The Tula branch of the Defenders of the Fatherland Foundation told what problems participants in the special military operation (SVO) of the Russian Federation in Ukraine and their loved ones most often turn to psychologists for.
How reports Tula news service, we are talking about anxiety, panic attacks, sleep disorders.
According to medical psychologist Yuliana Brovkina, “being afraid, feeling anxious, and depressed is an absolutely normal defensive reaction of the psyche.”
She emphasized that “it is possible and necessary to work with these conditions.” “The worst thing is to endure and suffer at home,” the speaker noted. She advised me to come to a specialist and talk about my problem.
If the patient is “mentally stuck” in some traumatic moment, “the psychologist “goes” with him and “takes away part of his personality from this memory,” the media interlocutor explained.
Earlier, psychotherapist Irina Krashkina said that pets help a person socialize and avoid apathy. More about this read in the material of the Public News Service.
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