Today I want to have a no-frills, straightforward discussion about grief and negative coping. People commonly engage in negative coping (c’mon, you know you do), especially people who have experienced the death of a loved one. Although many will eventually find constructive ways to cope with their experiences and emotions, others will become stuck in a cycle …
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Great article about coping. We talk alot about bad religious coping, but there are also other types of negative coping that involve how we view grief. This article looks at negative coping as a way to avoid or numb oneself from grief. Either via substance abuse, family interaction or work behaviors.
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