Stress-Coping Theory and Grief, Cancer Survivorship

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Maggie Stroebe discusses the application of Stress-Coping Theory to the bereavement field. In the second segment, Crystal Park presents a look at Meaning Making Coping in the context of cancer survivorship. Series: The State of the Science in Stress and Coping [3/2010] [Health and Medicine] [Professional Medical Education] [Show ID: 17818]


"You have admitted you are stressed. Now, what are you going to do today that might help?"

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