Category Archives: DSM-IV

Dysfunctional Family

Dysfunctional Family definition – Psychology: “A family with multiple ‘internal’–eg sibling rivalries, parent-child– conflicts, domestic violence, mental illness, single parenthood, or ‘external’–eg alcohol or drug abuse, extramarital affairs, gambling, unemployment—influences that affect the basic needs of the family unit” My … Continue reading

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DSM-IV – How Accurate Is It ?

I’ve had several conversations with my husband recently about my current status in the realm of mental health, that being my mental health. In psych research, he is known as one of the “normal’s” and I presume I am known … Continue reading

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