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Illness has a significant impact on the family. Uncertainty, health-related changes, financial concerns, fears, role changes, and family changes are sources of stress for families during chronic illness. In a large regional medical complex serving rural Wisconsin communities, excellent medical...
The author explores the commonly held belief that grief, in response to a significant loss, is a finite, time-limited, and predictable process. Examination of this idea suggests the possibility that this belief creates personal and societal expectations that contribute to increased suffering in...
This article describes the context of women's relationships with battering men. Social chaos as the context of battering emergedfrom a grounded theory study of women's perceptions of danger in their relationships with battering men. Social chaos is created by a combination of factors: abusive...
The purpose of this pretest-posttest experimental study was to determine if participating in six reminiscence therapy sessions would increase family coping strategies of individuals with chronic renalfailure and their significant others. Reminiscence therapy involved recalling and sharing...
Successful adaptation to parenthood may require that parents believe they have the ability to succeed at this challenging task Relationships of selficacy, stress, and parental adaptation were assessed during the early transition to parenthood. Mothers exceeded fathers in self-efficacy,...
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