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  • 3 Coping strategies

    It’s helpful to calm your physiology so you reverse your stress response. When your stress response is triggered, you process information differently, you can feel physically and emotionally taxed, and if you don’t reverse your stress response, after a wh More >> 3 coping stategies.pdf  
  • 5 five things you need to know about coping with changes

    Change is a necessary part of life. Accepting change with open arms makes coping with change easier. Most people automatically resist any sort of change until they see how the change affects them. If the change affects them in a positive way, they embrace More >> 5 things you need to know about coping with changes.pdf  
  • 5 five things you need to know about coping with changes

    Change is a necessary part of life. Accepting change with open arms makes coping with change easier. Most people automatically resist any sort of change until they see how the change affects them. More >> 5 things you need to know about coping with changes.pdf  
  • A Mother’s Love and Hate for Her Addicted Son

    My son, in his late 20s, is a wonderful young man. He is the kind of son every mother dreams of — caring, loving, always doing the right thing, and he would do everything and anything to help you. More >> a mother's love and hate for her addicted son.pdf  
  • Adjusting to Recovery: When Your Addicted Child Begins to Get Well

    What happens when what you have hoped and prayed for finally takes place? More >> adjusting to recovery.pdf  
  • Building better coping skills

    Working out the right coping strategies to help you handle different situations can be tough, but it’s worth it. More >> Building better coping skills.pdf  
  • Common Cognitive-Behavioral Coping Strategies

    Cognitive-behavioral coping strategies have been found to be effective for a wide range of symptoms that many people with posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) may experience, such as depression, anger, sadness, and anxiety. More >> Common Cognitive-Behavioral Coping Strategies.pdf  
  • Coping Strategies and Defense Mechanisms

    Apart from personality traits, people also tend to develop habitual modes and methods of managing stress and coping with upsetting emotions. By and large, these habitual methods do help people to manage and defuse stressful situations they find themselves More >> Coping Strategies and Defense Mechanisms.pdf  
  • Coping with a new baby

    Making the change from being a couple to being parents isn't always easy. It can be difficult to find time for yourselves, your sex life can change, you have to juggle the commitments of work and family and find a way of agreeing on how to bring up the ch More >> coping with a new baby.pdf  
  • Coping with a Parent Resistant to Assisted Living

    With age, some people may isolate themselves, or worse, ward off loved ones with aggressive or anti-social behavior. More >> Coping with a Parent Resistant to Assisted Living.pdf  
  • Coping with a troubled child

    A troubled child may display behavior problems that cause her to be violent and aggressive, and may talk back to adults or refuse to follow the rules. More >> Coping with a troubled child.pdf  
  • Coping with age related changes in the Elderly

    Aging is viewed as something to be fought off for as long as possible. More >> Coping with age related changes in the Elderly.pdf  
  • Coping with Anxiety

    People with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) often struggle with frequent and intense symptoms of anxiety. More >> Coping with Anxiety.pdf  
  • Coping with breakup

    When coping with breakup, such as marriage and relationship breakup, or breakup of any close friendship, all of us may experience pain and sorrow at times, it’s a natural part of the grieving process. When you feel like this is getting out of hand, advers More >> COPING WITH BREAKUP.pdf  
  • Coping with Cancer

    Cancer is difficult to cope with, both if you have it, and if one your close friends of relatives does. More >> coping with cancer.pdf  
  • Coping with Change

    It’s been said that the only constant in our world today is change. As we look back over our marriage to this point, we would have to agree. Coping with change is never easy. Most of us resist it, because we are comfortable and secure in our world as we k More >> Coping with Change.pdf  
  • Coping with Death and Grief

    There are several reasons why college students may be afraid of dying: ? The premature interruption of life activities. ? Effects of death upon family members, classmates and friends. ? The fear of death without dignity, for example, being kept alive More >> Coping with Death and Grief.pdf  
  • Coping with depression

    Coping with depression can be challenging. Talk to your doctor or therapist about improving your coping skills, and try these tips. More >> Coping with depression.pdf  
  • Coping With Depression After Job Loss

    Losing a job can have a profound effect on your psyche; It can shake your confidence and challenge yourself worth. More >> Coping With Depression After Job Loss.pdf  
  • Coping with Exam Anxiety

    The key to reducing exam anxiety is to make an early start on your revision. More >> Coping with Exam Anxiety.pdf  
  • Coping With Family Tragedies: Divorce, Addiction & Suicide

    Teenager Chase Block faced a lot at an early age – his parent’s divorce, his mother’s drug addiction and later, her tragic suicide. Rather than wallow in self-pity, Chase wrote a book about his experiences in hopes of helping other teens. More >> coping with family tragedies - divorce, addiction and suicide.pdf  
  • Coping With Homophobia

    The first step to coping with homophobia is simply to realize that it is nothing more than an extension of xenophobia – fear of the unknown. More >> Coping With Homophobia.pdf  
  • Coping With Life's Stressors

    Coping usually involves adjusting to or tolerating negative events or realities while attempting to maintain your positive self-image and emotional equilibrium. Coping occurs in the context of life changes that are perceived to be stressful. Psychological More >> Coping With Lifes Stressors.pdf  
  • Coping with mental health issues in society

    Mental health terms like “autistic”, “bipolar” and “schizophrenic” have all been adopted by the press and society as a whole, in jest, to describe character traits of otherwise healthy people and things. More >> coping with mental health issues in society.pdf  
  • Coping with Mental Illness in the Family

    Growing up in any family can be challenging at times, but there are often special problems and challenges for families in which one or several family members have a mental illness. More >> Coping with Mental Illness in the Family.pdf  
  • Coping with Miscarriage

    A miscarriage, or spontaneous abortion, is when the embryo or fetus is expelled from the uterus before it's able to live outside. More >> Coping with Miscarriage.pdf  
  • Coping with news of a disabled child

    Being told that your child has a disability can be as traumatizing as learning of a family member's sudden death. Many parents are stunned by such news. More >> coping with news of a disabled child.pdf  
  • Coping with OCD

    OCD is an anxiety-related condition where person has obsessive thoughts and compulsive behaviour. In order to try to prevent these obsessions coming true and to relieve feelings of anxiety, the person involved feels compelled to carry out a repetitive beh More >> coping with ocd.pdf  
  • Coping with Social Isolation

    Consider loneliness in any isolated person, especially the house-bound. More >> Coping with Social Isolation.pdf  
  • Coping with stress at work

    Coping with stress is easier when you identify your stress triggers, manage your time well, and take steps to curb job burnout. More >> Coping with stress at work.pdf