The first problem encountered in any attempt to deal with stress is defining exactly what it is. The difficulties commonly experienced arise:
partly from confusion in the use of language
partly from the fact that stress affects different people in different ways — the same stress factors can affect any one individual in a variety of ways under different circumstances.
Although stress is a major problem, it is not a recognised medical condition but rather:
an umbrella term for a diverse range of problems
caused by a variety of factors requiring an equally wide range of responses to tackle them.
There is the concept, employed by some writers and practitioners, of two kinds of stress:
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