life events

life e·vents

(līf ĕ-vents'),
Occurrences in one's daily life, some of which act as stressors.

life e·vents

(līf ĕ-vents')
Occurrences in one's daily life, some of which act as stressors.
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There are in life events, contacts, glimpses, that seem brutally to bring all the past to a close.
In the second, researchers have applied the recovery model (Needles & Abramson, 1990) to study the effect of positive life events and the cognitive protective factors that increase hopefulness and promote recovery from depression.
Background: The Cognitive Emotion Regulation Questionnaire (CERQ) is a cognitive and emotional tool measuring how individuals deal with stressful life events.
Background: There is a relationship between life events and the psychiatric symptoms.
Discuss major life events with your financial adviser.
Katie added: "Race for Life events are not competitive.
4-6) The role of social support and life events in the development and maintenance of depression has long been of interest.
One of the key triggers of any consumer entering the awareness stage for life, house, car or other insurance is life events.
Currently, less than 1 percent of the customers who tweet about their life events get a response or engagement from a relevant insurance company.
The present study was conducted on 210 managerial personnel to examine the role of life events stress and individualism-collectivism in job satisfaction.
Moreover it was found that daily hassles are more common than major life events in patients with chronic headache and that minor life events are significantly associated with the frequency and intensity of headache (21,22).
It was the last in a series of Race for Life events across the West Midlands, which have attracted more than 30,000 entrants and helped to raise thousands for Cancer Research UK.