Many heart attacks and cancerous diseases can stem from stress. It enlarges the blood veins and can affect the blood flow throughout one’s body. To be constantly stressed it not a good thing, in fact, it is very unhealthy. Which is why learning to manage stress is something that is, could, and should be talked about more often between people of all ages. One can make stress their enemy, one can make it their friend.
There are several quotes included in this notebook that focus on resilience. For me, I myself find that quotes also help me when I feel like I want to give up. They’re inspirational and make people feel a lot better and sometimes they even make then want to pursue what they want or need and to keep going. It could make them realise that the the situation they are in right now is not the final destination and that they can change where they are. These quotes are motivational.
Child labor still recognized as the most knotty issue facing by almost every country in worldwide. Many of the welfare organizations very concerned about the child labor issue. It is because this issue causes a lot of negative impacts towards the children. The same statistics 176 million children at the age range of 5-14 are in industry and it is clear that the number of child workers is 153 million, of whom 53 million are employed in dangerous tasks. 129 million children at the age range of 15-17 in the industry of whom 53 million are employed in dangerous tasks are child workers and all of the workers in that range have been working in dangerous tasks (ILO, 2010).
They also had to deal with the grueling work and hours in the factories which most worked at. Immigrants sure had a tough life. In the new world of America, Ellis Island was the place to go for new immigrants. “All immigrants were checked for physical disabilities, and those who had disabilities were sent to the care unit.”( History Channel). Soon, too many immigrants were at Ellis Island and had no place to go.
Positive language – positive language is about using phrases that show that you are taking responsibility for your actions and that you value people’s opinions and show that you can learn from others Negative language – negative language is using phases like ‘to be honest…’ this shows that you are most likely not an honest person and have lied in the past. Leaving out that ‘to be honest…’ at the start of a sentence makes it more positive’ Active engagement – active engagement is listening to someone but also taking part and asking questions, this more likely to help you to learn and understand something. Sitting there passively will not necessarily help you at
A number of researchers have suggested that law enforcement is the most stressful profession in America. That is because they deal with the negative end of civilization. It is usually believed that the highest amounts of stress are reserved for those people who assume the top echelons of authority and command, in this particular case, the members of the disciplined forces. Considering all the dangers and threats that some police officers encounter, together with the administrative burden and the pressures of protecting the public, it is easy to see how stress has become a common problem. The tiny percentile of the demography that everyone else stays away from, these officers steer right into and choose to carry out their mandate deep in their
I think that people best respond to conflict by staying positive and never giving up hope. First lets look at some of the types people can face. People face many conflicts but one of the bigger ones include relationships. These are conflicts with family, friends, or boyfriends/girlfriends. Relationship problems often occur by miscommunication or disagreements about something.
Occupational Stress is defined as, “the psychological state that is or represents an imbalance or mismatch between people’s perceptions of the demands on them (relevant to work) and their ability to cope with those demands” (Miller 2000). It is an individual based, affect overloaded experience associated with stressors that are perceived and interpreted subjectively and uniquely by everyone. Stress in HIV/AIDS care can be caused due to a variety of factors like client overload, demands of the caregiving activities ranging from physical and personal care of the clients to around the clock monitoring and care of the severely ill, daily domestic chores of the caregiver’s own household, fear and uncertainty about HIV contagion and their own health, strong feelings of guilt, anger and helplessness etc. Insufficient compensation and encouragement are also leading factors for stress. Whereas, burnout is the exhaustion of physical or emotional strength because of prolonged stress or frustration which has been detected in a wide variety of health care providers.
Similar to any other conflict or struggle we undergo or face in life, suffering is an experience, and experiences always offer us something in return – whether good or bad. H. Richard Neibur states that suffering leads people to define themselves, take on character, and develop ethos. However, in this case, taking on ‘character’ is subjective, meaning that its effect can be defined by positive and negative circumstances. The outcome of suffering depends on a person’s capability of handling emotions and overcoming tough conditions. If the person’s strong enough and durable enough to take on a harsh unexpected events, then there is a chance that this person may see the light and overcome the missions with great attributes to share.
Lund (2012) posits that poverty remains as one of the most pressing global challenges of our time and that mental illness and poverty act together in a vicious cycle that has an influence throughout the lifespan. The World Health Organization reports that mental illness occurs in individuals of all genders, ages, and backgrounds hence no group is invulnerable to mental disorders however the risk is higher among the poor, homeless, the unemployed, persons with low education (Kuruvilla and Jacob,