How denial can lead to anger and aggression


Posted on September 1st, by editor in Journal of Dementia Care. No Comments

In this second of a series on communication, Clare Morris explains how the psychological mechanism of denial operates for a person with dementia; how anger and aggression can result if a person is confronted with something they understandably find too painful to acknowledge.
Author/s: Clare Morris
Vol: 7, Issue: 5, pp25-27





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