The affects of having a concussion can hurt a person socially. Stated by Dr. Fred Klingbeil, socially people won’t want to be around anyone. If they don’t want to be around them its going to cause them to be isolated from everyone else. Another thing that could change socially is that they won’t like the activities they used to enjoy, so if this happens the fear of losing friends, and not talking as much as they used too. Socially, if people isolate themselves from the world it could cause greater pain than what the concussion has already affected in a
Now lets focus on negative effect coerced sex has on those in forced prostitution. Rape is associated with a range of health problems, including transmission of sexually transmitted infections, unwanted pregnancy, vaginal bleeding infection, fibroids, decreased sexual desire, genital irritation, pain during intercourse, chronic pelvic pain, and urinary tract infections. Sexual violence can also lead indirectly to a variety of health problems, such as stress-induced psychological changes, substance abuse, and lack of fertility control and personal autonomy. These women 's mental health is quickly deserting the longer they are forced to work, a lot of women see suicide as the only way out. Others are desperate to have children to end the loneliness or have an escape from the world around them, the issue is once they have kids they are forced into deeper debt due to the immense cost of medical bills and necessities for the baby.
The impacts of sexual assault, harassment, and violence not only have short term affects, but long term affects as well, on the individual and relationships themselves. Generally, after sexual violence occurs the individual becomes runs the risk of “harmful and lasting consequences for victims, families, and communities (CDCS, 2017)”. These include physical and health issues, in addition to psychological and social behavior issues. For this paper we will explore how sexual assault, harassment and violence impacts relationships. Physical and health issues include pregnancy, sexually transmitted diseases, nausea, vomiting, irregular/heavy and painful periods, start or increase in substance abuse, suicide attempts or other self-mutilation attempts,
Many of these standards are meant for women. They range from what women wear all the way to their main purpose in society. Not only can they be dangerous, it can be a downfall in society’s advancement. Because women are criticized daily by society’s unrealistic standards and gender bias, women cannot freely express themselves. Women are constantly pressured by the unrealistic beauty standards society has set for them.
Depression can make one physically sick. They experience anxiety since they feel as if anyone can judge them for their appearance. Anxiety as a side effect of a negative body image, usually causes one to cover up their body excessively, change their outfit at least 6 times before going out, and frequently stay inside and not want to go out. Negative body image is one of the leading causes of psychological disorders. If these types of people refuse to seek treatment, it will cause them to be suicidal.
Sexual assault and abuse can have devastating impacts. Sexual assault is undesired sexual act by person which lead the partner to feel uncomfortable during the relationship. It contains: • forced sexual behavior like rape • stalking, human trafficking and exhibitionism • forcing someone to act humiliating sexual behavior by force These three types of violence are different levels of abuse, with much more kinds of violence which can’t be listed, all of them are damaging in their own ways (Domestic violence statistics 2017). Finally, and the most important point, is how to prevent family violence in our community. The first step if you know someone is being hurt, you should talk to them and tell them that you’re concerned about their safety, ask them to talk about what’s happening with them, let them know that what’s happening is a crime and it’s not their fault.
For example if a supervisor discriminates an care worker due to race, religion etc. This can make one gain a low self esteem and self worth. Especially when an individual is too shy or scared to speak up for themselves. Another example of the effect is if a individual is being discriminated against by its client due to one of the many various reasons. This can lead to the individual gaining a lot of aggression and tend to leads to violence.
Hate crime sends messages to certain groups that they are not not welcomed and unsafe in the community that they are living in. Not only will making the victim feel unwanted it may also take a toll on the victim. A person who has experienced hate may feel, according to novabuck,” betrayal, Deep personal hurt, feelings of powerlessness, vulnerability, anger and sadness, fear for personal and family’s safety, changes in lifestyle that include things such as reactions to strangers and where they walk.” Victims of hate crime may also experience the same effects, such as someone who raped or sexually assaulted. Not only that, but they may also undergo physiological distress, post-traumatic stress disorder and depression. Novabucks, also goes on to say “victims of a hate crime may experience a greater sense of anger as compared to other victims of crime.” The effects hate crime crime can have on a individual can be quite drastic, causing the victim to feel an array of different emotions and emotional distress.
Abuse is when you treat someone with violence (verbally, emotionally or physically) repeatedly. There are many people who get divorced simply because their spouse is abusive verbally, emotionally or physically. Even though their spouse is their other half some people feel insecure when they are with them because they are attacking them physically, using harsh words and shouting or doing things that would emotionally hurt them. One of the main causes of abuse is having difficulty tolerating (managing) anger. Instead of trying to discuss the problems they have or talking out why they are angry some find it easier to just verbally or physically abuse their spouse and feel better without caring or knowing that this might hurt the other person.
So, it is difficult to determine the real magnitude of sexual violence and the statistical data regarding sexual violence is limited (Alempijevic et al., 2007). Several reasons contribute to the underreporting of sexual assault cases as many victims do not tell others about the assault, because they fear that they will not be believed or will be derogated (Abbey et al.,