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For those with anxiety disorders like mine, whose coping method is worry, the calm after the storm brings a different type of fallout.

Encourage children to experiment with coping strategies, such as painting, writing in a journal, deep breathing, taking a walk or calling a friend.

This can lead to maladaptive coping behaviors, such as blocking the outward expression of emotions, that tend to worsen anxiety.

And, you’ve tried most of the coping tactics available to you.

He had been unknowingly teaching the same lessons day after day in school, and the coping skills he had been using to manage to get his job done had begun to collapse under the disease’s progression.

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Coping with drought and marginal soils was a continual struggle.

Coping will be more difficult next time, and with the way this war is heading, there will be many next times.

It also includes unique coping methods, such as voice-recorded mindfulness and relaxation exercises, or relaxing music.

Four years after its emergence as a political force, the Tea Party is now coping with its adolescence.

All of those interviewed suggested various ways of coping with the social stigma of ending a family relationship.

It is the crown and apex of all bad language, the coping-stone of all systems of verbal aggression and abuse.

It had two pilasters of stone cut in facets, and the coping represented a reclining woman holding a cornucopia.

He had put his hammer into his pocket; his little heap of cut nails remained on the coping.

Mars scooted upward, already changing into something capable of coping with the bear.

He heard the mysterious stranger drop from the coping of the wall and the sound of his swift feet.


On this page you'll find 34 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to coping, such as: bed, blanket, coat, floor, row, and sheet.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.