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Suicidal Behaviors . American Journal of Psychiatry 160 : 1 – 50 . Anderson , P. ( 2011 ): Economic Crisis and Mental Health and Wellbeing. Background Paper for the WHO

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epidemiological and clinical relevance, (b) ON is different from other mental health disorders, and (c) ON can be distinguished from other restrictive forms of diet and healthy lifestyle features. Answering these claims will also characterize co

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effects of family structure and employment on women’s psychological resources and psychological distress. Research in Community and Mental Health , 8: 233–256. Avison, W.R. (1997): Single motherhood and mental health

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Healing through ritual has often been a common facet of shamanic traditions. Catching “shamanic illness” is recognised as a sign of a candidate in many cultures. However, among the Horchin Mongols in China, this phenomenon has taken on a modern twist. Many individuals, who are afflicted by so-called “incurable” illness, are turning to shamanism. What is interesting is that they do not do this to get healed by shamans, but rather seek self-heal through initiation as a shaman themselves. Horchin shaman masters take on hundreds, and even thousands, of “disciples” who would cure themselves in this way. This occurs among more rural folk. Key reasons appear to be the negative effects of industrialisation, urbanisation and technological advancement, coupled with the failure of medicine and health services to catch up with social change and growing expectations in China, and particularly in Horchin Mongolia. This paper investigates the reasons for the dramatic increase in “shamanic illness”, i.e. how people become shamans to heal themselves.

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–454. Keyes, C. L. (2007). Promoting and Protecting Mental Health as Flourishing: A Complementary Strategy for Improving National Mental Health. American Psychologist, 62 (2), 95–108. Lyubomirsky, S. (2008). Hogyan legyünk boldogok

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Authors: Bernadett Szita, Ildikó Baji, and János Rigó Jr.

.: Mental health problems following preeclampsia or HELLP syndrome: Do we have a case? A systematic review. Pregnancy Hypertens., 2012, 2 (3), 296. 46

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Hazag, A., Major, J.: The phenomenon of burn-out among students, protection of mental health of medical students. [A hallgatói kiégés jelensége, medikusok lelki egészségvédelme.] Mentálhigiéné és Pszichoszomatika, 2008, 9 , 305–322. [Hungarian

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(SBI): A scale for measuring beliefs about savoring. Journal of Mental Health, 12 (2), 175—196. Bryant, F.B., Chadwick, E.D., & Kluwe, K. (2011). Understanding the processes that regulate positive emotional experience

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mental health in adolescence and young adulthood. [A vallásos attitűdök, a megküzdési módok és a lelki egészség összefüggései serdülő- és fiatal felnőttkorban.] Mentálhig. Pszichoszom., 2010, 11

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topics; has consulted for legal entities on issues related to impulse control and addictive disorders; provides clinical care in the Connecticut Department of Mental Health and Addiction Services Problem Gambling Services Program; has performed grant

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