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Role-Relationship Pattern

Role-Relationship Pattern

It’s focused on the person’s roles in the world and relationships with others. Evaluated Satisfaction with roles, role strain, or dysfunctional relationships.
  • Caregiver role strain
  • Chronic sorrow
  • Complicated grieving
  • Dysfunctional family processes: alcoholism (substance abuse)
  • Grieving
  • Impaired social interaction
  • Impaired verbal communication
  • Ineffective role performance
  • Interrupted family processes
  • Parental role conflict
  • Readiness for enhanced communication
  • Readiness for enhanced family processes
  • Readiness for enhanced parenting
  • Relocation stress syndrome
  • Risk for caregiver role strain
  • Risk for complicated grieving
  • Risk for impaired parent/infant/child attachment
  • Risk for relocation stress syndrome
  • Social isolation

Role-Relationship Pattern - 11 Gordon’s Functional Health Patterns

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