Suffering in silence

Shuer, Marjorie
October 1997
Women's Sports & Fitness;Oct97, Vol. 19 Issue 8, p85
Focuses on the psychological distress suffered by athletes due to chronic injury. Amount of psychological distress brought about by chronic injury compared to psychological distress caused by natural disasters; Factors that contribute to the destructive behavior of athletes with chronic injury; Suggestions to be able to avoid the psychological damage of the injury.


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