Tag: <span>anger</span>

Anger

Anger is an insidious process. Expressed or held in check, it influences what a patient says and does. What the patient does not express often emerges in new or increased physical symptoms often seemingly unrelated to injury. When anger is unsafe to verbalize, the patient feels extremes of frustration and is preoccupied with an unfulfilled …

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Emotional Isolation

While it is common for individuals to seek privacy in order to sort out problems, work on tasks or simply relax, it is uncommon …
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Disrupted Relationship

It is difficult for me to understand how surgeons obtain so little information about the patient that they are treating. …
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time loss

Time Loss

Time Loss It is extremely important to determine to what degree a patient is self-medicating and complicating his/her own …
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