Definitions for "Coping"
Keywords:  masonry, parapet, ramp, halfpipe, brick
The highest or covering course of masonry in a wall, often with sloping edges to carry off water; -- sometimes called capping.
The piece of material used to cover the top of a wall and protect it from the elements. It can be constructed from metal, masonry, or stone.
a protective finishing that caps an exterior wall, usually sloped or curved to shed water.
Adaptive thinking or behavior aimed at reducing or relieving stress that arises from harmful, threatening, or challenging conditions.
Efforts directed toward how to manage stress, conflict and change.
What a person does in order to avoid, remove, minimize, or get through a stressful situation.
Coping is the woodworking technique of shaping the end of a moulding or frame component to fit the contours of an abutting member.
Keywords:  harry, trying, spent, wife, minister
The process of trying to manage demands that are appraised as taxing or exceeding one’s resources.
Being able to handle a negative situation. ("In trying to cope with his wife's leaving him, Harry spent several hours with his minister and was able to begin to pick up the pieces.")
a thin covering of the coronal portion of the tooth usually without anatomic conformity. It can be used as a definitive restoration or as part of a transfer procedure.
The immediate actions in the face of an event or changes, and ability to maintain welfare (in contrast to adaptation, which refers to long-term adjustments to the framework within which coping takes place).
the manner in which people and organisations act, using existing resources within a range of expectations of a situation, to achieve various ends. In general, this involves managing resources, both in normal times, as well as during unusual, abnormal, and adverse conditions of a disaster event or process.31
The process of working though a problem in order to overcome it.