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Newly developed treatment for severe grief shown more effective than standard therapy

... (1) a sense of disbelief regarding the death; (2) anger and bitterness over the death; (3) recurrent pangs of painful emotions, with intense yearning and longing for the deceased; and (4) preoccupation with thoughts of the loved one, often including distressing intrusive thoughts related to the death. Com...

New complicated grief treatment holds promise for millions, Pitt researchers report

... include a sense of disbelief regarding the death, anger and bitterness over the death, recurrent pangs of painful emotions with intense yearning and longing for the deceased, avoidance of situations and activities that are reminders of the painful loss, and a preoccupation with thoughts of the loved one, ...

New program focuses on the sometimes neglected needs of siblings of sick children

...e been very promising. Parents have reported less anger and acting out by the well sibling, improved communication within the family, and gratitude for the help. Dr. Fanos, who is now a faculty member in the department of pediatrics at Dartmouth Medical School, is working on establishing a Sibling Center...

New research evidence on anger in children and adults

...arch uses longitudinal evidence to help understand anger and distinguish between people for whom anger is an occasional experience and therefore quite normal and those for whom it is more persistent. ...

Seven deadly sins: A new look at society through an old lens

...Professor Heather Joshi document our experience of anger drawing on the 1970 and 1958 birth cohort studies, people who are now in their thirties and forties. Among their findings are the facts that children from lower social classes are more likely to have been reported as frequently irritable or having ta...

Problem gamblers share personality profiles of substance abusers

...by negative emotions such as nervousness or worry, anger or aggressiveness, feeling mistreated or victimized, and unconstrained behaviors of risk-taking, impulsivity, and rebelliousness," they write. "A focus on more basic traits, such as individual differences in personality, is a promising approach for...

Physically abused children highly distracted by anger

...dency to focus and respond to even subtle signs of anger from others, one explanation for their distraction... This study suggests that even when the levels of anger are quite mild and no real threat of physical harm is involved, children with histories of abuse foc...

Avoiding the 'Desperate Housewive's' syndrome

...h, has shown that premenstrual experiences such as anger and depression are linked with self-silencing, self-policing, and self-blame; where ideas of 'normal' and 'abnormal' behaviour are internalised and used to judge worth and value. Any deviations from so-called 'normal' behaviour are seen as failure, a...

Mayo Clinic finds chronic cough patients report a miserable existence

...g serious illness, uncomfortable public attention, anger and frustration with constant cough, and physical ...ons to the coughing Frustration, irritability and anger For patients under age 65 with chronic cough, one-third of their spouses or roommates had moved ou...

Comedy films boost blood flow to the heart

...s of the same magnitude as remembering episodes of anger and doing mental arithmetic, say the authors, while the impact of watching a funny film was equivalent to a bout of aerobic exercise or starting on statin treatment....

Jan/Feb Annals of Family Medicine tip sheet

...eeling hostile. Moreover, the association between anger and injury was stronger in men than women. Resear... of "angry." Surprisingly, the authors found that anger was significantly less common among patients with traffic injuries. In contrast, anger was strongly...

Historic records shed light on soldiers' lifelong war scars

...rs report they are haunted by depression, anxiety, anger and nightmares. Now, a new study into the life and death of Civil War veterans sheds light on the lifelong effects of military combat -- both psychological and physical -- and suggests that a range of diseases and even early death plague those soldie...

Latest research shows how mantrams can even tackle post-traumatic stress disorder

...n a project to see if mantram repetition decreases anger and increases spiritual faith in adults with HIV....

Hearts hurt when spouses spat

...ps." Smith says a common factor is anger: wives' anger from feeling hostility or being subject to hostility; and husband's anger from experiencing or at least perceiving a challenge to their sense of control. That "certainly is...

Alcoholics with a borderline personality disorder are at greatest risk for suicidal behavior

...to experience negative emotions such as sadness or anger - both acutely and intensively, poor self-image, marked impulsivity beginning by early adulthood and presenting in a variety of contexts, and an uncertainty of one's values and goals. "Alcohol-dependent individuals who live alone often are separate...

Children's emotional distress after hurricane linked with parents' stress levels

...isorder, including sleep disturbances, depression, anger and anxiety, months after the hurricane a time wh...ic stress (PTS) symptoms, including fear, anxiety, anger and depression. The majority of children (78 percent) reported at least one symptom of PTS. Chi...

Studies determine patient risk from ICD replacement

...ecalls did not seem to cause feelings of unease or anger in patients. Researchers at Mount Sinai Medical Center in New York distributed questionnaires to 96 patients, 53 of whom had heart devices that had been recalled and 43 with devices that had not been recalled. The patients were evenly divided among m...

Intermittent explosive disorder affects up to 16 million Americans

... mental disorder marked by episodes of unwarranted anger is more common than previously thought, a study fu... of General Psychiatry, they suggest that treating anger early might prevent some of these co-occurring disorders from developing. To be diagnosed with IED, ...

Under-diagnosed rage disorder more prevalent than previously thought

...ives, only 11.7 percent had been treated for their anger in the 12 months prior to the study interview. Shame or embarrassment about these violent reactions may prevent people from discussing this disorder with their doctors, says coauthor Maurizio Fava, MD, professor of psychiatry at HMS and Massachusett...

Strategies that teach a caregiver to manage a loved one's illness also helps in coping with death

... include a sense of disbelief regarding the death, anger and bitterness over the death, recurrent pangs of painful emotions with intense yearning and longing for the deceased, avoidance of situations and activities that are reminders of the loss, and a preoccupation with thoughts of the loved one, often in...

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