FEELINGS ABOUT CHRISTMAS, AS REPORTED BY PSYCHIATRIC EMERGENCY PATIENTS
Data from 55 psychiatric emergency patients between December 1 and January 13 indicate that the most common stressors reported by the patients during the Christmas season were loneliness (40.0%) and being without a family (38.2%). When asked how they feel about Christmas, most patients in this group reported negative feelings.
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Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: 01 January 1999
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