Sharing life with a person undergoing a psychospiritual crisis is often challenging for everyone involved. The people themselves and their loved ones spend a lot of energy and time adapting to the changes that the crisis brings to their lives, often confronted with their own emotions and limitations. Relationships that seemed to be stable are threatened by sudden changes in the person's interests and behavior in a psychospiritual crisis, often requiring unwelcome adaptation by friends and family.
Source: Grof, Stanislav; Grof, Christina: Nesnadné hledání vlastního já. Praha, Chvojkovo nakladatelství 1999, ISBN 80-86183-10-6