I take her comments to heart as a personal attack that I’m either not feeding them enough or that I’m spoiling them too much. I feel it has a lot to do with my low self esteem on my part when it comes to being a parent or on any other topic that I feel insecure about. For others it can be that they are generally defensive all of the time and perceive negative judgments in anything said to them instead of on separate issues. Responding defensively happens when you have a bad perception of the person’s message; you perceived the person doesn’t like/ respect/ trust you and expresses it in their communication. (4) The downfall of responding defensively all of the time though may discourage others from being so honest with their remarks.
Mainly, most people in this situation cannot enjoy their life and they cannot take risky steps that would make their life better because they are always afraid of what people might have to say about them. Lack of assertiveness may be another cause of lack of confidence. People who cannot express their opinions and needs are often ignored and not much respected. People need to learn how to be assertive, so other people can understand their needs and respect them. Lack of assertiveness has some effect on people who suffer from it.
This tenant does not get much support due to this which impacts on practice, staff are not able to complete tasks with her, and not able to physically monitor her well being. Staff then have to be creative in the way they work with her and constantly problem solve in order to have contact with her and meet service requirements. The second category is impaired language and communication skills. Individuals may not be able to communicate effectively, inability to take part in conversations properly or may not be able to verbally express themselves due to a speech impediment. This can impact on practice if an individual is not able to express themselves effectively it will be harder to know what their needs and wishes are.
They can also be discriminated against by people overwhelming them too much. For example when someone insists on helping them with everything because by helping them with everything they are still being treated as if they are something less than human. Still they are being treated as obviously different and in doing so it can also make them offended and lose confidence in the things they are capable of doing themselves. Individual with additional needs are also not employed because of their disability as they are seen as less skill people. This can be a barrier for them because it means they cannot achieve their own dreams and goals in life as well cannot be independent and control over their life.
Communication:is a very important part of very day life, for people with sensory loss (blindness, deafness and deaf-blindness) communication can be made very difficult in a number of ways. If the people who are caring for them be it family or care worker, i they are not trained in different communication methods for example braille, makaton sign language , then the person maybe left to feel lonely, angry, they may also get agitated due to the fact they can not communicate to others their wants, needs ad feelings, this could also make the person show negative behaviour i.e. hitting them selfs or others, shouting. Information: By making sure clear, concise information is readily available n different formats; braille, large type, or spoken is essential to make sure everyone is able to understand the information that is being given. Every person will have their own needs/ methods of communication be it spoken, signed or objects such as picture cards that can be used to help them understand information.
Some employers think that people with learning disabilities cannot be independent and would not be able to keep a job. People that stereotype others are at a disadvantage as they ignore the diversity within a group and convey negative vibes and attitudes; Sutton & Stewart (2008), state that ‘stereotyping allows no room for individuality, and is generally negative. It stems from our deeply embedded, and often condition, conviction about others, and may be due to fear or lack of understanding about people different to ourselves. In a counselling setting, this would cause harm to the client and damage the relationship between the counsellor and the client as is suggested by Sutton & Stewart (2008), ‘stereotyping can have a damaging effect on the therapeutic alliance. To remain neutral, and to prevent putting barriers in the way, counsellors need to listen to themselves carefully for any signs of ‘putting their client into a niche`.
These individuals are usually excluded from learning and development activities due to these disabilities. Negative and harmful attitudes towards learning activities affect how they are implemented and supported. If an individual does not want to participate you cannot force them to and if you do then they won't pay attention which will make it harder to
The way you react to emotionally driven, nonverbal cues affects both how you understand other people and how they understand you. If you are out of touch with your feelings, and don’t understand how you feel or why you feel that way, you’ll have a hard time communicating your feelings and needs to others. This can result in frustration, misunderstandings, and conflict. When you don’t address what’s really bothering you, you often become embroiled in petty squabbles instead—arguing with your spouse about how the towels should be hung, for example, or with a coworker about whose turn it is to restock the copier. Emotional Intelligence provides you the tools for understanding both yourself and other people, and the real messages they are communicating to you.
This is extremely important as it relates to competitive advantage and non public information. Another example is inappropriate or offensive behavior. Management does not want the names of those offended being released for fear of backlash, and or other employees attempting to torture or harass those individuals. From an employee perspective, it is often difficult to grasp being dismissed from a job without a reason being provided. Most of the time employees are left wondering what happened.
Thus, being able to reach out to people you may not have, otherwise, been able to ever meet. One of the biggest disadvantages to friendship evangelism is that building a relationship usually takes time. People, today, are skeptical of others because we live in a society that is extremely self-absorbed. So many people are hurt and therefore,