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2018. 7. 9. · Our digestion slows down as blood rushes to the muscles. Our blood vessels constrict to the intestines and dilate to the muscles needed to run or fight. We may want to run away, or punch someone, or react physically in some way, or just puff-up and look scary. Our muscles may feel tense, electric, tight, vibrating, aching, trembling, and hard.
Attachment trauma in adults can be detected through defenses and coping mechanisms. You see, the coping mechanisms that once were adaptive for surviving this early attachment trauma can become maladaptive later in life. But as Janina Fisher, PhD, says, “Nobody wakes up in the morning and says, ‘I’m going to go re-enact some trauma today
Sep 27, 2021 · Moreover, as expected, early-phase defense use was related to late phase attachment; specifically, early neurotic and immature Depressive and Non-depressive defenses predicted an increase in avoidant, whereas immature Non-depressive defenses predicted a decrease in preoccupied attachment-related characteristics over the course of treatment ...
2018. 12. 28. · Despite extensive evidence relating attachment dimensions to maladaptive interpersonal behaviours and dysfunctional emotion regulation strategies, few studies have explored social anxiety in the context of adult attachment dimensions. The aim of the present study was to investigate whether attachment-related anxiety and avoidance are associated
Specific Immune Responses (Adaptive Immune Responses) Host Genetic Factors Host defenses that protect against infection include Natural barriers (eg, skin, mucous membranes) Nonspecific immune responses (eg, phagocytic cells [neutrophils, macrophages] and their products) Specific immune responses (eg, antibodies, lymphocytes)