How are these stressors affecting Jennifer’s self-concept and self-esteem? Jennifer’s self-esteem has been lower because she doesn’t see her husband much and she has suffer the loss of a baby. When you have a miscarriage it is a blow to your self-esteem because it’s supposed to be the one thing that every woman can do. You need a few things to make it throw a miscarriage your husband for support and she doesn’t have his support as much as she may need it because she has to commute to and from work. Next after a miscarriage you suffer from wanting to replace the baby you lost with becoming pregnant again Jennifer is under great pressure just
Matthew McHale 301 Assessment. Task B Case study You are a social care worker and a service user, Hannah, tells you that she is unhappy taking her new medication. She thinks she does not need it and so she is throwing it away. You know from her care plan that Hannah does need to take the medication regularly and gets confused. Hannah begs you to keep this confidential and not tell anyone especially her daughter, who she sees regularly, as her daughter will be very angry.
Case Diagnosis: A Study of General Anxiety Disorder Abstract Although General Anxiety Disorder (GAD) affects both men and women, women seem especially susceptible to this disorder. As more women have entered the work force in the past quarter of a century, their work load has grown extensively. Some have called it the second shift where women work all day outside of the home and then return home to still carry out the responsibilities of the household most times without any assistance. Stress has been identified as the precursor to many physical as well as mental ailments including GAD. Women must learn new coping strategies if they are to combat anxiety that is most often stress induced.
Law Enforcement and Social Services Agencies were so unsympathetic towards victims of domestic violence that at times women feel ashamed and even scared to report occurrence of abuses they experience form their abusers. Francine Hughes, with this acquittal, has become a symbol in the fight against domestic violence. Today we observe different agencies synchronizing their efforts to take preventive measures to fight against this evident fact. Social services have created programs like shelters for battered women. We also have different not-for- profit organizations in existence because of funding that the government and the private sector have provided to create awareness.
Her mother left when she was when she was 7 years old and although she has since found out more about the situation, her father never spoke about it at the time. She is currently in a relationship but this also has its up and downs, which she blames on herself. Initial consultation Miss K is ready to move forward with her life she often feels that she has no control over it. She would like to understand and address the issues that are holding her back in her relationship and also at work and take control. Due to her anxiety and panic attacks she recognises that she is placing more and more restrictions on her life.
Juliet also shows many classic signs of bipolarity. According to the article “Bipolar Disorder and Suicide” symptoms of bipolarity include “poor judgment, feeling hopeless and helpless, withdrawing from others and are unable to think clearly”. People with similar symptoms that last more 1 week may be experience manic or depression episodes. An episode is a strong mood swing which is caused by a brain disorder known as bipolar disorder. In Romeo and Juliet, Juliet shows she feels hopeless when she threatens to stab herself if she doesn’t find a way to get out of her upcoming arranged marriage.
Melinda thought there was something wrong with her, like she was useless. She had a lot of trouble making friends and when she did make a friend her depression drove them away. Melinda's depression even caused her to cut herself and contemplate committing suicide. Melinda's depression could have been avoided if she had learned to overcome her past earlier. Next, if you don't overcome your past, you will never be able to get on with your life.
Men can have an adverse effect on women’s lives, these relationships can cause inner turmoil in the lives of those women involved. Ophelia from Hamlet and Linda Lowman from Death of a Salesman are prime examples of how these relationships can turn their lives for worse. Many do no realize what they are giving up to keep the calm, or are so blind that they feel a sense of normality in their lives. Both of these women let their men basically have total control of their entire being, which resulted in both their lives ending in tragedy. These women are both heading for disaster; they let these men treat them as they see fit and do not take Linda and Ophelia’s feelings into consideration.
As the movie progresses we also learn Susanna was hurt as a child will could lead her to hold that against her parents and be unable to become attached to them. As the psychiatrist says she engages in promiscuous behavior which if not protected can lead to stds which has severe comlications. Strengths: Susanna does not seem to care what others think about her Weaknesses: Will never be able to fully be happy and or comfortable with a normal relationship Attachment issues Risks: Death Damaging friendships and family relationships Drug use r/t depression STDs r/t promiscuous behavior Plan/Intervention: As the movie shows someone like Susanna suffering from this illness needs to be institutionalized immediately and seek the help of a psychiatrist to begin to get a better grip on her illness. One on one counseling is the best for Susanna even though she doesn’t seem to respond to it. Another benefit would be incorporating her parents into more sessions because I believe half of the issue lies with them.
Research Proposal Thesis: It is unjust to women not having choice towards undergoing the surgical performance of Female Genital Mutilation in certain parts of the world. Three Main Arguments: Argument One- Mentally scaring someone - Traumatizing them making them has thoughts about wishing they were male instead of a female, and have low self-esteem. Argument Two- Forcing girls to undergo this procedure against their will, and they do this at such a young age Argument Three- Physical Health Concerns, many girls die because of this procedure. They can many different health problems related with female circumcision History: Female Genital Mutilation was first recorded in Europe. There are many different beliefs, one included that it was rooted by the bisexuality of gods.