American Journal of Clinical Research and Reviews

Pains and Challenges of Widowhood in Adamawa State, Nigeria

Research Article of American Journal of Clinical Research and Reviews Pains and Challenges of Widowhood in Adamawa State, Nigeria J. D. Kamatikibiu Primary Health Care Authority, Gombi Local Government Area, Adamawa State, Nigeria The main objective of the study was to investigate the pains and challenges of widowhood in Adamawa State, Nigeria. The data was collected through the use of questionnaires and oral interviews. Data generated were analyzed using descriptive statistics. The results show that, majority of widows in Adamawa State are still young and sexually active with high reproductive tendencies that are within the age brackets of 20-30 (46.3%). Margi tribe had the majority (22.7%) widows who are mostly Christians (49.3%) with tertiary educational level of 31% and entrepreneurship of 37.3%. It was gathered that, 36.0% of widows had their marriage lives full of joy and happiness with high future expectations before the death of their husbands. The results also show that, 56.0% of the widows suffer greatly in processing the benefits of their deceased husbands. The findings show different levels of maltreatment experienced by widows across the state. It has been established that, at the initial stage of widowhood, most widows go to the cold shell of their homes to fight loneliness. Thus, the study would be of immense benefit to widows who are in need of practicable opportunity to reduce their pains and challenges. This is imperative, because the age-long cultural conception of marital expectations now seems inadequate for present day widows who have to grapple with new and multiple roles of breadwinning, physical protection, custodian of societal morality as well as caring, feeding and educating their children (most times all alone). The findings would be useful to the government, scholars, policy makers and opinion leaders in matters related to widows. Above all, professional counselors could benefit ...

Effects of Indian Epics in Psychotherapy

Research Article of American Journal of Clinical Research and Reviews Effects of Indian Epics in Psychotherapy Dr Balaji Deekshitulu P V* Psychologist & Alternative Medicine (Homeopathy) Practitioner, Sri Balaji Clinic, Tirupati, A.P, India.cell:8885391722,7207255557 This study in focuses on theory from a different Indian cultural background and to ascertain whether emotional intelligence can be used negatively, the reviewer chooses from the great Indian epics Vedas and Ramayana, Mahabharatha & Bhagavadgeetha’s aims to theoretically analyze the theory of Psychotherapy helps a person to manage stress, assists in problem solving and be successful in relationships. Keywords: Psychotherapy and Indian epics like Vedas, Ramayana, Mahabharatha & Bhagavadgeetha ...

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