Horace states that “Adversity has the effect of eliciting talents which in prosperous circumstances would have lain dormant”. This brings up the question, is adversity good for a person? Horace is saying that adversity helps develop a person and their character. In a time of hardship, people need to find their inner strength to overcome a situation. Adversity happens to everyone in life; some worse than others.
However, there is also another part called Ego that works contrary to what the Id does. So it is completely up to the individual whether which one defeats the other. If the Id wins, then one will be more likely to regret what he or she has done afterwards; whereas if the Ego wins, then one will be more likely to do the right thing. Thus, we must think carefully and consider all the consequences before we do anything because only we are responsible for our own
If a person becomes a drug user this becomes a physical problem that was also created due to the individual being in a bad environment, but this could also be considered a situational problem that was self induces. This type of problem can most of the time be prevented, however if not prevented it can be helped. The Skills Used to Help the Client There are specific skills that a helper must have in order to help those in need, if they do not possess these skills they it can be more harmful than helpful to the client. A helper must have personal skills which include: the ability to listen and watch what the client says is both verbal and nonverbal. A caring heart, compassion, understanding, knowledge, respect for the client, and
Life is full of dangerous challenges and advantages, but depending on how we deal with them is what makes us good or bad people. In the documentary Into Thin Air by Jon Krakauer readers see, that man’s determination really can affect man’s morality. When pushed to the limits one can see people true colors. Examinations of the characters Rob hall, Scot fisher and the author Jon Krakauer will show the individuals true nature. The story really does show one of how people can act and react when they are so close to there dreams and sometimes it can be positive and other times it can be negative.
In Teirsias’s mind he would probably say they were all good people because when they did something wrong they tried to fix it. I don’t see it that way and that’s just me people see things different. You can chose whether to think they are good or bad
1.2Explain why tradionally people with disabilities have been discouraged or prevented from taking risks Traditionally individuals with disabilities have been discouraged or prevented from taking risks to avoid potential harm, situations involving themselves, others and staff. People need to take risks to achieve their aspirations but people who need support may be discouraged from taking risks due to their perceived limitations or due to the fact that others might be harmed or compensation claims being made. There is now a more positive outlook to taking risks recognising that risk taking can have positive benefits for individuals enabling them to do things which most people take for granted. 1.3Describe the links between risk taking and responsibility, empowerment and social inclusion Making risks clear and understood is crucial to empowering individuals and support staff. Risk management doesn’t mean trying to eliminate risk, it’s about managing risks to maximise individual’s choice and control over their own lives.
People can be good or bad irrespective of their family background. For example, ordinary decent families can and do have members of the family that behave badly: are violent, untrustworthy or nasty. Similarly, well-behaved individuals can have dishonest parents and siblings, and yet still be honest, virtuous and have a kind, generous disposition. The second reason why I believe that experience of life is the greatest and most influential factor in determining a person’s behavior is that the environment consists mainly of people, and it is in reacting to people and how people react to you that ultimately influences what kind of person you become. Meeting with nothing but kindness and generosity in one’s fellow man will most probably make you into a kind and generous person yourself.
Hobbies and interests can have negative impact on their lives. They may also feel scared and alone due to this. 1.2 The steps that can be taken to overcome factors of individuals with Sensory Loss are understanding, patients, keep things the same, inform and help with changes, build confidence, appropriate format. √ 1.3 People with sensory loss have problems adjusting to their loss and may go on to have depression or anxiety, lethargy or social unhappiness which can affect their mental and physical well-being. People who remain optimistic may have an improved quality of life while coping with their sensory loss and maintaining their social contacts.
What does this do to the trust that has been built between leaders and followers? Many times what separates leaders from the rest is the fact that they are viewed as competent, trustworthy, and dependable. When someone fails in such crucial areas are marital commitments, financial responsibilities, and sins of other natures, it is viewed as a weakness. Even when they admit fault and responsibility for what they have done, the damage is done. It takes much time and much effort to regain the trust that was once
Nature vs. nurture. There has been many controversies whether which of these theories is correct according as to how we behave. But what is nature and nurture? Nature is the theory that we are who we are because we were born that way and nurture says that we learn to behave a certain way based on our surroundings. Although this theory hasn’t been proven to be true, I believe nurture affects our behavior more than nature.