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April 25, 2018 - Welcome Guest!

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Coping & Stress Management Skills Test - Abridged
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Life is stressful! How do you react to the stressors of fast-paced living? Do you have the resilience to withstand life's trials? Are you a survivor? Find out with this coping skills test.

Everybody is exposed to stressful situations, both positive and negative. Stress is an integral element in the lives of all creatures, and it plays an important role in survival. Nevertheless, stress can have negative effects on our physical and emotional health. Interestingly, what matters is not the number of stressful situations that we are exposed to nor the amount of stress that we have to withstand. More important is our perception and subjective interpretation of the stressor, and how we react to it. This depends on our personal arsenal of coping skills.

Examine the following statements and indicate how often you agree with them. After finishing the test, you will receive a brief personalized interpretation of your score that includes a graph and information on the test topic.

 
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