Yıl: 2024 Cilt: 16 Sayı: 1 Sayfa Aralığı: 185 - 202 Metin Dili: İngilizce DOI: 10.18863/pgy.1267097 İndeks Tarihi: 16-01-2024

From Burnout to Parental Burnout: How Does Caregiving Become a Burden?

Öz:
Parenting, traditionally associated with positive feelings, simultaneously presents formidable challenges that can be detrimental to both families and children. The emergence of parental burnout as a contemporary construct describes the complex array of issues and hardships faced by parents. In recent years, there has been a notable increase in the prevalence of parental burnout and its consequences. Accordingly, this review critically examines the evolution of burnout as a concept, particularly within the realm of caregiving, and subsequently delves into the genesis of parental burnout. This comprehensive exploration includes an analysis of the primary determinants contributing to parental burnout and its multifaceted effects on parents, children, and family relationships. Finally, this review culminates in an outline of prospective implications and interventions designed to mitigate parental burnout, thereby providing valuable insights for professionals involved in the support and guidance of families and children.
Anahtar Kelime: Parenting burnout child mental health

Tükenmişlikten Ebeveyn Tükenmişliğine: Bakım Vermek Nasıl Bir Yük Haline Gelir?

Öz:
Geleneksel olarak olumlu duygularla ilişkilendirilen ebeveynlik, aynı zamanda hem aileler hem de çocuklar için zararlı olabilecek önemli zorlukları da beraberinde getirmektedir. Modern bir kavram olarak ebeveyn tükenmişliği, ebeveynlerin karşılaştığı karmaşık sorunlar ve zorluklar dizisini tanımlamaktadır. Son yıllarda, ebeveyn tükenmişliğinin yaygınlığında ve sonuçlarında belirgin bir artış olmuştur. Bu doğrultuda, bu derleme tükenmişliğin bir kavram olarak evrimini, özellikle de bakım verme alanında eleştirel bir şekilde incelemekte ve ardından ebeveyn tükenmişliğinin oluşumunu araştırmaktadır. Bu kapsamlı araştırma, ebeveyn tükenmişliğine katkıda bulunan temel belirleyicilerin ve ebeveynler, çocuklar ve aile ilişkileri üzerindeki çok yönlü etkilerinin bir analizini içermektedir. Son olarak, bu inceleme, ebeveyn tükenmişliğini azaltmak için tasarlanan ileriye dönük çıkarımlar ve müdahalelerin bir özetini sunarak, ailelerin ve çocukların desteklenmesi ve yönlendirilmesinde yer alan profesyoneller için değerli bakış açıları sağlamaktadır.
Anahtar Kelime: Ebeveynlik tükenmişlik çocuk zihin sağlığı

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Vancouver Cakmak S,Arikan G From Burnout to Parental Burnout: How Does Caregiving Become a Burden?. Psikiyatride Güncel Yaklaşımlar. 2024; 16(1): 185 - 202. 10.18863/pgy.1267097
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