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Pregnant women and strategies of coping with stress and attachment styles



Pregnant women and strategies of coping with stress and attachment styles



Przeglad Lekarski 70(8): 561-564



In the year 2013 a study of the assessment strategies of coping with stress and attachment styles among pregnant women which were married or in relationship were done. There were 57 females participated in the study, including 30 pregnant women. Mini-COPE Coping Inventory) was used for the diagnosis of strategies to cope with stress, and QAS (Questionnaire of Attachment Styles) was used to assessment attachment styles. Pregnant women which are married or in relationship more often use adaptability of coping strategies under stress. Pregnant women which are married or in relationship reveal more often secure attachment. Female, which show safe attachment use in stressful situation strategies such as active coping, planning, sense of humor, seeking the emotional and instrumental support.

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