When I was 5 years old my parents got divorced. At first I didn’t think much of it until I was a bit older when I started to go back and forth from parent to parent. I guess every child has a different experience with divorce, but mine was the worst. It 's by far the hardest thing any child has to face. The biggest things I struggled with was the trash talking and having to deal with the new girlfriend or boyfriend.
Upon Odysseus’s arrival back at home it is likely he may have developed PTSD. PTSD is a tragic disease one may develop after being in a harsh, combat situation, experiencing trauma such as sexual assault or rape, and even from having a child. The Odyssey is an example of a harsh, combat situation which sets the cause for a character in the story to develop the condition. After encountering grueling and brutal battles some may even consider it highly likely. During Odysseus’s trip tragic situations occurred where Odysseus tried to help but unfortunately he saw many of his men die.
What stage of recovery is this family in and why? Laura and her family’s stage of recovery is depression and denial. The addict is in the recovery stage of depression. She realizes that she has a problem and has a feeling associated to her issue. As far as denial, her parents feel that Laura’s Ephedrine addiction cannot be happening.
There are certain situations that can have some overall association based on a client. As for R.P. and presenting problems of major depression, suicidal ideation, and cutting derived from a medical diagnosis, personal strain, and family problems. He experiences the "psychological stress" in his personal lifestyle that affected him internally as a result to his presenting problems (Salleh, M, R., 2008). His psychological stress associated with a medical diagnosis of contracting the Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV) with information of being informed to live a short lifespan.
Even with the protective factors the military uses today, such as Kevlar vests, burn wound victims are usually left with serious mutilations and handicaps from burns over body areas not protected by the vest. Combat exposure itself can be extremely traumatizing for service members and can cause psychological issues. Veterans who have experienced physical trauma as well as psychological trauma may have mental health issues. According to the article, Military and Civilian Burn Injuries During Armed Conflicts, psychological problems seen in burn patients are depression and post-traumatic stress disorder (Atiyeh, Gunn, & Hayek, 2007). Some of the symptoms include recollections of the incident, subsequent intrusions, avoidance, and
Odysseus’ name translated means causer of pain, and many other things. Odysseus causes pain in several different ways demonstrated throughout the books. When odysseus first left for Troy, it hurt Penelope because she had just given birth to Telemachus. This caused Penelope several problems, because her husband was leaving her. Although Odysseus was only supposed to be gone two weeks, it still caused worry and concern.
“I SHOULD HAVE NEVER WENT TO THAT PARTY!” , Said Amanda…. 2 weeks ago the most unthinkable thing of my life happened…..Flashing back to when it happened it was such a blur i could hardly remember what really happened..That party was such a fake i can’t believe i went to it ! Remembering that i was screaming out for help but No one would come to save me...Being in the situation where you don’t know where are and day was the day you were going to die was the scariest thing ever or be kidnapped or raped but just speaking/thinking of it makes me cringe speaking of it all that’s exactly all what happened! Never thinking that you 're going the biggest party of the year to get raped. But, you would never think one of your closest friend would betray
Unlike a natural disaster, servicemen prepare for war, but the actual battle field is a lot different from the practices and organized society the servicemen are used to, so this experience can have some effects on the brain. Death of a loved one can cause Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder because it is for someone to live without a person who used to be very frequent
The symptoms of postnatal depression for her meant, she would feel sad after she gave birth, it lasted more than a year, she would also feel fatigue (tired), therefore had a loss of interest in enjoying things she usually had fun with. Chloe’s depression interfered with her daily life, and increased anxiety, she felt that she was unable to look after her child, and she also felt anxious to keep in touch with family and friends, likewise, she stopped sharing her feelings, some signs included her crying for no reason, therefore a friend who witnessed her changes informed a service provider as their