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Every morning, as she prepares for her two-hour drive to work, Carole gets a headache,identify the stressor in this situation.

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    That's impossible from this little information.

    Does she dread the drive?
    Does she hate her job?
    Does she dislike her boss? A coworker?
    Maybe she drank too much the night before?
    Maybe she didn't get enough sleep?

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    maybe its the fact that its a TWO hour drive..... thatd stress me out if I had to do it daily

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