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For individuals with obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD), the difficulty of their situation comes as no surprise. But what might be less expected is how directly their situation is spoken to in Buddhist teachings. Still, in nearly all mainstream discussions of psychiatric disorders, including...
The meaning of the childbirth experience for Chinese women living in the People's Republic of China is described in this phenomenological study. Ten primiparous women participated in audiotaped interviews within 5 months of giving birth, 9 from Beijing and 1 from Chongqing. The interviews were...
The purpose of this descriptive study is to examine quality of life issues in participants in a behavioral-medicine group (N = 24). Of the sample, 60% indicated current use of complementary therapies. Sexual functioning, a subscale of the quality-of-life measure, was positively correlated with...
Caring for a loved one with dementia is a difficult and stressful task due to the multiple memory and behavior problems that persist over many years. Researchers have implemented various intervention strategies and evaluated their impact on the negative aspects of caregiving. Yet, many of these...
More than two thirds of Americans with chronic pain are now using complementary and alternative therapies. One complementary and alternative therapy, reflexology, has a long history and has been found useful on a case-by-case basis. This article provides a review of the literature on the use of...
The purpose of this phenomenological pilot study was to describe the experience that nurses have in providing spiritual care to their patients and/or patients' family members. Three nurses with a variety of clinical backgrounds were interviewed to elicit their experience of providing spiritual...
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