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Separation Process Complex
The male experience: Every man in the world is torn between his needs for privacy and his needs for intimacy. There is no completely satisfactory arrangement in a world where other people are human like you are. Be honest, be diplomatic, accept that other people will not understand you, set fair limits, be consistent, and if you find one special woman, make it always clear she's your top priority. ...Read more
Not necessarily: Separation of the acromioclavicular (ac) joint is a result of an injury where the ligaments stabilizing the ac joint are injured or torn. The ac joint may be wide for reasons other than trauma such as resorption of the tip of the clavicle from conditions such as hyperparathyroidism, or chronic injury from activities such as weight-lifting. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Check with surgeons: Surgical repairs may or may not be covered by insurance, depending on the individual insurance plan, the symptoms of the problem, the severity of the problem, etc... Usually, the surgeon's office staff send information to the insurance company to request authorization; and if denied, the patient can agree on a self-pay price for the procedure with the doctor. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
I am feeling ok 1 moment and infinitely sad the next moment over my separation with my very ill partner of 17 years. She and I have child together.
Sadness: I'm sorry for the loss of your partener, she must be in a better place with no more pain or sufferings, it is normal to grief, but try to keep yourself busy with any activity or hoppy, don't be alone for long time, spend time with friends & family, pray & get spiritual support, spend more time with your child & do not hesitate to get psychological counseling May God give peace & comfort. ...Read more
Is separation from my one year old baby for one week can affect him emotionally, knowing that he will stay with his grandparents and he is used to it?
Several things: I assume you mean what happens with a child when his or her parents leave? Many believe this has to do with the reactions upon departure and the child's change in behaviors. In fact, separation anxiety can occur upon re-unification. What happens, especially with younger children is for example, when mommy comes back and the child sees her, the child becomes unglued realizing she was gone. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Yes: For various reasons in their development, adults can experience separation anxiety. They may not feel capable of managing in the world without the presence of someone they feel is more competent than they are. They become dependent on this other person, and very anxious when separated from him/ her. Usually children pass through this stage, but not all have the right kinds of support to do so. ...Read more
Anxiety is normal to: Help us be aware of possible danger. Separation anxiety occurs in some when away from support persons. Anxiety disorder occurs if anxiety causes distress or impairs function. Anxiety management strategies are very helpful for most but evaluation and therapy may be necessary if anxiety is more severe and unmanageable. Best regards in your search for relief. ...Read more
Semantics?: It's not clear what distinction you are trying to make. One term (separation anxiety) sounds more "clinical, " one more informal, but they may well refer to exactly the same thing. Perhaps what you are asking is whether you have a problem that could benefit from professional help? If the problem (whatever you label it) is causing distress or affecting your functioning, then the answer is yes. ...Read more
Can a septated kidney cyst somehow become non-septated and no longer complex? Could the u/s be showing something that looks like separation but isn't?
These are common: The kidney is a bunch of tubes. They can get blocked, injured, plugged and can deform. The kidney can scar, can grow back some parts somewhat (and have injuries, scars, stones, infections, etc.). So..deformities are common and they change over time. BUT kidney cancer grows and is solid and irregular. U/S are grainy and can't get the same angle. Picture changes/thing changes/kidney changes. ...Read more
Start shorter: Work from very short to longer separation. No surprises. Don't give in when crying starts. Come back after crying stops. Goal is to teach ability to tolerate anxiety, followed by re-assurance that you will be back. Don't teach crying causes you to come back. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Does he really have: Separation anxiety or is he overly dependent? Is he addicted to you? Well, this is an issue that he has to be willing to address. He might want to see a psychologist to deal with his relationship issues. Take care. ...Read more
Developmental transi: Infants, between 9 and 12 months of age, are able to maintain visual representation of objects when the objects are hidden. This developmental transition extends to primary attachment figures. The awareness of the primary caregiver's absence leads to anxiety-so called separation anxiety. This is a normal developmental transition and typically pass within a few months. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer