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Coping with life; Living with problematic people

Abstract: A list of articles on how to cope with people and yourself in difficult situations, and on coping with/living with mentally ill people.

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Coping with life; Living with problematic people

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First version: 22 Jul 2008.
Latest revision: 22 Jul 2008.

Tell me the best ways for coping with life and living with mentally ill people.


Coping with schizophrenic or psychotic people
How do you cope with people who hear voices or have delusions.

Coping with a gambler
Other people often see the problem before the gambler, and can talk to them and explain to them that they have a problem.

Living with an alcoholic or drug addict
Living or having a close relationship with an alcoholic or a drug user causes difficulties as a consequence of their drinking. You must open your eyes for this and find solutions for yourself and children to have your own life.

Coping with problems
How to change life to achieve something which you cannot achieve otherwise. It is difficult to change your own behaviour, this article describes how to succeed with this.

Coping with stress
Advice on finding a less stressful life.

Coping with disaster
Disasters like the tsunami cause severe mental health problems. Counselling and psychological support may help victims and people who care for the victims.

Learn to say no
Learn to assert your needs.


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