Between all the physical and mental abuse from both parents and the poor school results, NAME managed to push through and successfully complete year 10. Year 11 brought an increase in school work and class work, as well as a zero tolerance for not handing in class and homework. A few months in, NAME gave up and stopped attempting, he stopped going to class and spent days isolated in his bedroom. NAME’s family made an attempt to enrol him in a media course at TAFE but he later dropped out of that as well, and begun to enter a deep depression from all the abuse and issues that he was
Her husband works every day and is consumed in work. Mary feels overwhelmed taking care of these two young children constantly. She is feeling depressed because she misses her old lifestyle, going out and having fun. Her husband is never home, and she feels her marriage isn’t the fairytale she imagined. She decides to get a babysitter and heads out for a night with the girls.
Jenna Riley Case Study Team B NUR/427 November 11, 2013 Karen Rousseau Jenna Riley Case Study Jenna Riley is a 14- year- old teenage girl, who lives with her mother and younger brother. She is often left home alone to care for her brother and soon starts to believe she is unworthy. She is a good student and has a good share of friends, however, Jenna starts to feel unaccepted by her peers and corresponds that unacceptance because of her excessive weight. She is self-conscious about how she looks and knows she needs to lose weight, but lacks the confidence needed to do so. She is unaware of the damage she is doing to her health by her binge eating and secretly eating unhealthy foods.
Scenario- Jenny and Mark have been rowing constantly since Emma was born six weeks ago. Mark was uncertain about being a father but hoped he would feel better when the baby arrived. He really wanted a son, Jenny had a long and difficult labour, and has been physically weak and weepy since she came out of hospital. Mark has left and gone to live with his mother. Both Jenny and Mark want to make the marriage work, but they are hardly on speaking terms.
Her parents have recently divorced and she is missing her dad. She finds it hard to talk about the situation at home to her friends. She attends a youth club on Monday and Friday evenings. Pete, the youth leader, has noticed that she has changed quite a lot in the last few weeks. She seems moody and does not want to be involved with the activities.
She also struggles at a young age with her parents leaving her and her brother to move to the United States and leaving them to stay with their aunt and uncle in Haiti. In life, there are many illnesses families has to deal with. In the Danticat family, they have to deal with the illness of her father and uncle. Her father has ------ and is given 6 to 18 months to live. He is constantly coughing and spitting up mucus.
When Melissa Cooper-Prince’s eleven-year marriage suddenly ended last year, she was disillusioned, angry, and heartbroken. “I felt blindsided. I needed an emotional outlet,” so the Rockford mother began painting while her children, Hannah, 9, and Cooper, 4, were visiting their father. At first she created small, simple watercolors, but as she became more immersed in the cathartic process, she ventured into other media—as well as more technically, and emotionally, challenging compositions. Having taken only three Art and Design courses at Hope College many years ago, Cooper-Prince had limited experience as an artist, but she realized that “it was a form of therapy” as she would become lost in her art for hours and hours reflecting on her life with and without her husband.
I kept this child for 6 days in which he had told me many stories of being at home with mom and dad whom were both alcoholic and poverty stricken. This child had done numerous unruly things and would fly off the handle many times throughout the day. A foster family finally took him in and I would see them periodically from week to week and they would say he was doing good, he needed guidance and someone to listen to him more than anything. When I last seen the foster parents after about 9 months of having the child I was shocked to hear that they no longer had him because he had stabbed one of their other foster children with his pencil. They said he did well at first, but seemed to have some psychological problems that were stemming from his home life.
1 Sarah is a teenager, she dropped out of high school because of she has got a child. She lives at home with his mother and sister who initially help her with child, but after a while they did not bother to help her as much anymore, and she must take care of here own at home. She has no father because he died last year. she is tired of her child, she never comes out the door. she gets bored she feels lonely, she would like to return to school.
Most prople would call her family dysfunctional and chaotic. Her dad was a raging alcoholic, and Angie had not seen her mother in years. Angie;s sisters played the mother roll in her life, but as her sisters got older they went their there separate ways leaving angie to fend for herself. As the years went by Angie and her dad would have their good days and their bad days, and her school life was about the same. Angies father who worked as a construction worker who hardly went to work because he would have so many sick days from the alcholol, so Angie didn’t