Secondary Gain In Psychology – [NLP Techniques]

Secoday gain

What Is Secondary Gain Secondary gain, as it relates to medical diagnosis is defined as the benefits that a person receives relative (secondary) to an injury or illness.  The injury or illness may or may not be legitimate. One example of secondary gain is a person involved in an auto accident who has a potential lawsuit against a negligent party.  The more severe the injury, the greater the value of the lawsuit. Some exaggerate their physical condition for the purpose of appearing more injured than they actually are with a specific intention. There are different types of secondary gain but

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