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by Richard Blonna


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Stress doesn't just happen. It is a dynamic process involving you, a potential stressor, and a specific environment and set of circumstances. Coping with Stress in a Changing World will teach you how to manage all three elements of this process. The book uses the very practical, easy-to-learn Five Rs of Coping Model to help you become more stress resistant. The Five RsRethink, Reduce, Relax, Release, and Reorganizewill empower you with a variety of strategies across five different levels of coping. Manage stressors with each strategy or in combination.

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Items related to Coping With Stress in a Changing World. Richard Blonna Coping With Stress in a Changing World. ISBN 13: 9780815104674. Designed as a primary textbook for stress management courses taught within departments of psychology, health education, nursing and business, the book begins with a historical overview of the field of stress and examines stress in the context of the dimensions of wellness. The second part of the book introduces a framework for coping called The Four Rs: rethink, reduce, relax, and release. The last part of the book examines stress throughout the life cycle.

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Richard Blonna is Associate Professor in the Community Health Department at William Paterson University. He has written seveal other books in addition to Coping with Stess in a Changing World. In addition to his E. in Health Education from Temple University, he has received an . in Education from Seton Hall University and a . in Psychology from William Paterson College. He is a Certified Health Education Specialist.

Designed as a primary textbook for stress management courses taught within departments of psychology, health education, nursing and business, the book begins with a historical overview of the field of stress and examines stress in the context of the dimensions of wellness. The second part of the book introduces a framework for coping called The Four Rs: rethink, reduce, relax, and release. The last part of the book examines stress throughout the life cycle.
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The book Coping with Stress in a Changing World by Richard Blonna was required reading for a college class on Stress Management I recently took. I have read many, many books on stress management and related topics over the years, so I was quite curious what this book would contain.

The book is fairly large format - 8.5" x nearly 11" - and it's three color - black, white, and rose. I.e. it's not a full color textbook. Even so, they are charging the high price that one associates with a dense, colored textbook - while providing information I find in just about every stress book I read. Certainly the information is *good* - but I'm not sure it's good enough to cost ten times the price of similar books.

The book begins with a background on what stress is about, and different research views on the causes and pathways of stress. It goes into issues of stress in the workplace, including ergonomic issues and noise. It talks about the nervous system, how stress affects the immune system, and why managing stress is so important. Then it launches into a few sections on practical tips for handling stress. How to be mindful. How to manage time. How to meditate.

Absolutely I do feel that all of these are important. I'm a strong proponent of learning to handle life gently and to be aware of one's limitations. Again, though, I read this same information in countless other books. I'm not sure I'm finding why this book costs so much more - except that they "can" because college students are being required to purchase it. I just don't find that to be a valuable argument.

I wish professors would look at the wealth of other options out there, and choose from them. Heck, they could have their students get a top-level book on meditation, one on mindfulness, and one on stress, and still save the students quite a lot of money. And the students would end up with a trio of books which served them far better throughout their life.

I purchased this book with my own funds in order to take a college course.
Gardall
Missing 10 pages,
HyderCraft
Ok book for class.
cyrexoff
It was exactly what the ad said it would be with all pages intact, which was the most important feature. It also arrived very quickly. Happy with my purchase.
Taur
I have found this book to be incredibly informative. A lot of personal assessment involved. Very eye opening. I understand why my Professor makes this a requirement.
Yannara
Just what I needed, just a bit of water damage.
Arar
In good condition except some pages were ripped.
This book was full of relevant information. My daughter borrowed it because I couldn't stop talking about what I learned.
Coping With Stress in a Changing World ebook
Author:
Richard Blonna
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William C Brown Pub; Pap/Cas edition (January 1, 1996)
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