Coping with Disasters

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Date of publication: 2017-07-08 16:27

Coping with Adversity: remains positive and enthusiastic even when
things are going badly remains calm and controlled can quickly bounce
back from mistakes and setbacks

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If you suspect you may have an adjustment disorder/stress response syndrome, see your doctor. If symptoms are present, your doctor may perform a  physical exam  and ask questions about your medical history. Although there are no imaging or lab tests to specifically diagnose an adjustment disorder, the doctor may sometimes use  laboratory tests -- such as  blood  tests or imaging studies like CT or  MRI  scans -- to rule out physical illness or other medical causes of changes in mood or behavior (such as  head trauma ) as the cause of your symptoms. Your doctor will also look for other mental illnesses, such as post-traumatic stress disorder,  major depression , or an anxiety disorder.

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Perhaps the most agonizing experience for victims involves dealing with the criminal justice system if and when an offender is apprehended. At this level, the crime is considered to have been committed against the state, and victims become witnesses to the crimes.

Healthy siblings will either internalize or externalize their emotional experiences in response to their chronically ill sibling. Examples of internalizing their emotions include withdrawing, becoming "invisible" to alleviate their parents' burden, loneliness, and separation anxiety. Separation anxiety most likely stems from frequent separations from parents who are caring for the sick sibling. Examples of externalizing emotions include intense anger, restlessness, hyperactivity, academic problems, and aggressive behaviors [686].

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One day prior to the competition athletes completed the self-efficacy scale, and immediately following the competition they completed the ACSI-78. Performance evaluation was taken from the archives of the Hellenic Gymnastics Federation.

Schirm argues that symptoms are continual symbols for the patient [86]. They may serve as a reminder of the patient's eventual death, and on a more abstract level, symptoms symbolize psychosocial loss, such as helplessness, grief, and powerlessness [86]. Ultimately, how a patient perceives the symptoms will affect the course of the illness. Patients who are resigned to their symptoms will passively accept them, while those who view their symptoms as challenges will engage forcefully and actively to combat them [86].

Achieving mastery: This mechanism emphasizes managing the symptoms. It is characterized by day-to-day survival rather than trying to understand the situation.

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Social/Familial Resources : This refers to the availability of social support networks in families, including confidantes, friends, and extended family members. Social support is an important moderating variable. The extent of an individual's or family's social support system can buffer stress. How a family responds to chronic illness will be impacted by its social support system, which includes family, friends, neighbors, and community resources. Familial resources refer to the organization of the family, such as clarity of rules and expectations, routines for daily family tasks, clear generational boundaries, and good communication.

Incapacitation : The degree of disability affects role reallocation in families. A patient who is diagnosed with Alzheimer's disease impairment will be cognition-oriented. Family members may find that they have to provide more caregiving activities compared to a condition that leaves a patient disfigured but with cognition and movement intact.

Patient and family members wander in unfamiliar territory, facing strange hospital environments, foreign "medicalese," and confusing procedures. Family members are thrown off their familiar path and have difficulty finding their way back. While the detour has different meanings for individual family members, sustaining one's spirits and preserving identity in the face of illness is a challenge.

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