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(1)Woods, Kathryn (1)Wu, Yi-Chen (Jenny) (1)Hide details Results 1–10 of 285 Previous 1 2 3 ... Next Relevance Title A-Z Title Z-A Newest First Oldest First Sort by: 1.Managing Your Distress in the Aftermath of a ShootingYou may be struggling to understand how a mass shooting could take place in a community, even a workplace or military base, and why such a terrible thing would happen.Web Article (December 2012)2.Tips for managing your distress related to the wildfiresEven if you are not directly affected by wildfires, you may experience a sense of distress or vulnerability by living close by or watching the destruction unfold in news reports. This can be especially true if you have family or friends who may be impacted by the disaster and you do not yet know about their safety and wellbeing.Web Article (August 2011)3.Managing traumatic stress: Recovering from explosionsSurvivors in the immediate vicinity of an explosion sometimes struggle to make sense of the destruction, loss and emotional distress, but many go on to live fulfilling lives.Web Article (July 2013)4.Manage flood-related distress by building resilienceReports of record-high water levels flooding communities or water breaking through sandbag barriers or dikes are enough to create stress and anxiety for anyone living or working nearby. The anticipation of destruction created by flooding can summon up feelings of worry, fear, anger and uncertainty.Web Article (April 2011)5.Manejando tú angustia después de los tiroteosQuizás estas luchando para comprender cómo un tiroteo pudo ocurrir en el ayuntamiento o en una universidad y por qué sucedió algo tan terrible.Web Article 6.Managing traumatic stress: After the hurricanesUnderstanding common responses to extreme events can help you to cope effectively with your feelings, thoughts and behaviors. Putting into practice some of the tips in this guide can help you along the path to managing the storm's aftermath and feeling better.Web Article (May 2011)7.Shared Trauma: Helping Clients Cope With National Events That Affect the TherapistJust like their clients, in the wake of a disaster, psychologists can experience unexpected emotions or reactions, fear and anxiety, fatigue, sadness, depression and intrusive imagery.Web Article 8.Coping with a Diagnosis of Chronic IllnessCope with the diagnosis of a chronic illness by seeking support, finding things you enjoy and setting short-term goals.Web Article (August 2013)9.Managing your stress in tough economic timesMoney is a significant cause of financial stress, according to the American Psychological Association’s 2010 Stress in America survey. APA Help Center's healthy strategies for stress management can help you deal with worries about money and the economy. Web Article (November 2010)10.Recovering emotionally from disaster Understanding the emotions and normal responses that follow a disaster or other traumatic event can help you cope with your feelings, thoughts and behaviors — and can help you on the path to recovery.Web Article (August 2013) Previous 1 2 3 ... Next Relevance Title A-Z Title Z-A Newest First Oldest First Sort by: ADVERTISEMENT Results 1–10 of 285 for "Web Article"X related to "Managing your distress about the..."