Our individual coping style can shape our response to nutrition and exercise.
And much of this behaviour is learned… which means we can change it, if we want to.
Finally, we don’t just behave in isolation — but in response to people around us.
Whatever your coping style, it’s probably shaped and reinforced by your relationships.
No style of coping or life management is inherently “wrong” or “right”.
Each has costs and benefits.
What is important is:
- to know how YOU respond to stress and anxiety, and
- to understand the costs and benefits of your unique coping style.
From the PN Pro Coaching Program.