Diagnosing mental disorders : DSM-5 and the ICD-10. Elimination disorders / produced by Classroom Productions, INC. ; directed by Sean Harrigan
- Language Note:
- In English.
- Discussions involving urine and feces can often be treated with embarrassment and unease. Although these are crucial digestive processes that are integral to our daily lives, perhaps because they deal with waste, they are not commonly talked about. If these processes are functioning normally, this may not be an issue. But what happens when an individual has difficulties with voiding in a way that is considered socially inappropriate--when they are unable to control the release of urine or feces, past an age-appropriate limit? Or if they void in inappropriate places, causing distress at school or at home?These disorders are grouped together due to their shared traits of voiding urine or feces in inappropriate places. In children, when these elimination processes are perhaps at their most embarrassing, these disorders can lead to shame and ridicule from their peers, though they may be no less distressing to adolescents and adults.
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