MENTAL HEALTH IN MARRIAGES TALKING PTSD, BIPOLAR, DEPRESSION & ANXIETY
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For men, marriage seemed to be the key to improving their emotional health. When it came to finding love the second time around, both men and women had similar improvements in emotional health when they moved in with someone or got married, the findings showed. The study was published online Dec. 3 in the Journal of Family Psychology. A focus on the most rigorous recent evidence reveals that marriage has positive effects on certain health-related outcomes.
These studies find, for example, that marriage improves certain mental health outcomes, reduces the use of some high-cost health services (such as nursing home care), and increases the likelihood of having health insurance coverage. Cardiovascular health seems to be directly linked to stress levels, and women who are unhappily married seem to be especially affected. This may be due to women’s tendency to internalize their anxiety and stress, which takes a toll on their body and heart, over a. Effects of Marriage on Mental Health 1. Anxiety and Stress. Both adults and children in married families suffer less psychological distress than their 2. Depression.
Those who are married report less depression 10) than cohabiting couples. 3. Suicide. Married people are least likely to.
If the marriage is positive and healthy Fulfilled dreams A lifetime friend and confidant Somebody to help you face your battles Emotional, mental, and physical security Higher esteem and confidence Reduced anxiety or depression Healthy sex life A stronger sense of self. “In general, yes, a good marriage enhances health, because having someone you love and want to keep around encourages healthy behavior,” says Christine Proulx, associate professor of human development and family science at the University of Missouri. The finical bind that purchases can put on a marriage can cause added stress also.
In addition to the material effects on a marriage, there are also emotional effects. Emotions play a huge par t in how we respond and feel about ideas, other people, and our own self worth. Some great people get divorces. Increases emotional resilience 1. Improves your heart health A nationwide study of patients of all ages found that married people are less likely to develop heart disease than those who are single, divorced or widowed. Depends: The way in which marriage affects someone’s emotional development depends on the marriage.
In a healthy, mature relationship, both people are able to continue to grow and develop emotionally. In an unhealthy couple, development often stops, with one or both people remaining stuck in immature behaviors, choices, and ways of thinking. “Being in a toxic marriage can result in physical and emotional abuse, low self-esteem, increased anxiety levels and even depression,” Jackson says.
List of related literature:
|from Handbook of Marriage and the Family|
|from Encyclopedia of Human Relationships: Vol. 1-|
|from The Family: A Christian Perspective on the Contemporary Home|
|from Why Gender Matters in Economics|
|from Encyclopedia of Family Health|
|from Encyclopedia of Human Behavior|
|from The Mathematics of Marriage: Dynamic Nonlinear Models|
|from Psychology of Gender: Fifth Edition|
|from The Cooperative Gene: How Mendel’s Demon Explains the Evolution of Complex Beings|
|from The Routledge Handbook of Family Communication|