How an individual perceives stress, how that person adapts to stress, and how the local (and global environment)...
How an individual perceives stress, how that person adapts to stress, and how the local (and global environment) shapes that person to stress will determine the attitude of a person to stress. Most importantly, what is stress?
For example, if you have parents who trains you (direct and indirect training) to be light-hearted to tough situations, and helps you to learn the ability to find solutions to problems, even the toughest of stressful environment will become resolvable. I believe this graph is confined to one dimension, as with some of other behavioral studies shared by wef, and many others in the literature.
Originally shared in iPerspective
Originally shared by Dr. Farzana Rashid Hossain, MD
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