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CLUEING IN: A GUIDE TO SOLVING THE PUZZLE OF SELF FOR WOMEN RECOVERING FROM DEPRESSION

CLUEING IN: A GUIDE TO SOLVING THE PUZZLE OF SELF FOR WOMEN RECOVERING FROM DEPRESSION Clueing in, a process constructed from data collected from women recovered or recovering from depression, seems to be a salient variable in reaching full recovery. While depression and its recovery are composed of a number of highly complex processes, when women clue in, or come to a cognitive and emotional realization of themselves in relation to their world, they seem able to put in place the final piece of the puzzle of who they are, that is, what is their true self. For women to reach full recovery, it seems necessary for them to discover the difference between what and who they are and are not responsible for in their lives. Clueing in is one component of a model of recovery developed from a grounded theory study conducted with 21 women during 1993 to 1995. http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png "Health, Risk & Society" Taylor & Francis

CLUEING IN: A GUIDE TO SOLVING THE PUZZLE OF SELF FOR WOMEN RECOVERING FROM DEPRESSION

"Health, Risk & Society" , Volume 19 (4): 20 – Jun 1, 1998
20 pages

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Taylor & Francis
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Copyright Taylor & Francis Group, LLC
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1096-4665
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1369-8575
DOI
10.1080/073993398246269
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9873288
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Abstract

Clueing in, a process constructed from data collected from women recovered or recovering from depression, seems to be a salient variable in reaching full recovery. While depression and its recovery are composed of a number of highly complex processes, when women clue in, or come to a cognitive and emotional realization of themselves in relation to their world, they seem able to put in place the final piece of the puzzle of who they are, that is, what is their true self. For women to reach full recovery, it seems necessary for them to discover the difference between what and who they are and are not responsible for in their lives. Clueing in is one component of a model of recovery developed from a grounded theory study conducted with 21 women during 1993 to 1995.

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"Health, Risk & Society"Taylor & Francis

Published: Jun 1, 1998

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