Managing Stress After A Disaster. Presented by Dr. Diane Sasser and Dr. Rebecca White, Family Development Extension Specialists, LSU AgCenter Developed by Kim Evans, Extension Agent. Family Stress Management.
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Presented by Dr. Diane Sasser and
Dr. Rebecca White, Family Development Extension Specialists, LSU AgCenter
Developed by Kim Evans, Extension Agent
Even strong families can be stressed to the point of crisis and thus be immobilized.
Participants will be able to:
disability, poverty, discrimination
Pain in neck, back, shoulder
Colds and Flu
Stomach ProblemsHealth Problems Related to Stress
C - Perceptions
Meaning attached to event
A - Event
X-Degree of Stress
Provoking event or stressor
Stress and crisis
B - Resources
Family’s resources or strengths
The human race has only one really effective weapon, and that's laughter. The moment it arises, all our harnesses yield, all our irritations slip away, and a sunny spirit takes their place. Mark Twain
Take care of yourself :
Energy we can release to compete in the marathon of life.
Within each of us is a hidden store of courage.
Courage to give us the strength to face any challenge.
Within each of us is a hidden store of determination. Determination to keep us in the race when all seems lost."