00210 Impaired resilience

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00210 Impaired resilience

Definition of the NANDA label

Reduced ability to maintain a pattern of positive responses to an adverse situation or crisis.

Decreased ability to recover from perceived adverse or changing situations, through a dynamic process of adaptation.

Defining characteristics

• Decreased interest in academic activities.
• Decreased interest in vocational activities.
• Depression.
• Guilt.
• Isolation.
• Low self-esteem.
• Perception of poor health situation.
• Renewed elevation of distress.
• Shame.
• Social isolation.
• Use of inappropriate coping skills (eg, drug use, violence, etc.).

Related factors

• Demographics that increase the possibility of maladjustment.
• Consumption of drugs.
• Gender.
• Inconsistent parenting.
• Low level of intelligence.
• Low maternal educational level.
• Large family.
• Belonging to a minority.
• Parental mental disorder.
• Poor impulse control.
• Poverty.
• Psychological disorders.
• Vulnerability factors that include indices that exacerbate the negative effects of the risk condition.
• Violence.
• Violence in the neighborhood.

At risk population

• Chronicity of existing crisis
• Demographics that increase chance of maladjustment – Economically disadvantaged
• Ethnic minority status
• Exposure to violence
• Female gender
• Large family size
• Low intellectual ability
• Low maternal educational level
• New crisis
• Parental mental illness

Associated condition

• Psychological disorder

NOC

• Self-control of fear.
• Control of anxiety.
• Trust.
• Hope.
• Self esteem.
• Resistance.
• Communication skills.
• Decision making.
• Self-care.
• Grief resolution.
• Ability to overcome difficult situations.

NIC

• Increase coping.
• Enhancement of security.
• Emotional Support.
• Advice.
• Behavior modification.
• Health education.
• Decreased anxiety.
• Contact.
• Facilitate learning.
• Reduction of anxiety.
• Relaxation techniques.
• Presence.

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