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cope with something

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brick that is laid sideways at the top of a wall

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a long cloak

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Promoting resilience, benefit finding, and posttraumatic growth help patients and families cope well with chronic illness.
Even the best trim carpenters use files, rasps and sandpaper to clean up their cope cuts.
Then COPEs performance is compared for these topologies on the basis of this analysis, and the paper is concluded in last section.
Positive and negative coping styles were measured using a revised measure of the Brief COPE (Carver, 1997), which consisted of 24 items and measured problem-focused, emotion-focused, and dysfunctional coping domains that align with Coolidge et al.
1997, Anshel & Weinberg, 1996) have indicated that athletes cope differently in response to different sources of stress as a function of culture.
The behavior that results from their inability to cope with stressors is often the reason for their placement in a residential treatment facility.
Recently several theoretical frameworks, empirical research, and interventions that focus on how couples cope together with life stress have been developed.
When asked about her spiritual health, another participant with MS discussed the way she copes with the illness.
The purpose of this article is to examine how dual career couples cope with their role strain.
Ryan Cope, a second baseman on the Westlake American Legion team, was hit on the head over the weekend in a game against Thousand Oaks.
The present study was designed to examine the ways in which carers cope with post-onset personality and physical changes.
Although anticipating harm or loss is central to this widely accepted definition (Folkman & Moskowitz, 2004), traditional coping models tend to overemphasize the reactive nature of coping (Schwarzer & Taubert, 2002) and focus attention on how people cope with past or ongoing stressors.
The COPES interface to the viaLink Item Catalog service provides a powerful tool to assist our customers in building and maintaining their price books," said Steve Kerr, vice president of MidSouth's COPES business unit.
Such studies, these researchers say, might reveal how people have been able to cope with the low-oxygen conditions of such places as the Andean and Tibetan plateaus for thousands of years.
E Team, the proven, market-leading provider of collaborative software for emergency and event management, and COPE Solutions, a crisis management consulting company, announced their partnership to deliver emergency management software solutions and consulting services to public and private sector organizations throughout Canada.