Beliefs about unsportspersonlike play--self-beliefs and perceived beliefs of significant others
One significant other
described it as a general, all-encompassing role: "My part is just to support.
The perceived benefits and challenges to involving family members and significant others
in a healthy lifestyle intervention are presented in Table 1, and we elaborate on them below.
Rankings by the MS patients and significant others
Over half of the female respondents also found their significant others
to be more attractive than their affair partners, but 50 percent said their lovers were in better shape.
More than half of us (59 percent) fall in love again when we go away on a trip with our significant other
People identified as being in the contemplation stage were more likely to report that their significant others
would react positively towards their dietary change than were people in the precontemplation stage.
Military training facilities and VA and community health centers should screen and treat significant others
and family members for PTSD, added Dr.
Further investigation of PTSD in significant others
is warranted, and if the findings are replicated, it would lend credence to inclusion of a vicarious trauma diagnosis in the DSM-5, she said.
sets out the theories and fundamental curative factors that underlie education and support programs to help family members and significant others
cope with mental, emotional, and behavioral disorders.
Siblings, parents, and significant others
aren't terrible givers, he argues; it's the great aunts who are dragging the average down.
The workshops are expense-paid weekend events for up to 200 service members and their spouses or significant others