worshipping or believing in more than one god Mesoptamia Wisdom Literature (this is the handout) 1. Describe the physical and mental circumstances of the writer. physically he is very sick and approaching death, he can’t move or talk mentally he is very sad and disappointed that his gods don’t help him 2. In the writer's view, what is the cause of his problems? His gods don’t help him
c. Emotional abuse: Being threatened, ignored, teased or humiliated. d. Financial abuse: Being overcharged, pressurised into giving/lending money/property. e. Institutional abuse: Not given choice, not being treated as an individual. f. Self -neglect: Not eating or drinking properly, poor personal hygiene, inappropriately dressed not taking medication. g. Neglect: Failure to provide
Unit 55 Outcome 1 1.1 Identify common causes of distress Often causes of distress are through events happening such as a death of a loved one or friend, financial difficulties, relationship problems, illness. 1.2 Describe signs that may indicate an individual is distressed * Lack of concentration * Lack of motivation * Fatigue * Looks pale * Anxiety/panic/worrying * Irritability or short temper * Being tearful 1.3 Explain how distress may affect the way an individual communicates The individual may become withdrawn and avoid social outings, unable to face reality or responsibilities, impact on confidence causing low self esteem , worries easily and become very panicked and anxious, avoids eye contact. 1.4 Explain how working
Complaints frequently include a loss of interest and pleasure, and withdrawal from activities. Feelings of guilt, worthlessness, anxiety, and shame are reported because individuals with major depression view their illness as a moral deficiency. Physical symptoms that suggest emotional distress include unexplained weight loss or weight gain, disturbed sleep, decreased energy, poor eye contact, monosyllabic speech, and indifference to pleasure or joy (Human Diseases, 2006). Subcategories of depression include seasonal affective disorder, postpartum depression, dysthymia, and premenstrual dysmorphic disorder. Seasonal affective disorder is believed to be due to decreased sunlight exposure during the winter months.
this very discontent feeling would further add to the very isolation the Glaspell is trying to portray. How is anyone to feel connected when they much live with a foul personality? “He was a hard man” (Glaspell 181); “Like a raw wind that gets to the bone” (Glaspell 181). He gave his wife a dispirited sense of being. She probably felt smothered by his bleak nature and with the fact that the farmhouse was too isolated for anyone to want to visit, Mrs. Wright was left alone.
In Need of a Catcher His life is spiraling downward. He is drowning in his own self pity. He has no motivation or reason to live and he is slowing slipping away from existence. Such is the existence of Holden Caulfield, the protagonist of J.D. Salinger’s Catcher in the Rye.
In “The Fall of the House of Usher” the narrator notes an incoherence and constancy in his old friend, but he offers little by way of explanation of the condition. As a result, the line between sanity and insanity becomes blurred, which paves the
In the short passage from "Shelter", Gagnon constructs a dark depressing ambiance with one paragraph. She used powerful emotive words, such as "abandoned, enraged, and betrayed" to establish a feeling of hopelessness. Short sentences and plain unembellished language create a sense of urgency and give us insight that the characters are not well educated and come from a lower class. The sentence, "(s)haken by a dry cough, he advanced bent over, as if hit in the stomach. "(paragraph 1 line 4-5) illustrates a written description of how the character struggles with his cough and ability to walk.
Self-neglect generally manifests itself in an older person as a refusal or failure to provide himself/herself with adequate food, water, clothing, shelter, personal hygiene, medication (when indicated), and safety precautions unwilling to accept support from people and unwilling to see friends or family or go out. Signs and symptoms of self-neglect include dehydration, malnutrition, untreated or improperly attended medical conditions, and poor personal hygiene hazardous or unsafe living conditions/arrangements (e.g. improper wiring, no indoor plumbing, no heat, no running water) unsanitary or unclean living quarters (e.g. animal/insect infestation, no functioning toilet, fecal/urine smell) inappropriate and/or inadequate clothing, lack of the necessary medical aids (e.g., eyeglasses, hearing aids, dentures) and grossly inadequate housing or homelessness. Neglect by others: Not assisting with eating when required, not ensuring receiving personal care or adequately clothed refusal or failure to provide an any person with such life necessities as food, water, clothing, shelter, personal hygiene, comfort, personal safety, and other essentials included , leaving individual alone, not assisting individual with communication and mobility needs, Not maintaining clean and safe and secure environment, failing to obtain necessary medical help, not supporting social