Dealing with Stress
Are you or a family member dealing with stress?
Stress can affect every part of your life — if you let it!
These resources are here to help.
Regulating your emotions and getting exercise can help lower your stress.
Online workshop series to help understand your own stresses and tools to return them to a more manageable level. For those in agriculture or anyone experiencing stress.
Quick guide reviews types of stress, sources of stress, and tips for managing stress.
How to take care of yourself; know when to seek help.
Identify your support system to help get you through a crisis.
Fact sheets that cover getting help, making financial decisions with less, dealing with stress, figuring out how to do more with less, and children and tough times.
Emotions tend to be strong after a disaster. Know that this is normal.
Successful social decisions bring people closer together and improve future communication.
Reviews the interacting factors in family stress and the effects of stress on parents.
Speak carefully and listen attentively.
How to cope with change and possibly see change as an opportunity.
Online workshops help you identify and battle the stress. For those in agriculture or anyone experiencing stress.
Other Recommended Resources
Health and Nutrition — Online resources and classes for families, promotion of healthy school environments, and ocntinuing education for professionals.
Understanding Stress — HELPGUIDE.ORG — Provides an overview of stress including signs, symptoms, causes, and effects.
The Road to Resilience — APA Help Center, American Psychological Association — Online brochure that describes resilience and some factors that affect how people deal with hardship.
American Institute of Stress — Answers frequently asked questions about stress to help transform stress so you are more productive and less self-destructive.