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Coping With Loneliness During the Holidays

Coping With Loneliness During the Holidays | Writing, Research, Applied Thinking and Applied Theory: Solutions with Interesting Implications, Problem Solving, Teaching and Research driven solutions | Scoop.it
Loneliness is common during the holidays.
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There are so many reasons some people are alone for the holidays. As educators, we encounter those reasons often--not just in our students, but in our co-workers as well. And stress does not often bring out the best in us. We need these suggestions.

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» Differences in Teens’ Coping Styles Affect Social Behaviors

» Differences in Teens’ Coping Styles Affect Social Behaviors | Writing, Research, Applied Thinking and Applied Theory: Solutions with Interesting Implications, Problem Solving, Teaching and Research driven solutions | Scoop.it
Empathetic teens also were more likely to perform prosocial behaviors that benefit others, such as volunteering, donating money or helping friends with problems.

 

Conversely, emotionally unstable, impulsive adolescents relied more on emotion-focused coping tactics such as venting, avoidance or distraction, and they showed more frequent signs of aggression.

 

“Empathetic kids are generally very good at regulating their emotions and tend not to lose their tempers,” Carlo said. “When you’re good at regulating your emotions, you’re less concerned about yourself and more considerate of other people. On the other hand, impulsive children are more self-focused and have difficulty engaging in problem-focused coping.”


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