Parkinson’s Mental Well-being Helped by Self-Compassion

Mental Well-being Gains if Patients Can Cope With Public Stigma

Reports of anxiety and other mental health issues are fewer in people with Parkinson’s who make greater use of a coping mechanism known as self-compassion, a U.K. study based on patients’ views found. These results further suggest that self-compassion can help to negate the negative affects of “internalized stigma,” […]

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