coping resources

coping resources

the characteristics of a person, group, or environment that are helpful in assisting individuals in adapting to stress.
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13) Resource appraisal becomes an even higher priority in vulnerable settings where (perceived) lack of coping resources and adequate behavioural and social responses may exacerbate psychosocial concerns.
Positive events, such as getting a new job or buying a home, can also generate stress, but it is usually the negative events in your life that put prolonged, excessive demands on your coping resources and cause you to feel lasting stress.
Luckily, we know that most children and their families are able to exercise resilience and cope effectively with traumatic experiences, especially when they have access to age-appropriate education, coping resources, and social support during and beyond the stressful event.
Evans-Polce said the evidence showed that vulnerable groups with few coping resources would benefit from anti-smoking programs that did not stigmatise smoking but focus instead on the benefits of giving up.
Large-scale tragedies weave themselves throughout the fabric of human experience, and often the level of emotional and somatic suffering experienced by trauma survivors far exceeds their coping resources.
The relationship between job stressors, hardy personality, coping resources and burnout in a sample ofnurses: A correlational study at two time points.
Comfort and coping resources are provided to the family for up to 13 months following the death of their loved one.
Although spirituality has been shown to positively influence health outcomes, continuous declines in physical function and emotional dysregulation may possibly foster poor relationships with God, especially for some adults with HIV who exhaust their coping resources as it becomes more difficult to maintain hope over time (Trevino et al.
Many studies have shown that women are less vulnerable to depression than men in widowhood, probably because they have greater coping resources and are better able to express their emotions.
Stress, religious coping resources, and depressive symptoms in an urban adolescent sample.
To summarize, this study will test the successive incremental impact of financial and then problem-focused coping resources on positive reemployment expectations beyond the controlled-for demographic variables.