The second interviewee has scored low that is 122 in the Holmes-Rahe Life Stress Inventory which has indicated that she has experienced low amount of life change and she less vulnerable to the health problems that are induced by stress. On the other hand in work life balance quiz she has scored 4 which has indicated that she is able to manage her work life balance but barely. This is because her daughter is only 1 years old and she has been experiencing major changes in health and lifestyle as well. Due to such condition she has been suffering from guilt as she could not make time for everything and spend little time with her family and become exhausted in work. I have suggested her to take proper diet and light physical activities in order to remain healthy and consume energy for work. I have told her to prepare a schedule for work and personal life to maintain balance. She has expressed her interest in my suggestions and has given positive feedback.
The third interviewee has scored 325 in the Holmes-Rahe Life Stress Inventory which has indicated that he has high risk of suffering from major health issues due to excessive stress according to the Holmes-Rahe prediction model. In the work life balance quiz the person has scored 2 only which has indicated that his life is out of balance and he needs to make appropriate changes in order to make equilibrium in work and personal life. The major reason for such situation is recent death of his wife. Thus he has experienced major life events which have impacted his life and both the physical and mental health. I have recommended him for psychotherapy to control mental distress which could help him to recover from the stress (Ryff 2014). He was not ready to accept my recommendation, however, after understanding the severity of the situation he has agreed with me.
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