Once the sole provider for his family, he now becomes a burden. Internally, he is the same Gregor Samsa, but his physical appearance causes his family to alienate and mistreat him. The use of dehumanization is prevalent in the novel causing the protagonist to suffer with symptoms of depression. He is unable to be a positive contributor in society or for his family. The use of symbolism in the novel displays his isolation and humanity.
He felt he was a ‘burden on society’ (Sieger, et al., 2012). Loneliness and depression were side effects of his chronic illness which made his everyday life experiences very difficult. Even in the hospital where patient 0 was treated, he felt isolated; this was the space that he should have felt most safe and comfortable. Patient 0 was confined to his bed with little ability to move around, much like the other patients on his ward. This lack of mobility often felt by various forms of chronic illness sufferers can lead to a lack of motivation in recovery (Sieger, et al., 2012).
Homelessness, the first reasons why homelessness is caused is because they are too lazy that they don’t have a job they are unemployment. Some say that they are having hard time struggling in life that they have to move out of there place cause they can’t afford. Other reasons why is that they are drug addict they only care for those things such as cigar, beer,weed,etc and not care for there self. Some of these homeless have mental health issue that others may think they are crazy or something that may make people fear them so they stay away from them. One last thing that causes homelessness is
Junior being born on the Reservation has always been poor and put down by others. He has had a horrible life with pain coming from a new direction each day but has coped with it that is why he is still alive today to write this book. Although he may or may not admit it, the ways he coped with his life were not great after all. When faced with a
Keep in mind that this is a tour guide for children and pre-teens, so some of the places he visits are not relevant. Holden spends his first couple of nights going from bar to bar, getting more and more depressed, which is incredibly important to his character, however, it wouldn’t be effective on a tour guide for kids. Holden also goes to many fictional places, such as the Edmont Hotel, or Mr. Antolini’s house. The latter is quite significant, since Mr. Antolini points out that Holden lacks direction in life, contributing to Holden’s discovery of himself. Once again, children would not be interested in going to some random teacher’s house, although Antolini probably wouldn’t
As a result, his mental illness leads him to isolation and difficulty of viewing him self as a “normal” person. Nathaniel defined himself as mentally ill, and this self-definition may represent the greatest component of his identity, contributing to his own sense of stigmatization. Nathaniel showed interest in listening to his friend and his sister and taking medications for his own benefit. Despite that his in late twenties, he still needs some reinforcement to consider his own life to take it seriously and listen to his friend who looks after him. Integrative Treatment Plan Given Nathaniel’s current state and diagnoses, it is evident that he is having a rough time
He also said ‘people really listened instead of waiting for their turn to speak’ when he was explaining why he went to group therapies, which indicates that he was lacking attention, love and care. He also seems uninvolved in any intimate relationships. Additionally, the work stress is one the causes since he seems to loathe his boss with a passion and also the insurance system that rips off of accident victims. Treatments- There really is no terminal treatment for a personality disorder such as DID, however anxiety medications may assist in controlling certain emotional stages.
After the D.B.’s departure, he started to trust people less and to be opened to them. Holden got depressed and mentally unstable, because of Allie’s death. And Phoebe was the one who filled his life with sense, and who supported him. She was like his “catcher in the rye”: convinced him to refuse the thoughtless action of leaving the town, that could ruin his future life. I believe that each person got influenced by his family or by people around him in some way, and it can be not only a positive impact on him but also a negative
Making them prefer to contact other people in order to enjoy the stillness of life and its simplicity or to get rid of unbearable burdens. For example, When The Savage, John's mother died, Linda, he became angry in the hospital and then detained there but he managed to escape. After that, he moves to an abandoned place. unfortunately, he was desperate due to the lost that all hope, the negative impact of psychological leads to hang himself.
In the excerpt the narrator, Alex struggles separating his obsession of isolation which leads to him losing sense of the real world and eventually losing everything he has. Throughout the story Alex is a loner and becomes alienated which leads him to like being isolated because he enjoys the feeling of being separated from the world and it helps him focus and organize his thought this ends up triggering his obsession. Alex ends up as a psychiatrist specializing in isolation and writes a thesis about the effects of isolation on the human psyche which lands him to fame. Alex is given an opportunity to construct his very own isolation chamber to research the effects isolation has on ordinary people. People who volunteer for this experiment become terrified and often need psychological help.