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Psychological Coping During a Disease Outbreak: For Families, Friends, Colleagues of Those in Quarantine or Self-Isolation   [open pdf - 0B]

From the Document: "When quarantined or self-isolated it is normal to experience different emotions and reactions: [1] Being worried about physical conditions, job, and future arrangements etc; [2] Feeling annoyed and irritable Imagining the worst case scenario that could happen, which may lead to feeling surreal, restless and fearful; [3] Feeling furious or anxious when freedom is suspended and restricted; [4] Self-blame about previous behaviours which might have caused their own potential infection; [5] Worrying about having infected others; [6] Sense of loneliness and isolation due to limited interaction with others."

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Japanese Red Cross Society; International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies
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International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies Psychosocial Centre: https://pscentre.org/
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