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support an individual with mental health to identify situations and circumstances which trigger specific behavioural responses
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Weegy: Five Circumstances that tend to trigger stress: 1. Financial Problems ? This is the number one source of stress these days. You and your family are not be able to do what you want to due to lack of money. Debts are piling up. [ [ Credit Card payments, pending mortgage installments, rising costs of education, mounting expenditure on health concerns. Financial matters top the list of stressors.2. Workplace Stress ? Stress at workplace is another of the main causes of stress. You may be worried about your next promotion. You might be facing the negative or bullying behavior of your boss. You might not be reaching your well-deserved career goals; you might be worried due to office politics. You might be stressed about some major change that is taking place in the organization, or, you might be under stress because of the prospect of losing your job.3. Personal Relationships ? Studies of children, attitude of relatives, arguments with spouse or children, change of place due to requirements of your job, illness of a family member, moving in of parents or moving out of elder children are all main causes of stress. 4. Health ? Heart diseases, hypertension, problems with eye sight and sugar afflict many people becoming a major cause of life stress for them. Maintaining good health, reducing weight, increasing weight, being able to lead a healthy life-style: all of these and a few more are the main causes of stress due to health concerns. 5. Irritants - Besides the ones that I have mentioned above there are those annoyances and irritations that you encounter in your daily lives which go on to become biggest sources of stress for you. Problems in commuting to workplace, balance of work and family life, PTMs at children?s schools, workload, visit to doctor, not enough sleep, no time to relax, no time to discuss some nagging problems ? who is not aware of these stresses and strains of our lives? You fight with them every day. ] ]
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User: how to support an individual with a mental health problem to identify situations which may trigger specific behavioural responses





Weegy: If someone starts behaving in a way that suggests they may be suffering from a mental health problem, it's vital that you are sensitive to their situation. Many people with mental health problems find it useful to have someone to talk to openly, [ when they are ready to do so: being available to listen is often the best way to help. However, sometimes opening up to friends and relatives is very difficult. Some people find it easier to communicate with someone who's had a similar experience, or to a counsellor or therapist. If this is the case, then it is important to be supportive and as understanding as possible of this. Not all mental health problems result in someone becoming visibly distressed or in crisis. However, if you are worried about this you may want to discuss with your friend or relative, when they are feeling well, what to do if this happens. It is important to remember that while someone has experienced a mental health problem, they still have the right to react to situations and express emotions. Normal behaviour, such as being angry or upset, is not necessarily a sign of them feeling unwell. ]
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