They are very complex and fragile people, moved by little things, and their mood swings are absolutely unbearable to those around them. They love hiding in their shell and coming out only when necessary. They are very prone to dark thoughts, and they usually need someone to convince them to snap out of it. Sometimes they just feel they need to think about things and they don't contact anyone, friends and family alike, until they deal with it. They are afraid to trust, and even when they trust you, they do not trust you.
Classical music, most of the time, can positively affect people. Music can be a source of pain relief. When you listen to music, the body releases endorphins to reduce the pain. Relaxing music can slow down your heartbeat. It can also help with your breathing.
Insanity or Insecurity Society, It is always changing, just like the people in it. No one wants to look out of place in the world so they do what they can to fit in. Everyone does it differently it might be acting a certain way, or changing style, but with fitting in comes rejection. Just like trying to fit in, dealing with rejection is done differently, most people try to fix the problem before they start to get labeled. In the book “One Flew Over The Cuckoo's Nest” Ken Kesey shows that the “insanity” of the patients is really just normal insecurities and their label as insane by society is immoral.
Censorship of music is the practice of restriction in the lyrics or the scenes of musical works. Some people think that censorship is needed to protect the listeners from the negative feelings, messages and the languages used in some songs; others believe that censorship acts as constraint to their freedom. The process of music censorship has been realized for years now but this issue still remains to be debatable. There are several factors contributing to music censorship. Morality plays an important role in music censorship; violence, drugs and sex are topics that are spread nowadays in many songs and these kinds of songs break the traditional moral order in many parts of society.
Stout explains that this dangerous if a victim does not seek help and is treated properly. She describes how her patients are unable to control when they go into a dissociated state; they are also struggling with the feeling that they are going crazy or insane. They are often unable to distinguish reality and their own mental worlds when they go into a dissociated state. People who suffer from this disorder cannot always know the difference between reality and their mind’s reality. Most people do experience their own world in their minds whether they are dreaming or watching a show or movie, but can then leave this mental world and know when they are returning reality.
Sexuality’s Effects on the Psyche Sexuality is defined as the capacity for sexual feelings relate to a person’s sexual orientation, sexual preference and sexual behavior. In many therapy sessions, clients don’t know how to talk about sexuality and the issues that surround it. Society’s view on sexuality it has made talking about sex awkward and embarrassing, leaving many unable to cope with sexual issues when they arise. But sexuality is a vital part a person’s health, and if these issues are not resolved the patient will not be able to live a flourishing life. Both therapists and patients can feel uncomfortable when talking about sexuality.
Lastly, fearfully attached adults are characterized as being uncomfortable with intimacy and commitment as a result of memories of previous traumas. These experiences lead them to think they are “unlovable and that others are uncaring and unavailable to meet their needs.” (Vohs & Finkel 2006, pg.
6). In numerous situations, one mistaken word can mean getting severely reprimanded for or, even being let go from a position, for using a word or phrase that is politically incorrect. Most people in today’s society know that not using politically correct terms can create this disharmony. Because of this, people become very uncomfortable around others who embody politically charged traits. Not being able to work with individuals of different backgrounds significantly hinders our personal and societal development.
Its fine melody creates a special mood which for me does not fit with the content of the song. Nevertheless, this is also a heartbreaking song about a failed love. However, this time, the author is a victim rather than the negative character. Luckily for me, I cannot associate my feelings with the ones expressed in the song. However, the song appeals to me mostly due to its vision of how everything could be since she sings “we could have had it all/ rolling in the deep” (“Rolling”).