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Psychosis can be triggered by sudden loss of loved one and occult practices, suggest studies
If one goes by internet search on studies on the topic of psychosis, one would find a few research studies which suggest that both belief in occult practices and sudden loss of a loved one could lead to chronic psychiatric illness and other severe mental disorders bordering insanity.

It has been reported that acute ingrained belief thinking and hard conditioning in early years of life by the much loved caregiver and his or her influential lifestyle can result in loss of rationality and coping skills among the dependents.

The acute loss of coping skills due to the loss of a loved one can lead to a state of helplessness, panic attacks, dementia, and schizophrenia and other mental disorders making people rushing for black magic, occult practices, sacrificial acts and irrational acts of faith feeling types to solve their problems.

It has also been reported that sudden loss of a loved one who is central to someone's life can suddenly trigger psychiatric disorders even among people who do not any history of mental illness or belief thinking. The feeling of helplessness and hopelessness caused by the grief and the burden of loss can cause delusions, hallucinations and illusions.

Though grieving the loss of a loved one is a difficult process, nonetheless, with acquired coping skills people heal quickly to move forward with their lives as sane, rational and normal persons.

This has implication of basing up-bring practices and school education of children on well being model and life-skills in which physical, mental and social health of children is taken care of along with teaching the subject matter for rational, critical and creative thinking.

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