Emotions, relationships and coping with RA

Emotions, Relationships and Sexuality

This NRAS booklet tackles emotions, relationships and sexuality, and how these very personal and intimate issues are affected by being diagnosed with and living with rheumatoid arthritis.

Sex, Drugs and RA

By Julie Taylor
Last reviewed: 08/01/2013

Family Matters Survey

UK-wide survey sheds new light on the impact on the families of people living with Rheumatoid Arthritis.

Coping together with rheumatological problems

By Dr Jane Hutton, Consultant Clinical Psychologist
Produced by King's College Hospital and IMPARTS (Integrating Mental & Physical Healthcare: Research, Training & Services)

 

Mental Health

Are you struggling? A booklet for people living with a rheumatological condition

By Dr Jane Hutton, Consultant Clinical Psychologist
Produced by King's College Hospital and IMPARTS (Integrating Mental & Physical Healthcare: Research, Training & Services)

Association between coping and psychological distress in RA

By NRAS
Taken from: NRAS magazine, Winter 2011

Depression and rheumatoid arthritis

By Dr Elizabeth Hale
Written: 23/09/2013

Coming to terms with your arthritis with Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT)

Link to videos on the Arthur's Place website