One of the main similarities that is drawn from both pieces of writing is the common theme that hard work is essential in order to achieve desired results in life and business. This myth that your guaranteed or entitled to success when that’s really not the case. You have to be willing to put in time in order to flourish. Another Similarity that both articles stress, is how important it is to take initiative. " Lay it out and then make a decision."
Yes, it’s normal for people to go through stressful moments and become anxious. But when experienced over a long period of time, these can lead to more serious issues, like gastrointestinal problems and heart diseases. More importantly, stress or anxiety can interfere with your daily life. Whatever you’re struggling with at the moment, know that you don’t have to go through all of it alone.
So, everyone will eventually be put into difficult and stressful situations. Humans are individuals with varying personalities; everyone will react differently to their situation. Some individuals act like I did, the stress and emotions become too much and they want to give up. Others use that stress and their emotions to drive themselves forward and be the best they can be in that situation. Being able to handle that stress and the emotions it causes you is essential in living a happy and successful life.
These dualities of temperament can be valuable to the process of creation but can leave ‘the individual vulnerable to acute psychological suffering when the inner divisions become too great, or are left unconscious’ (Hines). This would imply that a balance between these oppositions must be struck in order to keep the artistic temperament from tipping over into instability. The idea of the artistic temperament is reinforced when signs of instability become evident in an individual. However, the majority of creatives are able to maintain a healthy and functional
Such psychological dysfunction may range from persistent negative moods, or even a mental illness. This constitutes the mainstream perception of psychological resilience. In this sense, Neill observes that psychological stressors, also dubbed “risk factors,” are those experiences of major chronic or acute stress, such as the death or someone close, chronic illness, or even the sexual, emotion, or even physical abuse (par. 2). Other common stress factors include sudden employment, fear, or even community violence, such as the recent upheaval of terrorist attacks across the
Stress can be something that causes strong feelings of worry or anxiety. “Stress can be a physical, chemical, or emotional factor that causes bodily or mental tension and may be a factor in disease causation” (Merriam-Webster, 2014) A person experiences stress “when a demand exceeds that person’s coping abilities, resulting in reactions such as disturbances of cognition, emotion and behavior” (Huether & McCance, 2012, p. 208) Stress is “a reaction to stressful situations at work that leads to a physiological response manifested by psychosomatic symptoms such as hypertension and headache” (Toh, Ang, & Devi, 2012, p. 127). Stress occurs when the situational demands outpace the individual’s ability to
The metaphor of trauma draws attention to the ways in which extreme violence breaks bodies and minds, leaving permanent scars, even after recovery. Given that the main effect of trauma is disorganization, recovery involves the reorganization to restore wholeness to both mind and body. The core issue in trauma is reality, yet what makes an event traumatic is the subjectivity of the victim and the meaning a particular individual attaches to the event (Van del Kolk, 1996). Long-term effects of trauma may persist across several developmental phases of the life cycle. For young children confronted with traumatic events, the recovery may be even more complicated.
Someone would be diagnosed with PTSD if they respond to the traumatic event with many different symptoms and that the symptoms have affected the person's life in some shape or form. “To receive a diagnosis of PTSD, you only need a certain number of symptoms from each cluster. Additional requirements for the diagnosis also need to be assessed, such as how the person initially responded to the traumatic event, how long the symptoms have been experienced, and the extent with which those symptoms interfere with a person's life” (Tull). This explains that for someone to be diagnosed with PTSD, someone must be having symptoms from a past event that interfere with a person’s life, which have lasted for more than a month. Holden has experienced these symptoms since the time he knocked out all the windows in garage, the day Allie died.
THE STAGES OF EMOTIONAL HEALING To have a clearer understanding of emotional healing and the process that individuals go through as they recover from their emotional wounding, it is important to have a look at the various stages that they traverse as they try to make sense of their emotional injuries and deal with them in the process of healing. When people experience an emotional devastation such as that of loss through death or divorce, they go through the various stages in the process of healing as they deal with their pain. Although these stages are universal, the sequence may differ from person to person. One may also move back and forth between the stages on the way to recovery and some stages may overlap with each other. They may also happen
Concussions despite being mild or severe need to be correctly attended to, as there will always be some form of effect. Concussions need to be handled correctly to minimize the risk of dangerous and life-altering outcomes. A concussion is a disturbance of brain function that involves a complex pathophysiological process and is referred to as a brain injury (Harmon et al., 2013; Echemendia, 2012). Consequently, being unconscious is a pathological state.
Post-traumatic anxiety issue (PTSD), once called shell stun or fight exhaustion disorder, is a genuine condition that can grow after a man has encountered or seen a traumatic or startling occasion in which genuine physical damage happened or was undermined. PTSD is an enduring result of traumatic difficulties that cause serious apprehension, powerlessness, or awfulness, for example, a sexual or physical ambush, the startling passing of a friend or family member, a mischance, war, or common fiasco. Groups of casualties can likewise create PTSD, as can crisis faculty and salvage specialists. The vast majority who experience a traumatic occasion will have responses that may incorporate stun, outrage, apprehension, trepidation, and even blame.
Stress can be broken down into two categories, external stress and internal stress. External stress is anything from an outside source that causes you pain or discomfort (Lamberton and Minor, 2014). Examples of external stress are, the behavior of others, poor health and major life changes such as, bringing home a new baby. Internal stress can come from poor social skills or our self- talk, how we perceive others, suspicious or overanalyzing. The effects of stress are not only the emotional and psychological effects but, can also have negative physical effects.
On the tenth anniversary of the assassination of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., Casar Chavez published an article stating Dr.King ideal and supporting nonviolence resistance. Throughout the article, Chavez explain and convince why through nonviolence resistance a change can be made. Chavez use of rhetorical skill like the use of diction to compare and contrast nonviolence against violence resistance, use repetition, and appeal to human moral and religious belief to help support his argument for nonviolence resistance. The use of the repetition of “we” and “us” show that Chavez is on the people side and are united, which makes the atmosphere more relaxed and less tense.