2001
DOI: 10.1590/s0104-11692001000600007
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Abstract: THE SELF-ESTEEM OF ADOLESCENTS WITH AND WITHOUT A CLEFT LIP AND/OR PALATE

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“…A função do psicólogo é conscientizar a família que a aceitação em casa é a base do tratamento, além de colaborar com a reorganização dos sentimentos da família e do portador de FLP (30,31) .…”
Section: Ribeiro Em Et Alunclassified
“…A literatura revela a percepção que a criança ou o adolescente têm frente à fissura e aos problemas que ela pode trazer para a autopercepção de cada indivíduo fissurado. Estudos (13,14) demonstram que níveis de autoestima em crianças ou adolescentes com e sem fissura diferem. Percebeu-se que o grupo de adolescentes portadores de fissuras de lábio e/ou de palato exibiram baixa autoestima e constrangimento social, além do desejo de melhorarem a voz, a comunicação com as outras pessoas, a aparência, o nariz, e ainda o relacionamento escolar, com a família e grupos.…”
Section: ) Percepção Da Criança/adolescente Em Relação a à Fissuraunclassified
“…Now, genetics are affecting nursing indirectly, but possibly in drastic ways and, in the near future, genetics will be among the areas of major importance for nursing (2) . Many nursing researchers have pointed that this is a high demand arena for nursing practice in Brazil (3)(4)(5) .…”
Section: Nurses In the Genomic Eramentioning
confidence: 99%
“…According to research, the self-image concept is defi ned as an important Mental Health indicator (14) . To assess each person's level of self-esteem, using reliable instruments is essenti al.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…The persistence of these feelings will lead to failures in their trajectory or different pathological processes (4) . Basic needs are interlinked and wellbeing depends on safety: the safer we feel in the environment we are part of, the more our self-esteem will be raised by confidence and respect and, consequently, continue high.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%