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  • 1 ELTE Eötvös Loránd Tudományegyetem Pedagógiai és Pszichológiai Kar Pszichológiai Doktori Iskola, Budapest
  • 2 ELTE Eötvös Loránd Tudományegyetem Tanító- és Óvóképző Kar, Budapest
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A témában megjelenő friss kutatási eredmények összefoglalásával arra kerestük a választ, hogy a pozitív élmények feldolgozása (savoring) milyen jelentőséggel bír a daganatos megbetegedések komplex terápiájában. Az eredmények azt mutatják, hogy a savoring nem csak a boldog élet egyik nélkülözhetetlen összetevője. Azokban a stresszel teli időszakokban is fontos erőforrásként szolgálhat - mind a páciens, mind pedig az őt ápoló hozzátartozók életében is -, mint amilyet az életet veszélyeztető, daganatos betegségek is jelentenek. A pozitív tapasztalások „ízlelgetése" képes csökkenteni a megbetegedéssel kapcsolatos szorongásos és depresszív tüneteket, az érzelmi distresszt, valamint növelni a pozitív érzelmi állapotot, és az élettel és párkapcsolattal való elégedettséget is. Az említésre kerülő eredmények, valamint savoring intervenciós lehetőségek akár a hazai onkopszichológiai ellátás területén is új színfoltot jelenthetnek.

By reviewing the results of recent researches we aimed to highlight the importance of savoring in the complex therapy of cancer. These results show that savoring is not only an essential component of a happy life, but it can also be an important resource in stressful periods and serious illness as the life-threatening cancer, both for the patient and for his relatives and caregivers. Savoring can reduce, among others, illness-related anxiety, depression, emotional distress and increase positive emotional and life satisfaction as well as relationship satisfaction. The mentioned results, as well as the potential of savoring interventions, may represent a new approach in the field of Hungarian oncopsychological care as well.

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