2019
DOI: 10.1590/1981-22562019022.180136 View full text |Buy / Rent full text
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Abstract: Objective: To analyze the perceptions of care among elderly couples. Method: A qualitative exploratory-descriptive type study was carried out in Maringá in the state of Paraná, from May to June 2017. Data were collected through a semi-structured interview conducted at the home of 15 elderly couples and analyzed through Bardin’s Content Analysis, discussed in the light of Jean Watson’s Theory of Transpersonal Care. Results: Three thematic categories emerged: 1) meaning attributed to mutual care; 2) daily acti… Show more

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“…Además, las necesidades afectivas y sexuales se expresan de diferentes formas y fortalecen la dinámica y los vínculos conyugales, manteniéndolos saludables (24) . Cabe recordar que, en general, las relaciones de las parejas mayores parten de la juventud y se mantienen hasta la vejez (25) , siendo acompañadas de las transformaciones de los tiempos y la revolución en los roles de género, que incluso, están en constante aumento en la sociedad actual.…”
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“…Además, las necesidades afectivas y sexuales se expresan de diferentes formas y fortalecen la dinámica y los vínculos conyugales, manteniéndolos saludables (24) . Cabe recordar que, en general, las relaciones de las parejas mayores parten de la juventud y se mantienen hasta la vejez (25) , siendo acompañadas de las transformaciones de los tiempos y la revolución en los roles de género, que incluso, están en constante aumento en la sociedad actual.…”
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“…In this regard, a study carried out in a state in the southern region of Brazil observed that having a partner can lead to a feeling of home resignification and characterization as an environment conducive to care, permeated by feelings of social support and protection expressed by the person who cares for and, in this way, stimulating the individual to cope with health problems and pathologies, in addition to preserving physical and cognitive conditions (12) . Thus, the fundamental role of the family, particularly of the partner, in supporting the care of individuals with DM is emphasized, to assist in the treatment of those who present difficulties or infeasibility in general self-care and in the administration of insulin.…”
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“…A possible explanation for this result concerns the monotony that affects spouses after a few years of marriage 25 , and this clearly represents elderly people couples who, in overall, begin to relate from youth, maintaining the same relationship until the old age 26 . This context may also justify the reason why elderly people who live with their partners for a period equal to or less than 5 years experience sexual activity better than those who live together for more than 20 years.…”
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