Coping Behavior and Loneliness Among Obese Patients View Full Text


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DATE

2002-12

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Rogier Hörchner, Wim E Tuinebreijer, Hans Kelder, Elly van Urk

ABSTRACT

BACKGROUND: Morbid obesity can be accompanied by physical and social problems that may influence interpersonal relationships and the recruitment of social support. The problems can be tackled with a variety of coping strategies. METHODS: 104 patients with a body mass index (BMI) 32-64 kg/m2 and mean age 36 yr were presented with the Utrecht Coping List (UCL) and the Loneliness Scale. Of these patients, 94 were female, and this cohort was analyzed more extensively. RESULTS: Patients exhibited elevated values on the Loneliness Scale and in the UCL sub-scales palliative response, avoidance / wait-and-see, passive / depressive response pattern and expression of emotions / anger. The active approach UCL sub-scale scored lower than in a control group. CONCLUSION: Obese female patients displayed avoidance, wait-and-see and passive response pattern as coping behavior, experiencing their intimate relationships as relatively unreliable and not very intimate. More research is needed to determine the effect of coping behavior on therapeutic effect. More... »

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864-868

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https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/12568196


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