Glossary W

wishful thinking refers to a characteristic of preschool thought such that children usually do not differentiate between their wishes and their expectations .

Withdrawal refers to a severely negative physiological reaction to the removal of a psychoactive substance , which can be alleviated by the same or a similar substance.

withdrawal means general orientation of wariness toward people and objects. It is also refers to an approach to handling conflict in which one of the parties removes him/herself from the situation to avoid the conflict.

Withdrawal delirium refer to frightening Hallucinations and body tremors that result when a heavy drinker withdraws from alcohol.

Withdrawal design refers to the removal of a treatment to note whether said treatment has been effective.

withdrawal symptoms refer to physical or psychological symptoms such as convulsions, tremor, vomiting, insomnia , anxiety , muscle pain and sweating that follow the abrupt discontinuation of a drug that produces physical dependence . It is a physical illness and discomfort following the withdrawal of a drug.

Withdrawal -destructiveness relationship refers to the Fromm's theory where a relationship is characterized by distance , apathy, or aggression

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