Stated by Dr. Fred Klingbeil, socially people won’t want to be around anyone. If they don’t want to be around them its going to cause them to be isolated from everyone else. Another thing that could change socially is that they won’t like the activities they used to enjoy, so if this happens the fear of losing friends, and not talking as much as they used too. Socially, if people isolate themselves from the world it could cause greater pain than what the concussion has already affected in a
Improper attitudes by healthcare staff toward the elderly can lead older patients to become complicit with their physicians, believing that the stereotypical symptoms of aging, such as cognitive decline, functional impairment, pain and others are to be expected to accompany all people into old age (Williams 2012). This shared, semiotic attitude of fatalism can prevent physicians and older patients alike from seeing the elderly as capable and productive managers of their own lives.
Some forms of prejudices that these people encounter are, prejudices from service providers on the client’s medications, an idea that the client is incapable of learning or achieving desirable results, false perceptions in the media that mental health problems lead to a more violent person, and sometimes the clients are not validated but instead are accused of making the disorders up for attention. Changes in the
This highlights the claim that losing someone close could complicate things when it happens to developing teens, making them feel hopeless and depressed eventually leading to harmful activities such as alcohol to
Although the loss of a loved one has a great impact on a person 's life, loss of identity has a significantly more detrimental and lasting effect because it leaves people without a purpose and inability to go on. While the loss of a loved one can leave negative impacts on a person 's life, the loss of themselves is worse because it leads to lack of identity which makes them unable to participate in
This abuse comes from external stress. External Stress may be financial problems, job stress, and additional family stressors can increase the risk for abuse. This may cause the elder to want to be socially isolated from family and friends. Social Isolation is when an elder does not want to be around people or bothered which may be due to mistreatment of by another or self neglect. Elder abuse is also caused by an individual 's personal problems with self such as alcoholism, drug addiction, lack of money, and/or an emotional disorder in which causes them to become an abuser unlike an individual who do not suffer from such
With elder mistreatment comes the aspect of the elderly trying to work out the problems on their own which in turn can lead to the issue being neglected. Elders who are unable to live in assisted living facilities or nursing homes face the risk of going uncared for and not receiving medical attention
This can cause people to lose their self into another world. They will likely not come out of depression because when you go into it, it is hard to get out of it. Depression can cause people to not be active like they use to be. People need to be active and happy to stay in shape and have a good heart.
Mental health challenges come in many forms. For some individuals, addiction impacts every area of their life. Their relationships are suffering, they are in danger of losing their job, or they suffer from anxiety. Couples often encounter challenges as they blend their lives together. What previously attracted them to the other person now annoys them, and the relationship falters as a result.
Hate crime sends messages to certain groups that they are not not welcomed and unsafe in the community that they are living in. Not only will making the victim feel unwanted it may also take a toll on the victim. A person who has experienced hate may feel, according to novabuck,” betrayal, Deep personal hurt, feelings of powerlessness, vulnerability, anger and sadness, fear for personal and family’s safety, changes in lifestyle that include things such as reactions to strangers and where they walk.” Victims of hate crime may also experience the same effects, such as someone who raped or sexually assaulted. Not only that, but they may also undergo physiological distress, post-traumatic stress disorder and depression.
(2015) found that “PTSD can cause substantial distress and interfere with personal and social functioning, subsequently leading to social withdrawal, anger, and aggression” (p.2). Many soldiers within and outside of the ranks are suffering from PTSD and not being treated. This is due in large part to the stigmatization of the disorder. Within the military injuries are often viewed as weakness even more so psychological ones (Feczer & Bjorklund, 2009). Many fear that seeking treatment could adversely affect their position.
Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder is known by a failure to recover after experiencing or witnessing a horrifying event. There are triggers that affect people, causing them to re-live the memories of the trauma resulting in intense emotional and physical reactions. Distancing oneself from society is a common occurrence by those affected, as “Loneliness is typically defined as having a subjective sense of being emotionally or socially isolated or disconnected” (Psychology Today). People diagnosed with PTSD often feel they can no longer be apart of society. This feeling of isolation creates an obstacle of getting back involved in society and resuming personal life.
However, if individuals fail to accept their past may result in experiencing guilt or depression. They tend to regret their life choices and feel their life was meaningless (Torges, Stewart, & Duncan, 2008). This regret can result in despair which will have a negative impact on the
Reasons why some of these disparities exist is because of the lack of acceptance, and mental illness stigma can allow for health disparities to exist within our population. Mood disorders still exist for a variety of reasons like biologically, environments and social influences. Disparities exists with some of these disorders like anxiety, depression, PTSD, etc. because there is still a stigma associated with having one or more of these disorders. People with any form of a mood disorder may not seek help because the book mentions that they often have “feelings of shame guilt, loss of self-esteem, and a sense of isolation and hopelessness”.
If a person doesn’t feel like they deserve something, or feels like the are not attractive enough, they will react to situations differently than