Managing Stress: a Creative Journal
This journal allows students to identify common causes of stress in their lives and develop skills to manage them. Writing in this journal for a period of weeks or months, and then reading over the passages, will help students sort through personal, social, or even global issues. This journal is the perfect companion to any stress management course or workshop.
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Managing Stress: Principles and Strategies for Health and Wellbeing
Brian Luke Seaward
Limited preview - 2004
Abraham Maslow addiction affluenza American anger Anne Morrow Lindbergh archetype aware balance become begin behavior body body’s boundaries Carl Jung communication concept creative describe disease dream earth emotions energy eustress experiences explain expression Facebook faith fear friends give global warming happiness heal human spirit idea immune system influence inner resources inspiration intuition issues journal entries journal theme journal writing journey Jung labels left-brain let go life’s lives locus of control look mandala means mental Myss Native American negative one’s ourselves parents perhaps person Positive affirmation statements prayer problems Psychologist reflect Reinhold Neibuhr relationship relaxation rhythms Roger Navis Scott Peck self-esteem sense sexual shell significant someone stress management stressors sub-personalities suggests Susan Boyle symbols tattoos tend things trust unconscious mind values Vision Quest well-being words