Seeking support when a coping mechanism becomes a problem
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Seeking support when a coping mechanism becomes a problem

Flavia Munn Editor, Nursing Standard

When does having a drink to unwind at the end of the day become a serious problem? And if you were to recognise that you had a dependency, would you feel able to seek help?

Nursing Standard. 36, 12, 5-5. doi: 10.7748/ns.36.12.5.s1

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