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“…The young adults did, however, report that they had received support from family members despite them also being affected by the death, which could be beneficial for the young adult's psychosocial well-being. 124 Another mesosystem, the peer group relationships, were shown to be changed, as dyads with friends were modified, which was shown by 65% reporting better and/or worse relationships to friends. In addition, the young adults showed dissatisfaction in all items measuring life satisfaction, indicating that the changed dyad with the deceased parent, in accordance with the ecological systems theory, could have affected the mesosystems, such as work, economy, leisure and partner relationship.…”
Section: The Ecological Systems Theorymentioning
confidence: 99%
“…The young adults did, however, report that they had received support from family members despite them also being affected by the death, which could be beneficial for the young adult's psychosocial well-being. 124 Another mesosystem, the peer group relationships, were shown to be changed, as dyads with friends were modified, which was shown by 65% reporting better and/or worse relationships to friends. In addition, the young adults showed dissatisfaction in all items measuring life satisfaction, indicating that the changed dyad with the deceased parent, in accordance with the ecological systems theory, could have affected the mesosystems, such as work, economy, leisure and partner relationship.…”
Section: The Ecological Systems Theorymentioning
confidence: 99%
“…The loss of a loved one, which is related to the grieving process, is one of the factors that cause mental disorders. Delalibera et al (2015) stated that family conflicts make the grieving process complex and prolonged. Loss is an actual/potential situation in which a valuable change no longer exists (Kozier, Erb, Berman & Snyder, 2011).…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Além dos pais, todos os parentes podem carregar sintomas psicológicos negativos no período pós-morte (9-10) e são vistas consequências extensas nas famílias (11). Existem gastos econô-micos com a morte: despesas com funerais e investigação da causa, mas o maior custo é inatingível, pois está relacionado com tristeza, ansiedade e medo, o que evidencia a necessidade de estratégias de apoio a essa população (12)(13)(14).…”
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