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The child’s wishes are often in conflict with adult expectations, creating tension and distress. To reduce the conflict these painful encounters with adults are repressed (kept from conscious awareness). In adulthood, neurotic anxiety occurs when a person is faced with a situation that unconsciously reminds them of this repressed conflict. It represents the fear of the consequences of expressing the id-driven impulses. Neurotic anxiety is dealt with through an unconscious distortion of reality by means of ‘defence mechanisms’.
Recent research by MIND has documented that the male suicide rate is almost three times as high as the female rate. Particular concern is being raised about the incidence of suicide in young men. It is possible that men are experiencing similar rates of depression to women but are choosing other means of expressing their psychological distress. PRACTICAL Activity Cochrane (1987) argued that the distance to be travelled between stereotypically normal behaviour and the symptoms of depression is shorter for women than for men.
1998) found that given exposure to trauma, women are twice as likely as men to develop PTSD. The recovery environment (such as support groups) can also have an effect. If a person has a good support network after experiencing a trauma, he or she is less likely to be affected by PTSD. 3 Explanations and therapies for anxiety disorders Biological approach BIOCHEMISTRY Anxiety disorders have been linked with disturbances in the brain’s neurotransmitter systems. 3: Neurotransmitters are implicated in anxiety The brain produces chemicals to pass messages between neurons in the nervous system.