The family income is taken into consideration to see if the coping mechanism
of teenaged mothers originates from financial matters.
Several hypotheses have been proposed to explain these correlations, most notably that spirituality' and religiousness serve as protective resources against contracting disease and as coping mechanisms
when people are ill (Powell, Shahabi, & Thoresen, 2003).
A simple ranking of the means suggest that in both the groups denial is the least preferred coping mechanism
suggesting that both men and women may attempt to resolve the crises situation not by simply denying it but by using some other mechanisms.
Listening to music is the most frequently cited stress coping mechanism
Cortisol regulates the body's response to stress and a lack may hinder this coping mechanism
, say the US authors.
This volume examines the dangers of people with Asperger Syndrome using alcohol as a coping mechanism
to deal with day-to-day life.
Of special note is Deb's 'Fall Visualizations: A Daily Practice', a step-by-step example of cultivating a coping mechanism
for experiencing and resolving deeply felt emotions.
He added: "It's a coping mechanism
that works but like many coping mechanisms
, it's potentially harmful.
She finally writes letters to Zoe as a sort of confession and coping mechanism
Londoners and people from Northern Ireland were more likely to use exercise as a coping mechanism
(54% and 37%) compared with just 20% of those questioned in south-east and south-west England.
But in the North-East it appears we like to take it a step further, with most choosing sex as a coping mechanism