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__________ can keep you alert and sharpen your concentration.
What is a common strategy for coping with anxiety, depression, or suicide?
to seek support and guidance from those around you
In general, coping with stress includes __________.
positive coping skills
Mental health disorders are __________.
Those who chronically have difficulty dealing with others and establishing meaningful relationships most likely suffer from a personality disorder.
Illness is considered a behavioral stressor.
Talking with a trusted person about what stresses you is an example of what type of coping strategy?
both A and C
Which of the following statements relating to stress is FALSE?
Stress is always unhealthy and should be avoided.
Lashing out at others is a healthy way of coping with stress.
The signs of cognitive (mental) stress include all of the following EXCEPT:
Which of these statements describes experiences or feelings related to anxiety?
all of the above
Periods of depression that do not affect our daily lives are called adjustment disorders.
Smoking, drinking, or using drugs are all considered to be negative ways of coping with stress.
Symptoms of excessive stress include all of the following EXCEPT:
increased energy level
If you suspect someone you know may attempt suicide, you should __________.
help them talk through their issues
Keeping a journal is not an effective way of keeping stress under control.
Which of the following is NOT true?
Suicide only has consequences for the person who attempts suicide.
Hypnosis is sometimes used to treat anxiety disorders.
An environmental factor that contributes to mental illness is __________.
Daily hassles that may induce stress include all of the following EXCEPT:
If you or someone you know may have a mental disorder, it's important to discuss this concern with a trusted adult.
The value of group therapy for the treatment of mental health disorders is that an individual can __________.
find comfort in talking with people that have similar experiences
Which of the following is NOT an important component of planning ahead?
constructing an inflexible plan
Emotional signs of stress include aches and nausea.
How does therapy help in the treatment of depression?
changes negative thinking patterns
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