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Definition of Coping

Coping

  1. of Cope
  2. The highest or covering course of masonry in a wall, often with sloping edges to carry off water; -- sometimes called capping.

Coping Quotations

Scientists have demonstrated that dramatic, positive changes can occur in our lives as a direct result of facing an extreme challenge - whether it's coping with a serious illness, daring to quit smoking, or dealing with depression. Researchers call this 'post-traumatic growth.'
Jane McGonigal

I don't weigh myself. I just go by if my clothes fit. I try not to participate too much in the incredible amount of wasted energy that women have around dealing with food. I just feel like being healthy is sort of a job requirement to be on TV, and being a writer is so much coping with fatigue and stress, and you just eat. You eat to stay awake.
Tina Fey

One day I looked at something in myself that I had been avoiding because it was too painful. Yet once I did, I had an unexpected surprise. Rather than self-hatred, I was flooded with compassion for myself because I realized the pain necessary to develop that coping mechanism to begin with.
Marianne Williamson

Believe it or not, Christianity is not about good people getting better. If anything, it is good news for bad people coping with their failure to be good.
Tullian Tchividjian

I've always been in the theater. I've always gone to it. That's been my way to cope. Early on in my career, I remember running - fleeing - to the theater as a way of coping with all the meshugaas that was going on for me.
Al Pacino
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Coping Translations

coping in Dutch is nok, vorst
coping in German is meisternd
coping in Italian is cresta
coping in Portuguese is lidar
coping in Spanish is albardilla