|Title||Relationships and IBS|
Beliefs and experiences play a part in how well persons with an illness, like IBS, feel. How family members relate with each other is another factor that can have an effect on illness. Knowing what these factors are and how to deal with them can help patients and family members cope and feel better.
|Author 1 First Name||Mary-Joan|
|Author 1 Last Name||Gerson|
|Author 2 First Name||Charles D.|
|Author 2 Last Name||Gerson|
|Author Designation||PhD & MD|
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