Stress

Stress is the "wear and tear" our bodies experience as we adjust to our continually changing internal and external environment. Stress has physical and emotional effects on us and can create both negative and positive feelings.


DSA Resources

Overview: What is stress
Stress is the "wear and tear" our bodies experience as we adjust to our continually changing internal and external environment. Stress has physical and emotional effects on us and can create both negative and positive feelings. What Is The Stress Response?
Stress Management Symptom Checklist
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Stress Management Symptom Checklist (B&W, print-friendly)
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External Resources

About.com - Panic Disorders

Here's where you can start learning about anxiety disorders if you don't have a lot of knowledge about them...

About.com - Stress Management Search

Links to understanding stress, stress management, physiology of stress and many more stress related topice. Use the topics menu in the left hand column or enter a topic in the search box at the top right.

Center for Anxiety and Stress Treatment / Stress Release Health Enterprises

From the Center for Anxiety & Stress Treatment, the site includes checklists, stress busters and other resources for understanding and dealing with anxieties, stress, panic, etc.

Dynamic Optimism: An Extropian Cognitive-Emotional Virtue.

Online article describing 12 characteristics of Dynamic Optimism, which according to the author can be defined as a ... positive and empowering rational attitude toward our individual and collective possibilities.

www.helping.apa.org

From the American Psychological Association (APA), this resource includes practical advice for applied psychology in daily life.


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