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the condition of being sick

a pathological condition of mind or body

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The mission of the JCMHC, as indicated in the PL 89-97, Section 231(a), was to engage in a comprehensive study of contemporary understanding, diagnosis and treatment of emotional illness in children.
All of them explicitly authorize termination for parental mental illness, thirty-two for intellectual or developmental disability, eighteen for emotional illness, and seven for physical disability.
Other topics include: 211 Community Services; Temper Tantrums; Preventing Food-Borne Illness; Greener Environmental Practices; Salmonella; Emotional Illness in the ECE Setting; and Soy Formulas.
The term "nature-deficit disorder" describes "the human costs of alienation from nature, among them diminished use of the senses, attention difficulties and higher rates of physical and emotional illness.
Rather, it is the name he gives to a disturbing trend that does indeed have health implications, particularly for children, such as diminished use of the senses, attention difficulties, and higher rates of physical and emotional illness.
Table 2: Multiple Regression for Positive Dyadic Coping Strategies as Predictors of Adjustmentto a Partner's Breast Cancer (Emotional Well-Bean & Illness Intrusiveness) (N = 71) Outcome Variables Model 1 Model 2 Emotional Illness Predictor and Well-Being Intrusion Control Variables Beta (SE) Beta (SE) Common dyadic coping .
The categorization of the stimulus and the development of the cognitive and emotional illness representations by the individual lead to the selection and implementation of coping strategies directed toward management of those representations (Diefenbach & Leventhal, 1996; Leventhal et al.
She emerged to the care and support of professionals and family, returned to teaching and began to spread the word about postnatal emotional illness.
Throughout the book Boll and his colleagues continuously stress the significance of the many important contributions that psychology has made to medical science's knowledge and understanding of the causes and consequences of physical and emotional illness.
Although sleepwalking is not a sign of emotional illness, the risk of injury is real.
He immediately encountered a woman and her son, who had an emotional illness.
Through their subtle, vibrationalenergy, the remedies work to heal every negative aspect of all seven types of emotional illness, thereby restoring mental harmony and preventing any physical illness from taking hold.
The elder Phillips gave the public something to chew on along with breakfast when in 1970 she responded to a distraught letter writer by asserting that homosexuality is not a disease; rather, "It is the inability to love at all which I consider an emotional illness.
Dysfunctional" and "schizophrenic" suggest at least emotional illness and unintegrated personalities.
Society sees profound peaceful benefits in the study of innumerable serious brain conditions, including stroke, epilepsy, Alzheimer's disease, brain tumors, mental retardation, substance addiction, violent behavior, and other dysfunctional forms of emotional illness.