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2 edition of A woman"s guide to coping with disability. found in the catalog.

A woman"s guide to coping with disability.

A woman"s guide to coping with disability.

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Published by Resources for Rehabilitation in Lexington, Mass .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Women with disabilities -- Health and hygiene.,
  • Women with disabilities -- Social conditions.,
  • Adjustment (Psychology)

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    ContributionsResources for Rehabilitation (Organization)
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsRA778 .W718 2000
    The Physical Object
    Pagination288 p. ;
    Number of Pages288
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL52323M
    ISBN 100929718267
    LC Control Number99059191

    It's hard to move on when you don't know how to cope with a disability. Perhaps I'm describing your situation and now you're wondering how to deal with a new reality so unfamiliar to you. Understand from the outset that coping with change is a skill — it can be learned but it takes practice and perseverance until you start to feel a difference. Coming to terms with disability can be a long and complex process. It can take a while for things to sink in, and to adjust to a future that looks very different. If you are have a disability, there is help and advice out there. Some employers and insurance providers will .

    Posts about coping with disability written by Nikki. This blog is not a substitute for medical advice and serves only to help you to be your own advocate and to make migraine disease more visible and understood. Dr. Hutchinson’s book gives me renewed hope for coping with these menstrual-related migraines. For the first time in many years, I have the faintest inkling of hope that maybe the migraines I thought were % guaranteed (that is, my menstrual related migraines) might not be inescapable after all!

    Using regression analysis, relationships were established between the use of active and passive coping styles and the level of pain and disability 36 weeks later. RESULTS: In patients with knee OA, the passive coping style of resting was found to predict a higher level of disability 36 weeks later after controlling for the baseline level of Cited by:   This is how I deal with my physical disability and what it's like for me.


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