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Patient and Physician Accounts of Antidepressant Requests in Primary Care
Depression is a nebulous term that is used in a variety of ways to account for a range of experiences usually characterized by low mood, lethargy, diminished pleasure from activities, among others. One prevalent way of ...
Bereaved parents of adult children : a discursive study of relationships
Although significant growth has occurred in some areas of the grief and bereavement literature, little attention has been paid to the phenomenon of adult child loss from the perspective of parents. Simultaneously, there ...
‘Let’s talk, but not about that’: How parents who self-report as having had depression respond discursively to reading children’s picture books on parental depression
Whether and how people talk about mental distress has been a focus of prominent public-health efforts designed to decrease stigmatizing of mental illness (e.g., Bell’s “Let’s Talk” campaign). In the context of parental ...