6.Compare the effects of stress spillover and stress crossover on relationships, providing an example of each.
7.Brenda is having serious problems at workÑshe is having difficulty keeping up with the workload (she has to bring some of her work home), her co-workers are difficult to work with, and her boss is considering firing her because of poor sales. As a result, Brenda also has difficulty paying the bills at home, she feels even more irritable than normal when she sees her husband leave the toilet seat up, and she doesnÕt have much time to spend with him outside of work. Which of the concepts discussed in the chapter about the impact of stress on relationships best describes BrendaÕs situation? Explain your choice.
8.Tyler and Andrea recently bought a new home and are expecting their first child. Money is tight, and Tyler has been working 60 hours a week to cover the cost of the mortgage and to save for the babyÕs arrival. Often exhausted and stressed at the end of the day, Tyler has been more moody and argumentative than usual. Consequently, Andrea is becoming less satisfied in her relationship. Which of the concepts discussed in the chapter about the impact of stress on relationships best describes AndreaÕs situation? Explain your choice.