Πέμπτη, 16 Νοεμβρίου 2017

Psychology of Stress

Environmental mastery is the active engagement of the environment to mold it to meet one’s needs and wants. Healthy individuals recognize personal needs and desires and also feel capable of, and permitted to, take an active role in getting what they need from their environments.

-Purpose in life is the criterion that adults also endeavor for a direction in life, when the world offers none or provides unsavory alternatives. Healthy individuals see their daily lives as fulfilling a direction and purpose, and therefore they view their personal lives as meaningful.
-Last, personal growth is the ability and desire to seek to develop existing skills and talents, and to seek opportunities for personal development. In addition, healthy individuals are open to experience and have the capacity to identify challenges in a variety of circumstances.
-Self-acceptance is the criterion that adults must strive to feel good about themselves, while facing complex and sometimes unpleasant personal aspects. In addition, individuals accumulate a past and have the capacity to recall and remember themselves through time.
-Healthy individuals hold a positive attitudes toward themselves and accept all parts of themselves.
-Positive relations with others consist of the ability to cultivate warm, intimate relationships with others. It also includes the presence of satisfying social contacts and relations.
-Autonomy is the criterion that people also seek some degree of self-determination and personal authority, in a society that sometimes compels obedience and compliance.
-However, healthy individuals seek to understand their own values and ideals. In addition, healthy individuals see themselves guiding their own behavior and conduct from internalized
Oxington, Kimberly V.. Psychology of Stress, Nova Science Publishers, Inc., 2005. ProQuest Ebook Central, .
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