Discuss your stressor’s that are current in your life?

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You are expected to submit College level work. This includes correct spelling and grammar. Follow the guidelines below and double check all of your papers for word count, spelling and grammar. All papers should be typed and double spaced.
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Reflective writings should be well thought out and contain a minimum of 700 words per entry. View the rubric for expectations before submitting your paper.
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This is a “Dear Diary” to yourself. There are no right or wrong answers and I do not comment on any of your thoughts regarding the journals. The questions are just starting thoughts; you may expand on any entries. Do not copy and paste work from the Internet. See the grading rubric for more information. This is a great way for you to reflect on your thoughts.
Reflective Writing / # 1
“Your life is up to you. Spirit provides the canvas: you do the painting. There are three kinds of people: those who make things happen; those who watch what happens; and those who wonder what happened. Take charge of your life—or someone else will.”
Now that you have read Chapters 1/2/4. How do you feel about your life? Discuss some rewards that are meaningful to you. List the positive aspects of your life. What would you like to change? What keeps you from changing? What are your goals for your life and how do you plan to accomplish them?
Make notes on your personal wellness components. How’s your mental, physical, emotional, intellectual and spiritual health? Discuss your stressor’s that are current in your life? What techniques are you using to manage them? Are you getting enough sleep? In your life, how do you see these chapters relating to each other?
book-Connect Core Concepts in Health, BRIEF, BOUND EditionPaul M. Inselchp1]Taking Charge of Your Health2]stress3]sleep
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