Una revisión sistemática sobre la relación entre la ruptura amorosa y el distrés psicológico

María Celeste Billorou, Fernán Arana

Abstract


La disolución de una relación amorosa es un evento que ha sido asociado en diversos estudios con el malestar, la reducción de la satisfacción percibida y el distrés psicológico (Simpson, 1987; Rhoades et. al., 2011). Asimismo, se ha encontrado que una proporción considerable de personas que han experimentado recientemente una ruptura amorosa presentan síntomas de depresión clínica (Mearns, 1991). Debido a esto, consideramos de gran importancia realizar una revisión sobre la relación entre una ruptura y el distrés psicológico que se deriva de ella, manifestado por diferentes síntomas y fenómenos tanto emocionales como cognitivos, físicos y conductuales. El objetivo de este artículo es realizar dicha revisión bibliográfica y sintetizar la información disponible sobre estos fenómenos.




Keywords


psicología; ruptura; distrés; revisión

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