It correctly interpreted that I am more positive past orientated than negative passed orientated. However, it depicted me more as a present-fatalistic person instead of a present-hedonistic person. Present-fatalistic individuals essentially do not see a bright future and think their fate has been foreordained. They additionally score high in aggression, nervousness and depression, in light of the fact that they regularly see themselves as helpless and view life as unfair. That information does not relate to me at all except for a couple of things.
However, one cannot numb painful memories without also numbing joyful memories. One must suppress all feelings in order to numb painful feelings. People with PTSD often avoid even pleasant activities, including those that were pleasurable before the trauma-such as travel, babies, hobbies or relaxation." (Glenn R. Schiraldi, 2009, p. 10) Often times, people with PTSD feel disconnected from others. They feel as though they cannot relate to others because they are different and no one will understand what they are feeling or going through.
They may find it difficult to carry out physical tasks due to sensory loss. A person is unique and may have had different life experiences which means the way dementia affects them is personal to them. They have different likes/ dislikes and needs so we must try to meet these the best we can. 1.3 A person with dementia may feel excluded from society because the way they are treated by other's. They may not be given the oppourtunity to be involved just because other's haven't got the time of day for them.
2.2 Any form of prejudice and discrimination can have a severe negative effect throughout a person’s life. Being undervalued by peers can make a person feel isolated and lonely. A child’s confidence and self esteem will become less and less the more they are discriminated against. They will start not wanting to be involved in activities, stop putting their hand up to ask questions. This in turn will affect their learning and ability to interact.
Due to her domineering presence this meant that any chance that child A’s mother had of being able to fulfil her role as the primary carer was undermined and must have caused great stress and tension within the family unit. This is picked up on by the child who will often display negative behaviour just before a home visit in the hope that care staff will cancel it. This would remove the burden of saying she doesn’t want to go herself which she feels would be like rejecting her family. This finally leads me to the grandfather who would have been the only male to have been involved in child A’s development but he appears to have taken a very minor role and chose to stay in the background letting his domineering wife pull the family strings. This meant again that child A had no dominant male role model in her life and reinforced the grandmother’s matriarchal role.
They feel the need to because no one else will. That line of thought normally comes from having parents who constantly disapprove and ignore their children. They don’t feel like they can escape so some children turn to imaginary friends, others to bad behaviors, and others to self-love, or narcissism. A child being taken away from their parents does more to their mind than anyone can imagine. And children don’t know how to coop so they do the best the can.
Julia, Seth, and children who have abusive childhoods all found a way to cope with their problems BUT NOT SOLVE THEM. They are able to be “separated from everything familiar,” and be “pushed into a new state of consciousness” (Armstrong 25). The issue however that arises from dissociation is that these people are unable to grasp reality. They are unsure of what is right and what is wrong sometimes and do not understand why this happens. Many people who do not realize these dissociative experiences are greatly affected.
Sixes will fight for their beliefs or family and friends more so than they would for themselves. The reason for this intense loyalty is that at their core Sixes are insecure and have anxiety, so they don’t want to be abandoned and left without their support system (i.e. friends and family). When I am really true with myself I see that most of the characteristics of a Type 6 reflect my personality even the negative attributes. Some negative attributes ascribed to a Six that honestly reflect me are as follows: critical of self when expectations are not met, procrastinating due to fear of failure, worry about being taking advantage of, and always scanning for danger.
When Mignon McLaughlin “It’s the most unhappy, people who most fear change” conveys how people do not want the days past by fast because their fear of change. The fear of change can come from things that had happen to people in their lives. During this phase of denying change people may get lonely and lye to themselves or to the people around them. In the novel Catcher in the Rye by J.D. Salinger shows how Holden Caulfield follow a track of rejecting change, being lonely, and lying to the people that care for him.
Dreams are base upon working. You can set a goal but you have to work towards it to reach it. Many people sometimes think things should be given to them easier. I feel you must work for the thing you want. Working for something helps you to appreciate it more.