They realized that almost twenty five percent of the sampled Jamaicans showed problems with both psychological and physiological dependency.
That is a bit troubling though, twenty five percent?
Yes, and Hickling and Walcott (2013) argued that the findings were an indication that the majority of Jamaicans had an endlessstruggle to gain psychological independence and they also reported that there was a pertinent issue not to be ignored which was the psychosexual issue.
Most of the population in the entire Caribbean share a common culture. Therefore, it means that the findings in the Jamaican context would almost be identical if it was done in another Caribbean country.
I hope that management addresses this issue because most of the staff are very worried that he might go off on us.
That is so true, we are from different islands, but we defiantly are one of a kind.
I feel these findings can be used bypsychologists in other Caribbean countries to help develop strategies that can be effectively used to assist clients.
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