The person may suffer with responses that are un appropriate in certain situations as well as the usual signs (rapid heartbeat, sweating and nervousness. Anxiety disorders include post-traumatic stress, obsessive compulsive disorder and phobias. Psychotic disorders - involve distorted awareness and thinking. People experience images and sounds that are not real. The ill people believe they are true despite being shown evidence.
In addition, those who undergo or encounter prolonged exposure to a series of traumatic instances and long lasting unnatural functions of emotional and social occurences tend to develop a more complicated form of PTSD called C-PTSD or Complex Post Traumatic Stress Syndrome. Individuals who suffer from PTSD tend to re-experience the traumatic event or events in some way and because of this they attempt to avoid certain places, people related to the incident and things that remind them of the event. PTSD sufferers are also extremely sensitive to normal life
According to general strain theory, individuals experiencing strain may develop negative emotions, including anger, when they see adversity as imposed by others, resentment when they perceive unjust treatment by others, and depression or anxiety when they blame themselves for the stressful consequence. These negative emotions, in turn, necessitate coping responses as a way to relieve internal pressure. Responses to strain may be behavioural, cognitive, or emotional, and not all responses are delinquent. General strain theory, however, is particularly interested in delinquent adaptations. General strain theory identifies various types of delinquent adaptations, including escapist (e.g., drug use), instrumental (e.g., property offences), and retaliatory (e.g., violent offences) outcomes.
Introduction People with borderline personality disorder tend to have moods, unstable relationships and usually a very poor self-image. It is also accompanied by self-mutilation, suicidal behaviour, gestures or threats. The question that needs to be answered is: why is it so difficult to identify and diagnose borderline personality disorder? A detailed discussion will follow in order to gain some clarity on the problems related with identifying and diagnosing the disorder. 2.
Compassion fatigue can eventually affect one’s personal relations, as it can cause the caregiver to withdraw, isolate, or detach oneself if unaddressed. Failure to cope with work stressors can even lead to risky behaviors, such as alcohol or substance abuse. Compassion
Shame or Guilt What exactly is the difference between shame and guilt? Shame, closely relative to guilt, is a painful feeling caused by the thought of being guilty, flawed, or indecent. It underlines the question, “what is wrong with me”; setting off an emotional disappoint about something within you, our basic nature. Guilt is that bothered conscience like feeling we get shamelessly knowing we did something wrong. In most cases we tend to feel unworthy, ashamed, or embarrassed with our actions which ties it to what is right and what is wrong, morality and immorality.
Mental disorders such as anxiety and depression fall into this category of abnormal behaviour, as the person’s behaviour affects their emotions and feelings. Another category of abnormality is disability or behavioural dysfunction is the inability to lead a normal life due to an impairment of some form. Be it a physical disability or a phobia which inhibits you doing certain things, e.g. a fear of
To further explain, false memory syndrome consists of a combination of mistaken perceptions as well as false beliefs. Although it is undeniable that the accuracy of human memories can be compromised by certain factors such as age, emotions and medical conditions, false memory syndrome are caused by memories that are deeply ingrained in one’s entire personality and lifestyle. Some of the reasons as to why this syndrome occurs include false beliefs and accusations of past traumatic events, Breuer’s theory of hypnosis state, depression, and hallucination. One of the main reasons that trigger this syndrome is one’s false beliefs and accusations regarding their own personal traumatic experience. Such cases usually involve the victims of sexual abuse that is left with repressed memories after their traumatic incident.
This incompetence can cause considerable harm to vulnerable clients (Zur, Ph.D., n.d.). Causes of Burnout Possible causes of burnout may be individual personality, cultural, organizational, lack of social support, supervisory, or perfectionist, has high stress and frustration levels, impatient, quick to anger, and loves to compete.
If confronted with the infrastructure of their phobia, the person will encounter ample affliction that can conflict with everyday functions; if can periodically cause them complete panic (Cervone and Pervin, 2010). Furthermore, for some individuals the slight idea of his phobia is exceedingly stressful. Phobias can be a crippling presence in someone’s life. The depletion of output and adaptability, because of a person’s phobia can be extreme. An understanding of psychology can help an individual grab control to escape from the fear.