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Signs of Psychological Distress

Some signs of psychological distress are obvious, but others are subtle or ambiguous.

Obvious signs include:

  • Bizarre or strange behavior  
  • References to harming self or others
  • Crying or persistent sadness
  • Nervousness, agitation impaired speech, tics
  • High level of irritability
  • Marked deterioration

Ambiguous signs include:

  • Dependency (e.g., excessive demands on your time)
  • Excessive procrastination or very poor work
  • Inability to make decisions
  • Persistent sleepiness
  • Persistent lack of interest
  • Monopolizing of classroom discussion
 
 
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