Do Parents of Sick Children Use Religious Coping in Argentina?





Coping is the use of cognitive and behavioral strategies to manage the demands of a situation when these are appraised as taxing or
exceeding one’s resources or to reduce the negative emotions and conflict caused by stress1. Religion is a declaration, a manifesto,
describing both the One who made this beautiful universe and the universe itself2. Religious coping is a means of seeking Allah’s help,
trusting and taking refuge in Allah, finding solace in religious provisions/teachings, and praying/worshiping more than usual during stressful events of life such as illness, calamity, death, or circumstances where a person is helpless3. Herein, we briefly discussed the use of religious coping among parents who had children with chronic disease to attract attention to the importance of religion coping.


How to Cite

ÇAKSEN, H. (2024). Do Parents of Sick Children Use Religious Coping in Argentina?. Pakistan Journal of Medical & Health Sciences, 18(2), 30.