Unit 12 2.1explain how individuals experience discrimination due to misinformation The attitudes people have towards those of us with mental health problems mean it is harder for them to work, make friends and in short, live a normal life. -People become isolated -They are excluded from everyday activities -It is harder to get or keep a job -People can be reluctant to seek help, which makes recovery slower and more difficult -Their physical health is affected. This is because society in general has stereotyped views about mental illness and how it affects people. Many people believe that people with mental ill health are violent and dangerous, when in fact they are more at risk of being attacked or harming themselves than harming other people.
Guilt and shame could cause suicidal thoughts in a person. When a person is bullied they may end up feeling shameful of their character. In society today many people take their own lives because they can’t handle the stress that they have. In Jocasta’s case she couldn’t handle finding out the truth that she had married her own son. “Servant: It is the fastest of words both to say and to learn: our divine queen, Jocasta is dead.
Durkheim believed that the suicide rate in a country was influenced by two factors; social integration, how well people felt like they belonged to their society, and social regulation, how much their society controlled them. Too much or too little of both integration and regulation increased suicide rates in a country and these suicides could be classified into four types. For example, too much integration increased altruistic suicides because people were over committed to their society they would commit suicide for it. An example of this is suicide bombers. In contrast, societies with too little integration saw an increase in egoistic suicide, as people did not feel like part of something, or put themselves before anyone else.
A person who suffers from anxiety may avoid expressing him/herself due to the fear of making mistakes or being judged. Anxiety causes an overwhelming level of stress which negatively affects communication. 4. It can be tiring and emotionally draining and can lead to yourself becoming depressed. Outcome 2 1. internet,doctor,leaflets,library, friends and colleagues that have been in the same situation 2.
The grief she suffers is what leads to her derangement, and in turn, her own death. Ophelia’s despair causes her to be distraught and even suffer from paranoia. She seems to be extremely absentminded as a result of her father (Polonius’) death, and acts oddly peculiar. She speaks of “tricks i’th’ world”, which reflects how she may be paranoid as the effect of her grief. Others are worried for her and feel as though “Her mood will needs be pitied”.
The motivation for suicide comes from the dynamics of the group itself. Group members who did not participate often talk about feeling guilt over not having “joined” the others. Like all other forms of collective behavior, a mass suicide occurs within a particular context that makes the behavior seem acceptable or inevitable to the participants.” (Locher, 2002) Mass Suicide 2 The attempted suicides at Foxconn are an example of the value-added theory. The workers at Foxconn did not decide to jump off the building because of a loss of reason or because that is what everyone else was doing at the time. The workers were quite literally driven to the edge because of unfair work conditions.
Overall, guilt can change a person’s view of the world in a different perspective. Moreover, guilt can cause people to do foolish things, in which it creates stress in their lives. As a result, it can have a negative effect on their health, emotional state, and how they view themselves as a person. In addition, guilt can greatly affect a person’s self-esteem, by preventing them from moving forward in life. The emotional burden can lead to self-criticism and problems with perfectionism.
Melancholia is seen as a profound presentation of depression involving a complete loss of pleasure in all or almost everything. The process of mourning is viewed as a task to rebuild one’s inner world by experiencing the intense pain of loss that reawakens the loving affect of the lost loved one. The death of a loved one can result in individuals losing their sense of identity. It is suggested that in grieving, the bereaved is letting go of multiple attachments that are involved in the formation of a
Such psychological symptoms can further be manifested as Acute Stress Disorder (ASD) and Post–Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD). Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) is an affliction that can lead to panic attacks, depression, substance abuse or suicidal tendencies. Police brutality does not necessarily guarantee the victim will develop PTSD, but it makes it more likely to occur. Psychological stress often consumes many facets of victims’ lives, adversely affecting job performance, ability to sustain employment, and everyday interactions with family and associates. Moreover, the families of fatally injured victims often suffer many of the same psychological tolls.
Cheating also causes an internal struggle in the person performing said action. Feelings of guilt can overcome a person when they realize that their action can't be reversed. This can be detrimental to their family life, social life, and ultimately health. It has been proven that stress can decrease a person's immune system, causing them to be more prone to being sick. The sicknesses cannot only be physical,