While a little amount of fear and lack of trust might be necessary, excess of these things is not good and prevents one from doing a lot of things including difficulty in communicating effectively. It is important that service users trust the service providers because the service user may not take the service providers advice with could be potentially dangerous or even life threatening. Some conditions, such as having a stroke, being depressed or having other mental health problems may affect an individual’s ability to communicate, because they affect the person’s
A boundary must then be set around the behaviour by communicating why the behaviour is inappropriate and informing the aggressor. Discussing the behaviour with the aggressor by telling them how it affects other people feel must be done. You must then identify and communicate consequences to the aggressor if the behaviour does not stop. Submissive Behaviour Submissive behaviour is when a person is shy from telling a person how they really feel and not seeking to achieve their needs, particularly when other people have conflicting needs. A submissive person usually fears upsetting others because they do not wish to hurt their feelings or fear them.
The victims of discriminatory abuse could get less favourable treatment than other people because they are different. Indicators that discriminatory abuse is taking place could be that the person withdraws themselves from society because they feel are being discriminated against, or the victim could become stressed due to getting less favourable treatment which could then lead to health issues such as lack of sleep or ulcers. Domestic Abuse This is when there is a pattern of abusive and controlling behaviour within a relationship through which the abuser seeks power over their victim, which also tends to get worse over time. The abuser is not always a partner; it could be an ex-partner or even family members, although it is only considered domestic abuse if the victim is over 16 years of age. The main indicators of domestic abuse could be that the victim has unexplained injuries that could have been done by the abuser.
Atchiphobia is not only fear of failure but also a fear of defeat and fear of success. For a person with a phobia such as fearing that they can not successfully complete something means that most people with atychiphobia will not take on a task unless they are positive that they can complete it. If this person with this fear believes that they can not complete the task successfully then that person will simply just not begin the task. If an atychiphobia person is faced to do a task they think they can not complete successfully and is forced to do it then panic attacks can arise. Having a fear of failure can cause a person to lose a great deal of their quality of life.
Furthermore, the idea of conscience can be limited through feelings such as guilt. Our actions may be influence if we feel guilty about something. For instance, telling a friend what they want to hear rather than the actual truth. Similarly, some political laws will limit our conscience as we have no choice but to live by them. It is argued that if we yield to this pressure it limits our
Restrictive intervention may not be used on a regular basis as you can demoralise that individual and could potentially cause more challenging behaviour. 1.4 When used restrictive intervention, you have to inform the senior on shift and at staff hand over. You would also need to complete a BRC (behaviour recording chart) and to inform Safe Guarding and possibly CQC. 1.5 When dealing with challenging behaviour, you have to try and avoid using restrictive interventions because it could harm the individual and cause him/her to be more distressed. Restrictive interventions is illegal if the individual hasn’t had risk assessments and support plan written up to say it’s for his/her best interest and the staff, public and other residents own safety.
To me the main reason why luv is so misunderstood is because the word TRUTH doesn't play its part. It could be that u are not being TRUE to urself about the relationship. Or it could be that they are not telling u the TRUTH about how they really feel. Wuteva the situation is, people need to understand that when the Truth is told, the relationship will be exactly what u want it to be. Many times, people get scared of the truth and try to hide from it.
Whenever an individual becomes distressed they may experience the sense of "self" being compromised, as in low self esteem, effective communication may suffer as an individual feels withdrawn or stressed. This lack of confidence may appear as: passive or even aggressive depending on level of irritability. Distress can also make a person feel insecure about how they are coming across when they try to communicate. Because their self esteem drops at this point, they are likely to mess up their communication or choose not to communicate at
An Individual If person is discriminate he or she can fill excluded. This can lead to the person being withdrawn, avoiding social contacts and living in his/her “own word” , where the result would be usually depression. Discrimination also affects the quality of life. Person who has been discriminated may not receive quality services, his/her needs may not be met, which will cause for the person being unhappy and feeling miserable. Discrimination could also lead to loss of self-esteem, feeling stressed and unable to cope, loss of motivation, restricted
2.1- Explain why individuals might be reluctant to raise concerns and make complaints. If a staff member wishes to raise concern or make a complaint, it can sometimes be difficult as they don’t want to upset their team members or cause any friction. The complaint could lead to an investigation that could possibly lead to suspension of another team member and this would have a huge impact on the complainant. Feelings of guilt, anxiety and regret are all factors that would contribute to complainants being reluctant to raising concerns or make