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Stress and Mental HealthPsychiatric Nursing: Contemporary Practice

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________ focused coping occurs when a person changes the meaning of a stressful situation, like realizing you're husband said he was working late tonight when he's not home at the normal time during a storm and you'd been fearing he was in an accident.
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Emotion
In _______ coping, a person attacks the source of stress by eliminating it or changing its effects.
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Problem focused
In ______ coping, the person reinterprets the situation, reducing the stress and the need for additional coping without changing the actual person-environment relationship.
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Emotion focused
_________ happens after coping and provides feedback about the outcomes and allows for continual adjustment to new information.
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Reappraisal
________ is an emotion that means A demeaning offense against me and mine.
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Anger
________ is an emotion that means a person is facing an uncertain, existential threat.
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Anxiety
________ is an emotion that means a person is facing an immediate, concrete and overwhelming physical danger.
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Fright
_______ is an emotion that relates a person has transgressed a moral imperative.
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Guilt
_______ is an emotion that means a person has failed to live up to an ego ideal.
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Shame
_______ is an expression of having experienced irrevocable loss.
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Sadness
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________ is the emotion that means a person is making progress towards the realization of a goal.
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Happiness
_______ is the emotion that means a distressing goal-congurent condition has changed for the better or gone away.
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Relief
________ is a person's capacity to survive and flourish. It affects health, psychological well-being and social functioning.
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Adaptation
What is essential to analyzing personal meaning to a stressor?
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Understanding a person's emptional response to an outcome
__________ is the performance of daily activities within the context of interpersonal relationsh and family and community roles, which can be impaired during stressfil episodes.
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Social functioning
What are the overall goals for a person experiencing acute stress responses?
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Change the stressful person-environment situation, reduce the stress response, and develop positive coping skills.
When can a diagnosis of adjustment disorder be made?
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When there are significant emotional/behavioral symptoms in response to an identifiable stressful situation with no hx of psychiatric disorder or with a psychiatric disorder that doesn't account for the symptoms.
How can stress impact psychiatric disorders?
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It can make psych symptoms spontaneously reappear even when no alteration has occurred in the patient's medication.
Why is it important to analyze a person's use of alcohol, tobacco, marijuana and any other addictive substances?
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Determining the role these substances have in overall stress reduction or management can help determine the impact they have on stress behaviors.
How is stress commonly manifested?
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As nutritional or activity changes.
How is a psychological evaluation different for a patient being evaluated for stress?
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It doesn't ordinarily include the MSE. It focuses on the person's emotions and the severity and the person's coping strategies.
  
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