Holden Caulfield has been known to show unstable emotions and actions towards his peers. Holden belongs to a rest home because of his constant irrational behaviour. Holden doesn’t apply himself towards school even with teachers that care about his studies. Holden doesn’t have a good relationship with his family members because he doesn’t communicate well. A final example that proves that Holden should be in a rest home is that he doesn’t have a healthy relationship with his peers.
His way of coping with his feelings is making everyone else around him feel worse. In A Christmas Carol, the loss of women that Scrooge loves negatively impacts his personality throughout his life. After losing the women in his life that make him happy, Scrooge becomes depressed and lonely. Scrooge begins his childhood without a mother figure because she died shortly after he was born. His mom was the first of three women that Scrooge lives the rest of his life without.
Conrad kept asking himself “Why did this happen?” Then Conrad was at the denial stage he couldn 't really believe that Buck was gone he kept denying the thought. The third stage that Conrad goes through was anger I think that he experienced this by blaming his brothers death on himself. This is eventually where Conrad tries to commits suicide but dad catches him and he doesn 't succeed. Next Conrad is at the stage of helplessness he just got out of the hospital he doesn’t know what to do anymore and doesn 't care to be on a swim team anymore. Conrad bottoms out by quitting the swim team and punching one of his friends.
After losing the women in his life that make him happy, Scrooge becomes depressed and lonely. Scrooge begins his childhood without a mother figure because she died shortly after he was born. His mom was the first of three women that Scrooge lives the rest of his life without. Without a mom around, his father tends to treat him terribly. Scrooge’s father believes that he is the reason that his mom died.
The Psychodynamic perspective believe that problems are rooted in the unconscious mind. X seems to have a lot of problems from childhood that have carried on through adulthood. Psychotherapy believes that problems that occur in childhood that are unresolved through development, are the causes of problems in adulthood. This effects our behaviours and feelings as adults. This could be a possible reason why TP seems to be distant with his three children, as his own father was distant with him.
As mentioned in the article, Holden’s depression challenges him greatly as shown in his interactions with other people. In addition to his interactions, he acts capriciously and carelessly as also shown in his conversations with Sally. He is struggling to live his life with the disabilities that come with his disease which dictates his words and actions in turn, takes opportunities of a good life away from him including love, an education, and healthy
Some characteristics of Asperger’s syndrome are social impairments, high anxiety, and difficulty with communication. Unfortunately, the combination of those mental health struggles resulted in his limited ability to participate in his education while in high school and for him to function effectively in our society as an adult. He lacked empathy, avoided eye contact, could not stand to be touched and displayed rigid thought processes. Programs were developed and medications were advised, yet Adam refused to participate in those therapies and he refused to take the recommended
It makes my mind wonder how Jonas went on with his life after. In, “A Christmas Memory,” Truman Capote also used the theme sadness. When Buddy's cousin died it was really sad, because he had lost his best friend. Buddy was at military camp when he had first found out about it, and it's hard to think about him not being able to say goodbye. The story says, “I've always thought a body would have to be sick and dying before they saw the Lord.” The quote represents the fact that Buddy couldn't understand how his cousin had died when she seemed to have been healthy the last time he saw her.
1. In the short narrative “The Haunted Boy” by Carson McCullers, Hugh Brown overcomes the terrors of his haunting past by succumbing to the fears brought on by a horrifying experience that leaves him broken with feelings of abandonment: “…knew something was finished… never cry again… no longer a haunted boy, now that he was glad somehow, and not afraid” (682). The thought of being alone terrifies Hugh and reveals the scars he has from his mother’s attempt to kill herself. Since he finds her on the bathroom floor one day after school alone he insists John Laney stay. He lies, begs, and manipulates Laney but is unsuccessful in his attempts.
One of the first steps of Holden's breakdown was the death of his younger brother Allie. His brother’s death wasn't his fault he couldn't save his brother from having leukemia, so he has a desire to help others, and do what he wished he could have done for his brother Allie. Holden's brother having leukemia did not just kill him, but it killed holden as well because they were so close to each other. The night his brother passes away Holden sleeps in the garage and breaks the windows with his bare arms and goes to the hospital for this.
Mikhail Furtado was the name of Indian guy who killed himself just because he was worried about his 12th exam. He said he spend twenty years of his life under poverty, and end up his carrier by hanging on the room. He shared his story to the media before he commit a suicide. He said he was desperate because he was having a family support problem and hard to focus on his sturdy. He also said he had a problem with his girlfriend and his parent did not understand about his relationship.
Activities Daily living Robinson has significant limitations in activities of daily living. His appearance is often neglected. He often wears unwashed clothing and appears to be untidy. He barely sleeps at night because, he says,” he has bad dreams and thoughts of someone him again one because of being shot in the back, the three car accidents and family issues,” he has no family support. Ms. Lewis the case manager states “he walks very slowly and has difficulties remembering appointments with case management, physician and psychologist”.
Chaym Smith in the Novel Dreamer was similar to Walter’s character. Chaym like Walter, was extremely unhappy with his life and what he had become. Smith served in the military during the War and after which he left due to a severe injury to his leg. Chaym was married but lost his wife and children to a fire. Subsequently, he became dependent on alcohol and suffered a mental breakdown resulting in a short hospitalization.
John (father, age 45) comes to counseling seeking assistance and guidance for his son Jim (age 12). John reports that Jim was recently diagnosed by his school guidance counselor with conduct disorder. Jim’s symptomatic behaviors include, but are not limited to, defiance, mild aggression, property damage, a brief runaway, cursing, and the refusal of performing chores around the house. John and his wife Susan (age 40) report the inability and knowledge to manage Jim’s behavior. They refer to Jim as both a tyrant and disrespectful.
Regarding her present functioning, Christine did not present with clinically significant symptoms and signs consistent with a psychotic disorder at the present time, though she did report some hopelessness, along with one reported experience of suicidal ideation without a plan, leading to a diagnoses of Unspecified Depressive Disorder. In addition, Christine presents with numerous symptoms consistent with a conduct disorder, including aggression to others, physically abusive and destroying of property leading to a diagnosis of Conduct Disorder, Adolescent Onset. Her stressors related to family dysfunction, moving from Nigeria to America, developmental events such as moving back and forth between schools, changes in cultural setting are consistent with her experiences and suggest a diagnoses of an Adjustment Disorder, with mixed disturbances of emotions and conduct. Christine also meets criteria for Substance-Use Disorder mild and Cannabis Use Disorder, mild based on her reporting use of drinking alcohol and smoking marijuana as used during