Stress and Coping in Spouses of Deployed Military.
Hoepner, Ann E.
Moore, Kevin J.
Divyak, Katharine M.
Lapp, Cheryl A.
Taft, Lois B.
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The purpose of this research is to describe and explore experiences related to stress levels and coping strategies of spouses of deployed military members living in a rural setting. The sample consisted of 20 spouses including two men who had wives who were deployed. Spouses on the home front reported emotional stress including worries about the safety of their deployed spouse and physical stress as the assumed parenting and household responsibilities.
Military spouses--Family relationships
Color poster with text and pictures describing research conducted by Katharine M. Divyak, Ann E. Hoepner, and Kevin J. Moore, advised by Lois B. Taft and Cheryl A. Lapp.