Although there have been several studies on job stress within the Malaysian perspective (see, Manshor, 2000; Kuan, 1994; Bat, 1995; Aun, 1998; Yahya, 1998, Nasurdin and Ramayah, 2005), studies on the level of stress among entrepreneurs in Malaysia and coping mechanisms
for dealing with are lacking.
Several hypotheses have been proposed to explain these correlations, most notably that spirituality' and religiousness serve as protective resources against contracting disease and as coping mechanisms
when people are ill (Powell, Shahabi, & Thoresen, 2003).
Of the 22 physicians with abnormal scores in the ORQ domain, 16 had abnormal scores only in this domain, indicating abnormal stress, but not psychological strain or poor coping mechanisms
Arkin maintains that materialism is a poor coping mechanism
What are your coping mechanisms
for dealing with it?
The studies found that various factors, such as the use of alcohol as a coping mechanism
, antisocial behavior, and the presence of post-traumatic stress disorder, may mediate the relationship between childhood abuse and neglect and adult alcohol abuse.
These people show staff how to use humor as a coping mechanism
, and they do it very well.
This module discusses the relationship between the three core personality characteristics that predispose a person to chemical dependence and the types of life situations that "trigger" predisposed people to chemical use as a maladaptive coping mechanism
, and also examines eligibility determination, service planning, and service provision.
IT'S A COPING MECHANISM
IT'S an understandable concern - especially if a teenager's cutting themselves.
Existing coping mechanism
against floods at the local level have been strengthened.
But the researcher believes participants suffering from a mental health disorder are using gaming as a coping mechanism
, rather than it being the cause, News.
Zoe said: "My dad's coping mechanism
is to find somebody to blame and he has been on the phone to Health and Safety and the British Parachute Association.