He further goes into how the identity in the fantasy starts controlling the person’s life. The anger starts and begins to form a specific purpose for the person. “Anger and emptiness become the energy and motivating forces behind the fantasy” (Carlisle, 1993, p. 26). Everything around the person is ignored and now they are totally absorbed by their fantasy. Psychodynamic theory backs up Carlisle’s theory by the explanation of the ID, controls the seeking pleasure and impulses.
Thinking before acting can help me make wise decisions. However, some disadvantages would be that I can have a lot less fun in life. There will be experiences that I will miss out on. People that I won’t meet and things I will never do. Question 2: How would you rate your own achievement motivation?
Compare and contrast the existential and cognitive behavioural approaches to understanding and working with fear and sadness. Which one of these two approaches do you feel more drawn to and why. Whilst many people helped shape the early existential psychology movement, Victor Frankel 1905-1997 and Rollo May 1909-1994 are amongst the most renowned. Existential psychotherapy is a philosophical method of therapy that operates on the belief that inner conflict within a person is due to that individual's confrontation with the givens of existence. (Yalom 1980) Existential therapy operates on the belief that inner conflict within a person is due to that individual's perception and fear of the very process of existing and of the inevitability of death .
a) Stanley Milgram designed a study that investigates the effects of authority on obedience. participants were pressured to follow their standards and be responsive to others. In Milgram’s study, participants were torn between hearing the victims pleas and the experimenter’s orders. 3.a) Describe the influence of proximity, physical
If you are on a different schedule then your roommate, you must respect them by keeping your volume down at certain times, whether it’s in the morning or at night. However, at home you control what time you wake up and go to bed. There is no need to worry about disrupting somebody’s sleep. While there are always negatives when having a roommate, there are also positive things. Having a roommate allows you to connect with someone in a way that you never could with others.
But even then, we will find something else to unite different groups so we have something to fight against. Whether it is by race, religion, sexual preference, etc, people will find something wrong with what a person is rather than who they are. Some say that life is easier when you just live among your own kind. You don’t have to adapt. You don’t have to try to understand others.
I love to take responsibility when people can rely on me; thus whenever I could not accomplish it, I blame it on myself. I realized that I am such a Protector when I got the result by skimming back all the things that I have done for my family and my friends. I am an introverted person because I need my own private time to recharge myself. I do not like going to clubs and bars where there are so many people or the music is too loud. I always need to sit alone with soft music to think about what I have done each day in order to get myself ready to do other things.
The context of the text is also more appealing to me: talking about the positive and good things about social media rather than scaremongering and causing dread in just the simple use of them. I also prefer the basic white background with black text rather than the colourful background because it’s a bit distracting and it doesn’t add anything to the text itself. Also the text in the leaflet seems to be comprised mainly of facts and statistics which do not appeal to me nor do they sway my current opinion of social networking as a whole. The leaflet being in leaflet form however is the biggest reason that it doesn’t appeal me. If it were in a form of a website it could perhaps be more enticing and more appealing to me, but alas it is not.
I would not move to an area where I was different than everyone else, in fear of not being accepted. Another example would be to move into a neighborhood that is too expensive and classy. Would they accept me for who I am or would they look down at me? We tend to feel more comfortable with our same ethnic, religious and social groups. Some examples would be, to move to a place where you didn't speak the language; this would make it hard to communicate with your neighbors or your community.
My dream it that we can all live in a happy world, where we can all be friends with everyone, without discrimination of color, religion, nationality and most importantly that we can decide what it better for us. But I know that some times that is not possible because some people do not have that ability, and sometimes their disability to think right is very dangerous in our society. I rather have criminals and mentally ill persons medicated than having to think all the time about what could happen. I know that this way I can be sure in some way that I live in a not totally but in somehow safe world. I think it is sad that government has to force people to be medicated but it is very