Resilience and Stress Management
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Differentiate between healthy and unhealthy stress
Recognize the physical, mental, and psychological effects of stress
Identify stressors related to the COVID-19 pandemic
Describe stress management techniques you can adopt or modify to help ensure that stress does not lead to health problems
Recognize the relationship between resilience and stress management
This lesson introduces you to the positive and negative aspects of stress, how stress can affect you, and ways to manage it while developing and strengthening your resilience.
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