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Separation reactions are the thoughts, feelings and behaviors that follow when significant interpersonal relationships and intimate relationships are broken. Humans are social beings and their attachment with others entails the establishment of psychological bonds. When these are broken substantial adjustment may be required.

FeelingsEdit

Seperation can produce a wide range of feelings:

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Clinical effectsEdit


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