When a husband who is diagnosed with anxiety communicates openly with his wife, receives support from her, and works together


When a husband who is diagnosed with anxiety communicates openly with his wife, receives support from her, and works together with her against the anxiety, additional stressors will likely be managed. In contrast, if couples communicate poorly, are not supportive, and live separate lives, additional stressors are more likely to pile up for the couple. These are examples of positive and nagative
a. Enduring vulnerabilities
b. Adaptive processes
c. Community characteristics
d. Risk and protective factors


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