Coping Strategies in Suicidal Thought – A Study

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C. P. Nirmala


Suicide is a primary reason for the death ratio hike in this modern world. And also, one of the main reasons why young people die is suicide. Stresses from life and school might lead to self-harming ideas and behaviors, so it's critical to comprehend the function of coping mechanisms. After adjusting for sociodemographic and mental health factors, it was found that some coping mechanisms—active coping and positive reframing—were negatively associated with suicidality, while others—self-distraction, substance abuse, behavioral disengagement, venting, and self-blame—were positively associated with suicidality.

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C. P. Nirmala. (2023). Coping Strategies in Suicidal Thought – A Study. Journal for ReAttach Therapy and Developmental Diversities, 6(10s(2), 1041–1043. Retrieved from