Stress is a feeling of emotional or physical tension. It can come from any event or thought that makes you feel frustrated, angry, or nervous. Stress is your body’s reaction to a challenge or demand. In short bursts, stress can be positive, such as when it helps you avoid danger or meet a deadline.

Youth Coping Responses Inventory (YCRI)

1.    Returned to doing things with friends 2.    Tried to relax or calm down 3.    Spent time with family 4.    Tried to see the good side 5.    Yelled‚ screamed‚ or got angry 6.    Stayed by myself 7.    Returned to doing things with family 8.    Watched TV‚ played on the computer‚ or read 9.    Prayed 10. Spent time with friends 11. Blamed someone else 12. Kept quiet about …

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Workplace Stressors Assessment Questionnaire (WSAQ)

Demands ·         The number of meetings I must attend interferes with my ability to get the job done. ·         The demands of work negatively affect my personal relationships outside of work. ·         It is difficult to unwind at home due to my preoccupations with my job. ·         I have to do more work than I can do well. ·         I …

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Stressors of Clergy Children and Couples scale (SOCC-C)

1.    The death of a close relative 2.    The time our family spends praying/reading the Bible together 3.    The parents in our family fight 4.    One parent in our family is gone a lot on weekends and on evenings when the children and other parent are home 5.    Lack of privacy for our family 6.    Now our town/neighborhood think ministers’ families …

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Stressful Life Events Screening Questionnaire—Revised (SLESQ-R)

1. Have you ever had a life-threatening illness? No _____ Yes _____ If yes‚ at what age? __________ Duration of Illness _______________________ Describe specific illness ___________________________________________________ 2. Were you ever in a life-threatening accident? No _____ Yes _____ If yes‚ at what age? _________ Describe accident____________________________________________________________ Did anyone die? ____ Who? (Relationship to you)__________________________ What …

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Stress Inventory

1. Try to imagine that you overhear two people whom you know very well talking about someone. After a while they say something that makesyou realize that they are talking about you because what they say fits pretty closely with how you think other people see you. Which of the following statements is closest to the …

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