Psychologists distinguish between the outer pressure or event that causes stress


Psychologists distinguish between the outer pressure or event that causes stress and its inner impact on individuals; stressors are external events that cause internal stress responses, and distress, the psychological and emotional reaction.
Traumatic events, chronic lifestyle conditions, major life changes, and even minor hassles can all cause a stress response. Discuss the stress you have in your life and report the events and your reactions to those stressors and your coping mechanisms.


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