This week I have seen a very interesting case at the Vine Clinic. A 17-year-old female who came in with her mother had a chief complain of joint pain and a severe headache uncontrolled by Ibuprofen. She has recently seen in the ER for joint pain. I observed my preceptor conducted a thorough history and physical exam. She started joint pain on the right side of her knee and then the pain migrated to the left side of her body and affecting all the major joints.
And then Tad died in 1871. Mary just didn’t know how to cope with everything and she was depressed about all the deaths in her life and all the loves she had lost. her surviving son, Robert Todd Lincoln, had her temporarily committed. “Mary was judged insane” . She attempted suicide through an overdose of laudanum, but the pharmacist gave her a placebo.
Pat is diagnosed with Bipolar disorder while Tiffany has depression. Based on the movie, Pat’s disorder makes it hard for him to connect with and understand people. He has very poor social skills and is often referred to as having “no filter”. Pat also displays angry and violent tendencies when he gets frustrated or upset. An example of this is when he has trouble finding his wedding video and he wakes his parents up at two in the morning, accusing them of hiding it from him.
(MIP-1) Najmah has lost her voice and control over her life due to the traumatization after witnessing death of her mother and little brother. (SIP-A) Najmah has lost her voice due traumatization after witnessing the horrific passing of her mother and baby brother Habib. (STEWE-1) Najmah is trying to communicate right after the death of her mother which occurred on page 82 but she cannot since she mentally states,”But I feel as if my tongue has been locked inside my mouth ever since I saw my mother airing the quilts just Before the bombs fell." (Staples 88) Najmah is completely traumatized, and is just speechless. Najmah is even trying to talk but she is so traumatized that she cannot, "I try to communicate, but although the words form inside
Toth argues that Chopin’s first novel shows a woman drinking as a means of dealing with male oppression in a rigidly patriarchal society (“Kate Chopin on Divine Love” 118-20). But many Americans were not yet ready to accept this then-revolutionary image of the fallen Victorian angel. Likewise, “In Sabine,” one of Chopin’s Bayou Folk (1894) short stories, depicts a woman who is driven to leave her husband because of his excessive drinking. About the time of “In Sabine’s” publication, Chopin had an affair with a man named Albert who is said to have abused his wife due to his excessive
She had psychological treatment for many times. Her emotional troubles were said to occur due to an bad relationship with her mother and the early loss of her father. She attempted to suicide twice, and for the third and the last time, she committed a suicide in 1963. In her numerous works the traces of her emotional and mental condition can be clearly seen. Sylvia Plath’s work is often self-portraying and really personal; her
After threatening a boy because of the deeds of his father, she is lectured by her mother before telling herself that, “You have to forgive, you have to forgive.” (pg 46) A third example of growth in Persepolis is Marji’s declaration that she was a grownup. The Marji 117 pages into the novel who smoked a cigarette and understands the complex topics such as forgiveness and social class is very different from the young girl at the beginning of Persepolis who dreamed of being a
Moving to North Carolina required me to leave everything and everyone I knew behind in Pennsylvania and New Jersey. I fell into a depression and had to work harder than usual to adjust to my new home and school. Eventually my life began to even out as I realized I needed to take care of my mother. My stepdad, a recovered alcoholic relapsed shortly after we moved to North Carolina which worsened my mother’s depression. Her depression had not ceased since we first moved to North Carolina until it reached its peak two weeks before my senior year started.
(MIP-1)The character Najmah had developed PTSD from witnessing the most painful thing anybody could witness her mother and brother’s death, her signs and symptoms of PTSD example what millions of people go through. (SIP-A)Najmah had developed many PTSD signs and symptoms which some of which are not speaking, and horrible flashbacks,and triggers. (STEWE-1)With Najmh witnessing that horrible event, Najmah had developed PTSD. Najmah had developed the symptom of not talking “It’s been more than two weeks since I’ve last spoken and I’m not certain I will ever be able to speak again”(Staples,110). Najmah was struggling with PTSD she used not talking as a way she dealt with the loss of her mother and baby brother.
The feeling and emotions prolonged over into her adulthood and became worse when her father got deported. Mayra states she has been feeling low for about 2 years but there has been time where she feels better. For example one occasion was in July when she was with
On 11-14-2015 at about 2106 hours I was dispatched to a domestic violence report at the Emerald Point Condos at 31900 104th AVE SE; H102, Auburn/King/Wa. Enroute dispatch advised the reporting party/victim, Lizbeth Nunez Santana was calling to report that she was assaulted by her husband. The incident occurred about two hours prior and the husband was no longer at the residence. I arrived at the address and contacted Lizbeth and her cousin, Maribel Chavez. Throughout my conversation with Lizbeth it was clear that she was very upset, she had to stop speaking several times as she was crying and upset with the situation.