Experts suggest ways to correct habits that keep us from resting well
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Thanks for this post. In contrast to the previous people who don't seem to "get it", I as someone who experiences a lot of stress because of procrastination, really enjoyed reading it.
I'd like to add value-focused coping: You may decide to not directly address the threat, you don't change how you feel about it (in fact, you may even accept some discomfort), and you may not see it as an opportunity for growth, only something that needs to be fought. Basically, you act upon your inner compass and do what is in line with your underlying values.
I don't think that this is the same as meaning-focused coping because you don't need to change the way you approach a stressful situation. Instead, you do what you prefer to do: To follow your deep convictions and act accordingly to what you think is right. You may argue that this falls into problem-focused meaning because this often means to directly address the threat. Sure, but it doesn't necessarily have to.
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