Women process work stress differently from men, research shows

03/7/2013 | Wall Street Journal, The

One-third of workers report chronic stress related to their jobs, and women feel more stress than men do, according to an American Psychological Association study. Women have a "tend and befriend" response to stress that causes them to seek comfort from loved ones, while men have a "fight or flight" reaction, experts say.

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