a psychologic or mental requirement of intrapsychic origin that usually centers on such basic feelings as love, fear, anger, sorrow, anxiety, frustration, and depression and involves the understanding, empathy, and support of one person for another. Such needs normally occur in everyone but usually increase during periods of excessive stress or physical and mental illness and during various stages of life, such as infancy, early childhood, and old age. If these needs are not routinely met by appropriate, socially accepted means, they can precipitate psychopathologic conditions. Appropriate measures common in nursing for anticipating and satisfying the emotional needs of patients in stress include physical closeness, especially remaining with the person during periods when the feeling is acute; empathetic listening as the patient discusses the feeling; encouragement to verbalize feelings; and planning activities that provide a constructive outlet for the feeling or the situation causing it.
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Well, between us as friends, this post and solution is more proactive than reactive as the article above posted in May of 2015 addresses this new Facebook Reactions scenario right and exact, and while sometimes things get thrown out around these parts that seem somewhat outlandish at the original time of publishing, there are quite a few times that…nah, actually, we have some work to do around these parts, so please be sure to review the articles up above, stay tuned in, and tell your friends.
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