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Abstract: This paper explores the subjective perception of some personal and interpersonal aspects of the lives of transgender people and the relationship they have with their mental health. One hundred and twenty transgender people (60 men and 60 women) participated in semi-structured interviews. Following quantitative methodology, analysis highlighted that social loneliness is the main predictor of lower levels of mental health (anxiety and depression) for both genders and recognized romantic loneliness as the strongest factor among transgender men. In both cases, higher levels of loneliness were associated with lower levels of mental health. The results have guided us to improve institutional and social responses and have provided an opportunity to promote the mental health of transgender people.
Autoría: Fernández-Rouco N., Carcedo R.J., López F., Orgaz M.B.,
Fuente: J. Clin. Med. 2019, 8, 413
Editorial: MDPI AG
Fecha de publicación: 25/03/2019
Tipo de publicación: Artículo de Revista
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NOELIA FERNANDEZ ROUCO
CARCEDO, RODRÍGO J.