Assignment: Daily Hassles Self-Assessment
Compare your total hassle score with the given relative hassle scores. How stressed are you in relation to your peers?
Stress seems to come so often and after it hits most are not really sure where to go after it happens. After taking the hassle test, I found that although I do not feel my stress level in average it seems that it is. My score was 100, which is right between very few stress and average. I am 25 you would think I would not really have much to stress about, but I do. I found that I stress a lot about school as a lot of college students do.
Select one event that had a high frequency of occurrence. What can you do to lessen the frequency of this event?
Although I had quite a few high stressful occurrences, I would have to say the one I stress more and more about would be job searching and money. I have been unemployed for 2 years and it seems like no matter what I do I can not find a job to save my life. I want nothing more to make things easier for my husband who is the money maker. I hate living pay check to pay check. I think that the only thing that could make this less stressful is actually getting a job to help out a little bit. I have been job searching at least 2 days a week for the past 2 months. I could stop being picky and just take what I can get but, I would love to get into the medical field. I have my STNA license and I was a home health aide, these are the jobs I love doing. I really need to start searching harder and more. When I do find a job I just know that my stress level will drop tremendously.
Select three different hassle events you have assigned a score of at least 2 (hassle event occurs occasionally). What biological, psychological, and social impacts do the three selected hassle events have on you when they occur? How can you reduce or eliminate stress caused by the events when they occur?
When doing this test I only have three events that have the score of a 2. The...
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