Military Personnel And Their Partners Can Not Get Quality Treatment. Part 3 of 3

Military Personnel And Their Partners Can Not Get Quality Treatment – Part 3 of 3

Research has shown that the act of inhibiting oneself is unhealthy, according to David Huebner, an helpmeet professor of psychology at the University of Utah. On the other hand “if you disclose things that are personally difficult to you in a constructive way, your physical health can improve”. Physicians often deal with mental health issues and they’ll be hobbled if servicing members aren’t open about themselves.

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