The author proposes that the conditions, events, and experiences that contribute to serious mental health problems for a percentage of women, will at some point be experienced by all. Mental Health Issues presents two basic themes: that social contexts and frameworks are experienced and expressed, and then subconsciously internalized as part of the self; and that specific diagnostic conditions, such as depression, alcoholism, or eating disorders, can emerge from dynamics that are experienced by most women.In A. J. Stunkard (Ed.), Obesity, Philadelphia: W. B. Saunders Co. Forrest, A. D. ... Persuasion and healing. Baltimore: The ... Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Society for Research in Child Development, San Francisco. Fried, M.
|Title||:||Women and health psychology|
|Author||:||Cheryl Brown Travis|
|Publisher||:||Lawrence Erlbaum - 1988-10-01|