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JCR. 2020; 7(12): 824-825


SOURCE OF STRESS AND COPE UP MECHANISM OF COLLEGE STUDENTS DURING THE LOCKDOWN AND EXTREME COMMUNITY QUARANTINE DUE TO COVID-19 PANDEMIC

Ma Jasmine J. De Guzman, Cherish Kay L. Pastor, Karen Lea A. Estira, Randy Joy M. Ventayen, Cliff Ervin V. David.

Abstract
This qualitative study is an eye-opener for everyone that we should not overlook teenagers, such as students in helping them to avoid psychological disturbances. It is expected that emotions continue to run high as the number of COVID-19 cases steadily increases in the Philippines, with the people of Luzon divided in terms of their response towards the enhanced community quarantine (ECQ) measures. Researches suggest to focus on students so that we can save lives by avoiding too much stress that leads to depression if we listen to the voice of our students and assure them that an experienced individual provides genuine help and love. This paper tackles about the source of stress, the cope up mechanism and a recommendation.

Key words: qualitative study, enhanced community quarantine


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