Moral perspective on stress is a framework inherited before the United States Protest Convention. Moral point of view fits our protagonists' moral policy and allows civilization to build, grow and flourish. Like all the frames we use to view and work in the world, there are pros and cons to our traditional views.
Moral point of view of stress has strong right / wrong things. It lessens us in suppressing stress. Will, significant for the twentieth century concept, was the main in moral perspective. Much of our stress processes were and are still included in developing and utilizing strong will. We want to drive and discipline and in this process we ignore emotions and feelings that could otherwise affect ambition, commitment and goals. In the process of dealing with the construction of our modern infrastructure, if many stresses were underway, physical activity in the nerves resounded with the dissatisfaction of our industrial lifestyle. These qualities contributed to the design and construction of our industrial and technological civilizations.
The downside for damaging a person to endure stress awareness or management is to eliminate valuable red flags that may arise as an early warning system, we leave managers to diagnose disease or abuse in society and we make it an explosive blind side that and letting go of this process we know now could be a good and manageable employee.
I've seen administrators shame on their employees to "get work" and sometimes tell you to stay still and go back to work "stop whining" I do not have time to hear you cry, and the like. In emotionally identified organizations, and especially at the main job stress example is the high pressure market, this is equivalent to the hamstring of your own activities. For example, many people The destinations of tourist towns run short of staff in the season. There is no point in harming everyone in conditions where the rate is guaranteed to burn out during exercise. For me, as we have always done it do not count it be intelligent business or management.