psychologically healthy

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  • Human beings are more psychologically healthy, not to mention happy, when part of a community.
  • The boy completed treatment successfully and developed into a psychologically healthy teenager.
  • What constitutes the psychologically healthy corporation, and what competitive advantage might it enjoy?
  • She quickly held a press conference and said that she had been undergoing counseling for years and was emotionally and psychologically healthy.
  • When people genuinely enjoy their profession and are motivated by their passion, they tend to be more satisfied with their work and more psychologically healthy.
  • Industrial and organizational psychologists are interested in making organizations more productive while ensuring workers are able to lead physically and psychologically healthy lives.
  • According to Maslow, all humans, even introverts, need to be able to give and receive affection to be psychologically healthy.
  • Rogers also hypothesized that psychologically healthy people actively move away from roles created by others' expectations, and instead look within themselves for validation.
  • The healthy strategy she termed "Moving with" is that with which psychologically healthy people develop relationships.
  • She defined four so-called coping strategies to define interpersonal relations, one describing psychologically healthy individuals, the others describing neurotic states.
  • It involves a thorough explanation, using psychological theory and research, of how psychologically healthy individuals may come to believe that they have been abducted and how they maintain that belief.
  • In other words, Rand felt that it was part of human nature for a psychologically healthy woman to want to be ruled in sexual matters by a man worthy of ruling her.
  • Lippi likens a psychologically well integrated football team to the functioning of a psychologically healthy family.
  • In psychologically healthy persons, schema modes are mild, flexible mind states that are easily pacified by the rest of their personality.
  • Its mission is to encourage the development of psychologically healthy and cooperative individuals, couples, and families in order to effectively pursue the ideals of social equality and democratic living.
  • From the perspective of cognitive behavior therapy, the use of worry stones is one of many folk practices that can function as psychologically healthy self-soothing exercises.
  • Scientific research consistently shows that gay and lesbian parents are as fit and capable as heterosexual parents, and their children are as psychologically healthy and well-adjusted as those reared by heterosexual parents.
  • Scientific research has been consistent in showing that lesbian and gay parents are as fit and capable as heterosexual parents, and their children are as psychologically healthy and well-adjusted as children reared by heterosexual parents.
  • He has also written on the link between work and mental health; midlife developmental conflicts; building psychologically healthy management and leadership; and positive human development for various publications including New York Times since the 1980s.
  • In discussing sacred architecture, Protestant minister Robert Schuller, has suggested that "to be psychologically healthy, human beings need to experience their natural setting -- the setting we were designed for, which is the garden."
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