The Simpsons: Marge Gets Stressed Out

Marge is put under a lot of stress with all of her responsibilities, which include solving the problems of the rest of the family. She gradually is negatively affected by all the stress and ultimately reaches her tipping point, causing her to put herself and Maggie in danger. Her handling of the situation suggests she has poor stress management skills.

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  1. What are Marge's stressors?
  2. What may she do to channel that stress?

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Start Time Prompt Timing Length
00:15 What can you infer is happening right now? Timed 00:30
00:59 What is happening here, why is Marg making that face? Timed 01:30
02:18 Can any of you relate to what is happening in this car right now? What are some ways we can help ... Timed 02:00
03:54 Think about the statement I always make, what is it and why does it apply here? Timed 02:00

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