A submissive person usually fears upsetting others because they do not wish to hurt their feelings or fear them. Submissive people also usually assume that they are to blame for things, even if they are not. They also accept culpability when singled out by others. Avoidance Behaviour Avoidance behaviour is when a person distracts themselves from an activity or task to which an unpleasant emotion is attached to. Usually this emotion is fear.
Unit 393: Understand Sensory Loss Sensory loss is an impairment of any of the senses. Without probably realising we use these senses to carry out everyday life. Sensory loss can lead to isolation and frustration for individuals who suffer with these losses. Factors may be simple things we take for granted, for example people who have difficulty hearing and seeing may not be able to enjoy watching TV, a telephone conversation, or be able to distinguish between people’s faces and so on. People’s attitudes and beliefs towards people with sensory difficulties may impact negatively on individuals as they may assume that they lack understanding; quite often it may be those who are making assumptions who are acting incorrectly in accordance with the impairment; for example, people may use a raised voice when speaking to someone with a visual impairment.
People resist change for several reasons. Some people resist change because of poor communication. The changes may not be communicated thoroughly or efficiently therefore leaving people confused and more inclined to resist; miscommunication can cause resistance. Fear of the unknown is also a reason to resist change. People may be scared to do something different because they don't know what the outcome will be; they are scared to take a chance or a risk.
Neglect by others: Neglect by other is a passive form of abuse, when a partner or friend is no longer able to tend to his or her own needs and you are aware of those needs but choose not to tend to them. Aii: The different signs and symptoms to look for when trying to identify any type of abuse are very complex and you have to be cautious not to confuse them with the clients normal behaviour. Physical - Unexplained bruises, scratches, cuts, fractures, broken bones, or broken teeth. Sexual – Bruises to the
If one’s parents did not care for them appropriately when they were a child, they would most likely have general hostility, which would bring them back to their anxiety. Horney also believed any adolescent would attempt to put an end to this type of discord in three varying ways. The adolescent would either move towards people, move against them, or move away from them. If the adolescent embraces a healthy personality the
They may say they hear voices telling them what to do. Schizophrenia is one type of psychosis, it is a lack of insight, and they hallucinate, and have feelings of persecution. They may have suffered damage to their personalities as a child, which makes them powerless to control their impulses. They go with their need without thinking about if it’s right or wrong or the
| This can be related to Argyle’s Theory of Communication because if the patient, staff member or client has an idea then they won’t be able to communicate that idea because they may feel like they are an outsider. | Self Esteem | Effective communication empowers people to value others and build a positive self-image and may also build their confidence. | However, if there is a lack of communication the client or patient may feel that they can’t voice their opinions or ideas because of their lack of confidence and self-esteem. | This can be related to Argyle’s Theory of Communication because if the patient, staff member or client has an idea then they won’t be able to communicate that idea because they may feel like they are an outsider and may even feel like they aren’t
The difference Jung has with Freud’s theory of infantile sexuality and libido. Jung refused to accept that sexual instinct is the main psychological drive which led him to develop his own theory and therefore his own school of analytic psychology. The two characteristics of these theories I agree with are Alder’s four types of people and dream interpretation aided the treatment of patients. The two that I disagree with are Jung’s analytic psychology and Displacement is one of many defense mechanisms which are when a person is upset or angry with someone else and when he or she comes around other people they are still upset taking their anger out on people that had nothing to do with why she or he is
Complex somatic system disorders (CSSD) is a group of disorders involving physical symptoms or complaints that have no physiological basis; believed to occur due to an underlying psychological conflict or need. Conversion disorder is characterized by a significant loss of physical functions, impairments in sensory or motor functioning controlled by the voluntary nervous system that suggest a neurological disorder but with no underlying medical cause. People with this disorder actually cling to ill health. Factitious disorder is a mental disorder in which a person acts as if he/she has a physical or mental illness when, in fact he/she has consciously created the symptoms. They deliberately create or exaggerate symptoms or even hurt themselves to bring on symptoms; they have a need to be seen as ill or
If these needs are not satisfied right away, then the result is a state of tension and anxiety. In reality, immediately satisfying our needs or wants is not even possible. If we were ruled by the pleasure principle, we would find ourselves doing things we might not normally do just to satisfy our own wants which could be disruptive and unacceptable. In Freud’s psychoanalytic theory of personality, the primary process works to resolve the tension that is created by the pleasure principle. The primary process acts as the id’s defense mechanism discharging any tension created by the pleasure principle.