To D Or Not To D?: Working Towards An Amicable Divorce by Vijay Nagaswami

By Vijay Nagaswami

Is an amicable divorce an oxymoron?
Caught among culture and modernity, such a lot Indians have combined emotions approximately divorce. Is it
the Indian factor to do? Is it reasonable to the youngsters? Can married humans looking separation for life
learn to simply accept their replaced emotions for every different with equanimity? Divorce isn't the easy
option within the face of marital toxicity. And but, occasionally it’s an important one, whether as a last
resort. to aid navigate the minefields within the divorce terrain, To D or to not D explores
the phenomenon intensive and appears at a few issues males and lady might by no means have thought
about—but which they most likely must have earlier than taking one of these life-changing decision.
As constantly, Dr Vijay Nagaswami, best-selling writer of the recent Indian Marriage sequence, takes
the reader down roads that have to be travelled with a gentle tread, mentioning alongside the way
what one must take into consideration earlier than taking a choice and that if certainly the choice to D
has to be taken, an amicable divorce is neither a mirage nor an oxymoron.

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The humoral theory was, perhaps, the first example of associating psychological disorders with a “chemical imbalance,” an approach that is widespread today. AP Photo/Hatem Moussa Comments National Library of Medicine ▲ Bloodletting, the extraction of blood from patients, was intended to restore the balance of humors in the body. The four humors were related to the Greeks’ conception of the four basic qualities: heat, dryness, moisture, and cold. Each humor was associated with one of these qualities.

For this reason, there are no separate chapters in this book on such types of treatment approaches as psychodynamic, cognitive behavioral, or humanistic. Rather, the latest and most effective drug and psychosocial treatments (nonmedical treatments that focus on psychological, social, and cultural factors) are described in the context of specific disorders in keeping with our integrative multidimensional perspective. We now survey many early attempts to describe and treat abnormal behavior and to comprehend its causes.

The actual treated problem may be a modification derived from the presenting problem. clinical description Details of the combination of behaviors, thoughts, and feelings of an individual that make up a particular disorder. prevalence Number of people displaying a disorder in the total population at any given time (compare with incidence). incidence Number of new cases of a disorder appearing during a specific period (compare with prevalence). course Pattern of development and change of a disorder over time.

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