Many families living in a state of depression, because of their children, and what people talk about them. View compassion and sadness on children’s non-natural difficult for them more than their condition (Patrick). Moreover, families felt guilty because they gave birth to a child with defects, and they cannot save them. Furthermore, their genetic diseases children will also develop other illnesses such as: Autism, schizophrenia, and depression. Schizophrenia, often it falls under genetic disease, but there are also environmental factors than can cause this disease, it has been found that life factors possible increase in the infection rate for schizophrenia personality, and autism disease (Progress in Neurobiology, 2011).
On One Hits the Baby is an appropriate case to utilize Family Emotional Systems Theory. It is evident that Caroline Fontana is displaying behavioral response to the birth of her little sister. Caroline’s behavioral responses are not healthy to such a major life/ family’s structure change and are not being addressed appropriately. Caroline is exhibiting the following symptoms: 1. Behavioral issues, such as acting out in a negative way at home and at school/ Sleep deprivation/ outbursts of anger Although the onset of symptoms seems to have occurred 3 months ago, it is clear that this disorder is impacting Caroline’s whole life and is causing parental disruption.
Rose as a child had a great fear of Old Mr. Chou the door guardian in her dreams. Her fears resulted in her to have terrible nightmares. In one of her nightmares, Old Mr. Chou chased her stating "See what happens when you don 't listen to your mother!" You can see the effects Old Mr. Chou nightmares have on her now as an adult. Rose is very unassertive in other words a doormat when it comes to her twisted husband.
In addition, all the members in the group have experienced many forms of trauma, such as watching the physiological and psychological health of their parent declined. This in itself can cause trauma to not only the caregiver, but to everyone in the household including the person with Alzheimer. To illustrate, my 89-year-old aunt is aware that her memory is slowly disappearing “as she put it” and as a result she at times become very depressed. This is also true for some individuals with Alzheimer, who realize they cannot remember special moments with their wives, husbands, and children. Causing them to become depressed as well as exacerbating their illness.
Observing Venables’ childhood, it may have developed his violent streak (Valentine, G. 1996). When young his parents had split up and his mother had become an alcoholic, both of these life events, especially being so young would have caused a lot of stress and upset for Venables, referring to ‘Storm an Stress’ this is taken from the idea that young people may become so emotional their emotions explain resulting in violent behaviour (Larson, R. And Ham, M. 1993). This theory is main based on adolescence; nevertheless it can be taken into account for children who may not have had a strong, happy upbringing, such as Venables (Hall, S. 1904). Hall (1904) believed that this storm and stress behaviour was caused or perceived by a conflict with parents, mood disruptions and risky behaviour. The splitting up of Venables’ parents may have caused anger and confusion for Venables and the fact his mother became an alcoholic and abusive would cause further tension for the young boy.
Most of the DID that we see in the movie stems from the narrator’s discontentment with his career and where he has ended up in life. The main cause of DID, however, is widely believed to stem from a severe or traumatic experience during childhood. The movie gives no pretext of this ever occurring, and instead makes it appear that the narrator’s other identity was created as a way for him to cope with his anxiety. This is far different from nearly every true-to-life account of DID, in which the individual diagnosed usually has experienced some form of childhood trauma. One of the most famous examples, that of Kim Noble, the woman with 100 personalities, involved repeated abuse as a child.
Aside from stigmas in society, transgenders often faced negative reactions from their families. Pepper Labeija described her experience as a young transgender. Labeija recalled his mother’s intolerance and described, ”When I had women’s clothes in my closet and she found them, she would destroy them” (Paris is Burning 21:17-21:22). This story provided personal insight into the pain and hardship that transgenders faced within their families — a place meant to provide comfort and safety. Transgenders often dealt with unpredictable reactions from their loved ones.
I think one of the main reasons why I suffered from depression is I always got in trouble with my mom. I use to disrespect my mom a lot by talking back to her, not listening to what she would tell me such as doing chores, and one time I actually hit her when she tried to beat me with a belt. That is not the actual reason why I was depressed but it was the result of all those things. The result of all those things was being sent to my dad’s house. Honestly even though my dad is not a member of my household when I was younger, that was the destination for if I got into any trouble.
Minors in unfortunate situations use emancipation to seize their moment to get them out of it. Too many young minors are stuck in situations they can not get out of, such as the Diamond v. Diamond court case, “Daughter, represented by counsel, told the district court that she had moved out of Mother’s home due to domestic violence and substance abuse issues”(Law.1). In this court case the minor was experiencing physical abuse from her parent, therefore not in a safe living environment. Emancipation can also benefit minors who have made mistakes and gotten pregnant too young, for instance Cooper
The first journal article provides explanations about how the bullying is presented in Margaret Atwood’s Cat’s Eye and how it affects the main character’s to the point she hurt herself to escape from the emotional pain she had to bear. The article shows that the physical and emotional bullying directed towards Elaine comes from the fact that she was different form her other friends, who mostly came from strongly dominant patriarchal families. She dressed and acted differently for her father gave her freedom to do and wear what she wanted. Thus, her supposed-to-be best friends forced her to change because they thought Elaine’s behaviour and appearance were not lady-like. The article explained how this act of phsychological bullying affected
At that moment, everybody in the family was disturbed and tensed; that may be the reason why Frank asked to play a music which is one of the symbolism of stress management, and it helps the family to lessen their stress.There is a character named Noel who is a drug addict and creates violent activities in the society, so he is frequently sent to the hospital. He was a child hood friend of Mary.
He described symptoms related to schizophrenia, such as auditory hallucinations however, he denied being formally diagnosed with this disorder. The client acknowledged that he does has anger management problem, he shared he is short tempered and mentioned he has punched holes into his mother 's bedroom door. Information was collaborated with his mother of Fred 's change in behavior. According to Ms. Millar, Fred would throw temper tantrums, has anger issues and impaired ability to make good decisions. She noted his behavior has impacted his relationship with his family and has led to a strain on the family
Dana’s history of maltreatment, both from her birth family and foster families, may have been the cause of the lengthy list of social problems that followed. Poor outcomes are associated with children who are abused, runaway, and have a drug dependency problem. Literature has shown that children who are sexually abused as children have high risk of being a victim of commercial sexual exploitation, become addicts, and becoming pregnant as adolescents. Foster parents are supposed to protect children, yet Dana was exposed to additional abuse in out of home care. She was reunified to her parents yet they were unable to protect her from becoming a CSEC victim.
In addition to parental guidance, traumatic events serves as another cause of suicide. Teens who have gone through traumatic experiences are prone to idea of ending their lives do to the anxiety and stress they feel when remembering the traumatizing experiences they’ve had. Traumatic events are caused by different cases. Domestic violence is an example wherein teenagers are abused (physically, psychologically, or emotionally). Domestic violence happens at home and is done by a relative onto the child.
In some cases two out of these personalities are often in charge of the individual’s behavior, mind, and body causing short and long period of memory loss. The American Psychiatric Association also relates to dissociative disorder to anxiety, suicidal, and depression. The most at risk individuals from developing any form of dissociative disorder are individuals that had suffered trauma in their life specially child abuse or any other type of child trauma. In the movie “Split” Kevin Wendell Crumbs displayed the extreme behavior for a person diagnosed with multiple