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What's Your Signature Stress Style?

When in a meeting and tensions among team members are running high, my usual response would be:
Once again, I told them clearly about what we should do; they’re just oblivious.
I'm uncomfortable and want everyone on the team to get along. It's not that hard.
I don’t like to be bothered by other’s concerns too much, I have my own work to do.
I zone out when tensions around me get high and avoid getting in the mix. What's the point?
We’re all in this together and conflict can be healthy.
My common response to being in the middle of a stressful situation is:
I get hot under the collar really fast, and need to let others know it.
It's difficult for me to admit that I’m irritated or stressed; I often feel resentful.
Others overwhelm me with their emotionality; I'm keeping a safe distance.
It's confusing for me to know what to do in stressful situations, so I often do nothing.
I can easily identify my moods/feelings, and confidently handle uncomfortable situations.
Stress usually affects my body in the following way:
When stress is high, my patience is low, and I'm ready to fight.
I'm skilled at hiding my anxiety and irritation because others will be disappointed in me.
In stressful times, I find myself looking for things to ease my discomfort: drinking, eating, working out, Netflix.
I often feel panicky and stuck about what to do, and try to give myself some distance.
I'm keenly aware of my body's responses to stress and use tools to re-center myself.
This is the most similar thought to the ones that run through my head in a stress-filled moment:
Ugh! Why people don’t take more accountability for themselves?!!
I'm trying to help others out, I don't understand why they don't accept more support from me.
I've really got to get out of here. Please don’t bother me with your crap.
Look, I don't know what the right answer is or that I need to get involved.
Whoa, this is stress-inducing thought and if I pause I can shift it.
This statement best describes me when I'm feeling stressed:
They aren’t listening to me again; they don’t understand me.
I feel unsettled and distracted when others are upset; I want to help fix it.
This should NOT be this way. Why do I have to deal with this mess?
When I remain conscientious and focused (sometimes overly so), it helps me avoid shutting down.
Challenges, even failure, fuel me and give me a chance to grow and learn.
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