Stress Is a Major Problem

Receive feedback and use the feedback to better cope with the situation.

Week Four: The stressed female should be able to better cope with the situation and would have developed coping strategies that will assist him in the future.

It is important that both men and women seek help for dealing with stress. However, they may have to seek help in different ways in accordance with their social and biological differences. A man may feel more comfortable talking to another man about a stressful situation, whereas a woman may be completely comfortable talking to more than one person and receiving feedback and emotional support to assist them in dealing with stress.

References

Day, Arla L, Livingstone, Holly a. (2003) Gender differences in perceptions of stressors and utilization of social support among university students. Canadian Journal of Behavioural Science. Retrieved June 2, 2008 from; http://findarticles.com/p/articles/mi_qa3717/is_200304/ai_n9225899/pg_4

Iwasaki, Yoshi, MacKay, Kelly, Mactavish, Jennifer. (2005) Gender-Based Analyses of Coping with Stress among Professional Managers: Leisure Coping and Non-Leisure Coping. Journal of Leisure Research. Retrieved June 2, 2008 from; http://findarticles.com/p/articles/mi_qa3702/is_200501/ai_n9520740/pg_2

Melville, Kate (2006) Big Gender Differences in Language Learning. Retrieved June 2, 2008 from;

Big Gender Differences In Language Learning

Nazario, Brunilda. Why Men and Women Handle Stress Differently. Retrieved June 2, 2008 from;

http://women.webmd.com/features/stress-women-men-cope

Successful men coping with stress by over-drinking,” 2008. Retrieved June 2, 2008 from;

http://www.financialexpress.com/news/Successful-men-coping-with-stress-by-overdrinking-survey/265167/

Annotated Webliography

Day, Arla L, Livingstone, Holly a. (2003) Gender differences in perceptions of stressors and utilization of social support among university students. Canadian Journal of Behavioural Science

http://findarticles.com/p/articles/mi_qa3717/is_200304/ai_n9225899/pg_4

This particular article disscusses the differences between men and women as it pertains to stress facotrs and how they cope with stress.

In addtion the research also explains why some of these dfferences exist. This article is rather informative a provide insight into the gender differences that are present as it pertains to men and women and perceptions of stress.

Iwasaki, Yoshi, MacKay, Kelly, Mactavish, Jennifer. (2005) Gender-Based Analyses of Coping with Stress among Professional Managers: Leisure Coping and Non-Leisure Coping. Journal of Leisure Research. Retrieved June 2, 2008 from;

http://findarticles.com/p/articles/mi_qa3702/is_200501/ai_n9520740/pg_2

This source fcocuses the foundations of stress as it pertains to males and females. It places particular emphasis on stress in the workplace. The aritcle goes into great detail concerning the manner in which men and women cope with stress.

Melville, Kate (2006) Big Gender Differences in Language Learning. Retrieved June 2, 2008 from;

Big Gender Differences In Language Learning

The article discusses the language differences discovered by Georgetown University Researchers as it pertains to girls and boys. The research found that male and female children use different parts of the brain to communicate. It is an informative article.

Nazario, Brunilda. Why Men and Women Handle Stress Differently. Retrieved June 2, 2008 from;

http://women.webmd.com/features/stress-women-men-cope

This is a brief article discussing the ways in which en and women handle stress. It focuses on the biological and social factors for the differences. It discusses both the facts and the myths as it pertains to the differences between the way that men and women handle stress.

Successful men coping with stress by over-drinking,” 2008. Retrieved June 2, 2008 from;

http://www.financialexpress.com/news/Successful-men-coping-with-stress-by-overdrinking-survey/265167/

This survey found that men who have stressful Jobs often turn to excessive drinking to deal with Stress. The men surveyed are doctors, lawyers and accountants..

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