During difficult times, families can be our greatest resource, or our heaviest burden. This book brings together research from a wide variety of disciplines to examine family interaction in the context of stressful situations. Instead of claiming that one type of interaction is better than other, seemingly unproductive forms of communication, the approach taken by the author recognizes that messages can have varying, sometimes unexpected consequences when a family is distressed. In addition to introducing students, scholars ...

Stress and Coping in Families 2012, Polity Press, Oxford

ISBN-13: 9780745650753

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Stress and Coping in Families 2012, Polity Press, Oxford

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