  • Spirituality
  • Back to Nature
  • Meditation
  • Deep Relaxation
  • Hypnosis
  • Autogenic training (self-hypnosis)
  • Social Systems and Support Groups
CHAPTER 7. STRESS AND NUTRITION
  • Nutrition and Diet
  • Trans fats Stress eating
  • Calorie intake Healthy eating

PART III: PROGRAM DESIGN

CHAPTER 8: PSM PROGRAM DESIGN
  • Design Schematic View
  • Mental Conditioning Instructions:
  • Mental conditioning through self-suggestion
  • Time & Stress Management Surveys I and II
  • Time & Stress Management Surveys I and II Results
CHAPTER 9: PRIVACY:
(a) Sleep (b) Rest and Relaxation c) Exercise Goal Assessment, Decision Planning, Plan Implementation, Evaluation:
CHAPTER 10: HOME:
(a) W/ Spouse and/or Lover (b) Others in the Home (c) Doing Household Chores Goal Assessment, Decision Planning, Plan Implementation, Evaluation:
CHAPTER 11: CAREER/CAREER PURSUITS
Goal Assessment, Decision Planning, Plan Implementation, Evaluation:
CHAPTER 12: SOCIAL INTERACTING
Goal Assessment, Decision Planning, Plan Implementation, Evaluation:
CHAPTER 13: MISCELLANEOUS TIME

Goal Assessment, Decision Planning, Plan Implementation, Evaluation:
CONCLUSION BIBLIOGRAPHY


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