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(p. 143) Dealing with Real Problems: Time Management, Goal Setting, and Problem-Solving 

(p. 143) Dealing with Real Problems: Time Management, Goal Setting, and Problem-Solving
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(p. 143) Dealing with Real Problems: Time Management, Goal Setting, and Problem-Solving
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Richard E. Zinbarg

, Michelle G. Craske

, and David H. Barlow

DOI:
10.1093/med:psych/9780195300024.003.0013
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date: 07 July 2020

Chapter 13 describes problems such as overcommitment, and ineffective problem-solving skills. Common sources of realistic stressors that compoud anxiety problems are explored, including feeling overwhelmed, and the crises that everyone experiences from time to time. Techniques for coping with problems involving time management and goal-setting are presented.

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