By Neil A. Rector, Danielle Bourdeau
This advisor explores the adaptation among basic nervousness and anxiousness problems, and different ways in which anxiousness is expressed. It explains the factors and theories of hysteria in uncomplicated, hassle-free language, and provides an summary of remedies. The advisor additionally seems at long term recommendations to control nervousness and stop relapse, and indicates ways in which relations will help, in addition to locate help for themselves.
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Avoid personal criticism even when disagreeing. For example, if your relative does not wish to seek treatment at the time that you think it is needed, take time to listen to his or her concerns. Express your point of view, while respecting your relative’s concerns. 6. Remember that life is a marathon, not a sprint. Progress is made in small steps. Applaud your relative’s progress at confronting anxiety and encourage him or her to use skills learned in treatment to manage symptoms. Partners and families need to take care of themselves When family members or partners are caught up in caring for a relative with an anxiety disorder, they may neglect to take care of 39 2993-MHB-AnxietyINSPG:2993-MHB-Anxiety 40 10/14/09 12:44 PM Page 40 Anxiety disorders: An information guide themselves.
Children from three to seven years of age tend to see the world as revolving around them. As a consequence they blame themselves for unusual and upsetting events or changes in the family, or for unusual changes that occur with other people. For example, if a member of the family has a fear of heights, and becomes upset when a child climbs a ladder, the child may assume he or she is the cause of the person’s unusual behaviour. To explain anxiety disorders to children, it is important to provide them with only as much information as they are mature or old enough to understand.
Understanding this, and learning to accept and manage your feelings, will reduce your stress and help you to be more helpful to the person who is struggling with the anxiety disorder. How to relate to your family member 1. Learn as much as you can about the symptoms of and treatments for your relative’s anxiety disorder. This will help you understand and support your relative as he or she makes changes. 2. Encourage your family member to follow the treatment plan. If you have questions about your relative’s treatment, ask your relative if it would be possible to speak to a member of his or her treatment team.