It is very important as such a person can be more creative and customers with positive state of mind are more likely to use the specific product or recommend it to others. On the other hand, we have to also deal with negative emotions, such as sadness or anger. Workplace interaction between individuals can cause very unpleasant environment. Those who cannot manage their negative emotions can easily create conflicts. But it can also trigger burst of positive energy as an anger to another person/company can increase productivity and this kind of person will work more to be more successful than his competitors.
So, in order to avoid anger and violent actions in school teachers can be given training about anger management. Even teachers should know anger management as they are the role models for students. A happy environment should be created to make the students happy and to reduce anger. Extra activities can be planned as studying more can make children aggressive. Stress and work overload at work make employees angry.
Pressures which the workers perceive as acceptable may even keep them alert, enthusiastic, motivated, able to work and learn, keeping in view the available resources and personal characteristics. However, when that pressure becomes excessive and unmanageable it leads to stress. Stress: The wider the term ‘stress’ is used, the more elusive becomes its
Even though Stress has a lot of negative effects on my body but they are also positive effects such as stress helps me to accomplish tasks more efficiently. It even boost memory, it helps with the vital warning system, producing the fight-or-flight response. When the brain perceives some kind of stress, it starts flooding the body with chemicals like epinephrine, norepinephrine and cortisol. This creates a variety of reactions such as an increase in blood pressure and heart rate. Plus, the senses suddenly have a laser-like focus so that I can avoid physically stressful
This shows that every individual perceives stress differently. We get stressed when we start worrying either about the future or the past. All situations cannot be controlled but, we have the capability to control how we feel and respond to such situations. Factors causing stress Any factor that causes stress is called as a stressor. Stressors can be classified as: 1.
It is mean, stress will occur when there is any adjustment you have to make in your life such as work overload or a nagging boss, computer problems or time deadlines, downsizing and mergers, accelerating rates of change and world event. Stress is cause by stressor. Stressor is a potentially harmful or threatening external event or situation. There are two type of stressor:- 1) Eustress 2) Distress Eustress is the good stress that motivates you to continue working. Stress can be a motivator and provide incentive to get the job done.
If parents are contented then the kids are happy, because the children look up to their parents. A good communication skill between parents and children can increase the understandings. However, not every divorce end up well, it depends on the situation of every person in the family. Divorce can be unconstructive causing problems like children losing their self-esteem, not being able to believe anyone, parent favoritism and financial aid for college. Children tend to lose their self-esteem because of they have less contact with their parents.
Oftentimes schools become a breeding ground for germs. Diseases get transferred from one student to the next. Your homeschool students won 't be exposed to this as much as other children. Increased amount of time spent together. This is a fairly obvious point but the opportunities for bonding are increased because you will be spending more time with your children.
(McLeod, 2008) Parents can help to solve their problem by clearing their doubts by discussing the sex difference. They also can discuss the individual relationship they have among the family as parents and kids. By doing this parents can determine their emotions and help them to be independent in the future. 4 Adolescence & Learning /0765 Zulfa Jaleel /
Several studies has been done on cooperative learning and it has been said that cooperative learning results in effective learning method where students are encouraged to learn actively, develop critical thinking and develop their learning from rote learning to effective learning. One very important aspect to look while we talk about cooperate learning, for that Hootstein says, “Teachers, in an attempt to provide for students’ needs for affiliation, autonomy, and physical activity, may also use cooperative learning strategies for students’ needs to be social.” (Hootstein, 1994) According to Slavin, cooperative learning develops high-order thinking skills, enhances motivation and improves interpersonal relations (slavin, 1985). Such group format encourages students to become active participants rather than passive recipient of information (Emmer & Evertson, 2009). All the students do not have the same ability in understanding the concept or the activity they are assigned with. Some students will take time to understand the concept whereas some students when the tasks are assigned they complete it within no time.