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memories

Friends

RECONNECTING AFTER 55+ YEARS!   

Beverly Schmittgen, EdD

“Joyce Tepley, Joyce, Tepley,” I kept repeating to myself. I KNOW her!

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Coping

Indicators of coping were first described by Beatrice Wright (1982). Coping individuals focus on what they can do, rather than on what they cannot do; play an active role in their lives, rather than respond as passive victims; and participate in areas of life seen as worthwhile and meaningful. Problems are perceived to be manageable, rather than overwhelming. Personal problems are not kept at the forefront of their attention.

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