Resilience self-esteem and self-compassion in adults with spina bifida

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July 8, 2019
resilience self-esteem and self-compassion in adults with spina bifida

Resilience, self-esteem and self-compassion in adults with spina bida mr hayter and ds dorstyn study design cross-sectional survey. Objectives to examine factors that may enhance and promote resilience in adults with spina bida. Setting community-based disability organisations within australia.

В  to examine factors that may enhance and promote resilience in adults with spina bifida.

Resilience, self-esteem and self-compassion in adults with spina bifida article in spinal cord 52(2) december 2013 with 141 reads how we measure reads.

Conclusion these findings extend current understanding of the concept of resilience in adults with a congenital physical disability.

Conclusion these findings extend current understanding of the concept of resilience in adults with a congenital physical disability.

You are here home community and civic participation resilience, self-esteem and self-compassion in adults with spina bifida. Community and civic participation education economic participation.

В  resilience can be seen as an adaption to stress, such as that caused by health problems or disease, that attenuates the negative effects of stress.

To examine the prevalence of depressive symptoms in adults with spina bifida and identify contributing factors for depressive symptomatology.

В  alagille syndrome is a rare multisystem disorder affecting the liver, heart, vertebrae, eyes, and face.