10 coping tips

June 2006
Inside MS;Jun/Jul2006, Vol. 24 Issue 3, p46
Academic Journal
The article offers tips for coping with a dual diagnosis. A person may need to make it his or her responsibility to make sure that medical information go to all healthcare personnel. Individuals who have dual diagnosis are advised to stick to their treatment plan. Medications and stress can affect one's judgment. It is important to stay optimistic.


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