This study aims to fill a research gap in the phenomenology of Egyptian women’s experiences and perceptions of affective suffering and psycho-social distress. Deconstructing disciplinary boundaries, it presents a cross-cultural insight into the interplay among women, culture, and psychological illness, and examines illness triggers, prevalent hierarchies of resort, and common treatment results. Cairo Papers Vol. 28, No. 4. more on AUC PressBuy it from AUC Press
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