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Further, attachment style highlights the working model of self and others--the individuals' evaluation of self and other relationships affects how they would cope with stress, particularly when seeking support is used as a way of coping.
A question that has been decidedly difficult to answer is whether college men and women cope with stress in distinct ways.
Trait coping strategies (i.e., how individuals usually cope with stressful events) were measured prior to selection procedures and specific deselection coping strategies were measured at two time points following deselection in order to establish the influence of trait and specific coping strategies on psychological distress.
Yet psychological help seeking is one of many means by which people cope with problems (e.g., Gerstein & AEgisdottir, 2012).
The past literature suggests that in winter season when higher seasonality leads towards winter depression, individuals employ different strategies to cope with winter induced depressive symptoms.
We provide a 15 item checklist, organized into 5 domains, which describes tips and tricks to help cope with the syndrome.
Coping has often been assessed with standardized general scales, which assume that people use the same strategies to cope with stressful situations over time and across situations.
Coping interventions would teach individuals about the range of coping strategies available for managing a variety of stressful stimuli and, in the context of tinnitus, how to strategically cope with the fluctuating symptoms of tinnitus.
It is argued that religious practices such as praying can help couples to cope with their stressful conditions.
Belding, Iguchi, Lamb, Lakin, and Terry (1996) assert that, drug dependence has been usually viewed as an unhealthy way to manage stress, by those who are unable to adopt healthier way to cope with stress.
Many individuals utilize religion and religious supports in order to cope with various life stressors.
Emotion-focused coping strategies, such as coming to terms with what has happened, reframing thoughts in a positive way, and using humor to cope with stressors, deal more with conveying emotions and changing expectations (Arthur, 1998; Cooper, Katona, & Livingston, 2008).