I only s-q-u-e-a-k-e-d my way through statistics in college, but I’ve come to have a fun appreciation for data and data visualization in my work over the years, no doubt because there are so many cool ways to collect and represent data these days. So I’m going to grab this opportunity to grab some information from readers along the way as well as report back curious findings in curious ways. Archives of previous polls are right here.
BSP Survey #3: Do We Conquer, Cope With, or Cave In to Stress?
I have never met an adult who did not know stress. We’ve heard of the Five Great Stressors: marriage, divorce, moving, change in employment, death of a loved one.
Those life-changing extremes aside, we feel stress to varying degrees with deadlines, responsibilities, illness, obligation, money flow. And our capacity to respond to stress is fundamentally important to our health and happiness.
A number of badge tasks look at the stressors–and our responses to them–that can impact our health. So this 10-question survey, for men and women, seeks to gather some information on that.
The survey is entirely anonymous, but I will certainly include some of the verbatim answers when I report the results a few months from now.
Thanks so much for taking a few minutes to give me some important input on this topic! Click on this hyperlink to take the survey in a pop-up window:
Archives of closed BSP polls are here.
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