life events

life e·vents

(līf ĕ-vents'),
Occurrences in one's daily life, some of which act as stressors.

life e·vents

(līf ĕ-vents')
Occurrences in one's daily life, some of which act as stressors.
References in classic literature ?
There are in life events, contacts, glimpses, that seem brutally to bring all the past to a close.
7, 2019 (HealthDay News) -- Middle-aged women, but not men, with a greater number of recent stressful life events have memory decline later in life, according to a study published in the July issue of the International Journal of Geriatric Psychiatry.
In all, researchers found that 1,797 patients either had stress-related disorders or had undergone stressful life events. Patients with either a stress-related disorder or a stressful life event were 33 per cent more likely to die of the disease.
Despite having a full-time job, Andre Rhodes, from Cannock, has spent the past 10 years volunteering at Race for Life events across the Midlands with her husband Bryan and their small army of family helpers.
When asked what Race for Life events mean to them, Jess explained: "I Race for Life for those who sadly lost their battle, for those still fighting now and for survivors like me who were lucky enough to beat it!
When asked what Race for Life events mean to them, Emily explained: "One step closer to finding a cure for cancer and keeping loved ones together for longer."
Lisa Adams, Cancer Research UK's spokeswoman in Scotland, said: "Our Race for Life events are fun, colourful, emotional and uplifting.
CANCER Research UK is inviting men, women and children of all ages to take part in Race For Life events this summer, with events on Sunday, June 9, and the weekend of July 13.
Lisa Adams, Cancer Research UK's spokeswoman in Scotland, said:"Our Race for Life events are fun, colourful, emotional and uplifting.
The seminal work of Holmes and Rahe (1967) introduced the checklist approach to the measurement of stressful life events. Despite early criticism of this approach (e.g., Brown, 1974, 1989; Gorman, 1993), subsequent research has revealed that such checklists provide a measurement of life stress comparable to that afforded by more extensive interview assessments (e.g., e.g., Lewinsohn, Rohde, & Gau, 2003; Wagner, Abela, & Brozina, 2006).
Some are related to life events -- like a wedding, childbirth or even death -- and those are non-negotiable for their importance to us or our family.