EMOTIONAL WELL-BEING OF SEPARATED AND MARRIED WOMEN: Long-Term Follow-Up Study

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Abstract

Separated and married women were studied longitudinally. Recently separated women reported more growth-oriented coping and positive life changes than did married women, but no significant differences were evident six years later. Life strains at early time intervals predicted emotional well-being at the last time interval, and coping served a stress-buffering function over time.

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