Using my own experiences I hope to explore these issues within this essay and in doing so highlight my awareness of how these issues can affect a client and how therapy may help during the healing process. Abuse occurs when people mistreat or misuse other people. They may show no concern for their integrity or innate worth as individuals and in a manner that degrades their well being. Abusers will control their victims into submission or compliance, sometimes this is done in such a way that the person has no idea it is happening to them. My husband and I got a dog named Maisy, she had been ill-treated.
Suffering drags you to look deeper into yourself. To prove his point he provides example by using credibility (ethos) of theologian Paul Tillich and he wrote, “people who endure suffering are taken beneath the routine of life and find they’re no who they believed themselves to be.” Suffering has different impact on people. From the article present us the information of Fanklin Roosevelt how he came back deeper and more empathetic after getting affected by Polio. As to the audience it’ll motivate them to overcome when they face adversity in their life. Many people through various social media share their appreciation to this article.
Proponents view expediting death as an action of merciful compassion in that it may be the only way to relieve intolerable suffering and to allow individuals to have control of their own lives (Pretzer, 2000). Although some argue it is unethical for doctors to actively assist in ending someone’s life, some also argue that not doing so in certain situations would actually be more unethical. I feel that doctors have the obligation to do no harm to patients, but to the best of their ability at all times. The supporters of physician- assisted interpret this to mean that physicians should do anything they can to keep patients out of prolonged pain and suffering (Battin, 1998). It is the duties and responsibility of a doctor to assist a dying patient in having a comfortable, easy death, which in some cases may call for physician-assisted suicide, assuming it is the patient’s wish.
When it comes to the life of a loved one, making life amending decisions can be difficult. Human instinct is to want your loved ones to be with you as long as possible; but is it really worth it to you if they are miserable, suffering, and acceptant of the situation? As human beings, we have the natural impulse to want to take on the burden of helping a family member rejuvenate their life and become a functioning member of society again. Physician-assisted suicide and euthanasia has advantages as well as disadvantages. You often have to take into consideration all the issues and people involved.
Assisted Suicide Assisted suicide is a moral issue argued for many years. Those that support assisted suicide believe people have the moral right to choose what they do with their lives as long as it does not harm others. Those that oppose assisted suicide believe society has the moral responsibility to protect life. I do not support assisted suicide unless the person is terminally ill, suffering, and has no hope of recovery. Upon reading Susan Wolf’s tragic account of her fathers’ suffering and eventual death, I support the position of assisted suicide.
Even today, there is debate on the subject of a patient’s right to die and the position that physicians take in the matter. Assisted suicide should be acknowledged globally because it alleviates both fear and pain, and shortens the painful process of
ASSISTED SUICIDE: A RIGHT OR A WRONG? Assisted Suicide: A Right or a Wrong? INTRODUCTION Assisted Suicide is a widely argued ethical issue. Any situation that involves a decision to end one person’s life always turns into a competing ethical dilemma about how the decision should be made. Now a good number of people feel that human life should be preserved whenever possible, regardless of their health condition, for life is a special gift bestowed by God and only he alone decides when to give life and when one’s life should be taken away.
Although most last just a moment, some flashbacks can be “long and arduous, as well as very powerful.” Sometimes the victim may not even appear to be more than distracted or unresponsive. (“Flashbacks…”) Distraction is caused by a permanent “heavy mind”. Whether they are directly thinking about the experience or not, the sexual abuse is constantly in the back of their mind. Victims find it difficult to open up to others, especially when sharing what had happened to them. In order to conceal their story, “victims may sacrifice their cognitive abilities”.
I realized how effective group therapy can be for individuals especially those that are dealing with issues that are largely stigmatized. Even if a therapist has an addiction we are not to let a client know, which is a different experience for that individual. Therapists can give expertise thought and discussion but they cannot give the individual the same acceptance that one could get from a group meeting. I think it is important to know our limitations with our work and know when to incorporate other resources. In reference to the disease model, it separates the person and the disease, that they are two different entities.
In the Counseling profession, my Strength is my compassion and general desire to connect with people on a deep level. I want to know why one person’s past can affect their future and all those they come in contact with or why one chooses to bury an event and it takes another event, tragic or joyous to bring those feeling to the surface. My Weakness is my tendency to get to personally involved with a problem, event, or person. This is the component in the Counseling profession that I know will give me the most challenges but in turn will help me gain the most experience from the mistakes that I am bound to make. The Opportunity is that I am a person that takes criticism well.