The answer is to build-up our coping resources
to be more resilient.
A study published today in the August, 2015 Archive of Women's Health, "provides further evidence that group prenatal care positively impacts the psychosocial well-being of women with greater stress or lower personal coping resources
While no differences were found in overall coping resources
and perceived stress, U.
These groups are to teach the elements of trauma, external and internal coping resources
, and ways to talk to others about it.
Religion and/or spirituality may lead to greater support, coping resources
, and examples of healthy behavior that men who are less religious or spiritual are not exposed to.
The results partially support the hypothesis that high feelings of belongingness are associated with high coping resources
It is reported that parenting stress and adaptation depend upon the type of disability, the family's coping resources
, and formal and informal supports in the community.
This study is essential to understanding the comprehensive general well-being, adjustment, and socioeconomic stressors as well as the coping resources
of the elderly Korean immigrant community.
To differentiate between coping resources
and responses, the former describes not what people do, but what is available to them for developing their coping skills (Pearlin and Schooler, 1978).
Despite the negative impact of caregiving on the lives of caregivers, caregivers' personal coping resources
such as their sense of coherence and reframing appear to reduce their perceived burden.
In addition, preventive coping resources
can affect the appraised desirability of taking a new job (McCarthy & Lambert, 1999).
In primary appraisal, the individual determines the implication of personal stake for their commitment, and in secondary appraisal, the individual evaluates the available coping resources
to deal with the demands.