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Bryant & Stratton College
Ms. Sara Bevilacqua
Anxiety is a state of intense worrying. This disorder affects 6.8 million people in the United States each year. People who suffer from this disorder may face psychological and physical symptoms. Fortunately, there are many different treatment options available. Anxiety can happen for a specific reason or for no reason at all. There are many psychological and social situations that many cause a person to have anxiety. This paper will discuss the causes, symptoms, treatments and implications of anxiety disorders.
Anxiety is a state of intense worrying
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Anxiety Awareness among IIUM Students
English for Academic Writing
LE 4000 Section 37
Date: 5th December 2014
Anxiety refers to the unnecessary unpleasant feeling of dread over current or future events that might or might not happen. People with anxiety usually have a sense of worry, fear or muscle tension. The purpose of this study aims to investigate the level of awareness of anxiety among IIUM students. The objectives were to indicate whether the students are aware of social anxiety that might be suffered by them and the most common factor that contributes to feeling anxious. Questionnaires were distributed to thirty randomly selected individuals in IIUM. Paper-based
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Given the opportunity to study an area of psychology I would choose clinical psychology. Helping people with psychological disorders and helping them understand themselves would be a great achievement and the wealth of knowledge can go both ways for the subject and doctor. There are many areas of study when reading about physiological disorders, one stick’s out like a sore thumb and that would be social anxiety disorder. Social anxiety is the fear of interaction with other people that brings on self-consciousness, feelings of being negatively judged and evaluated, and as a result, leads to avoidance. Just the task of public speaking can cause a waterfall of symptoms that can ruin somebody
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Classification by type of points
| | All types of scissors can have blunt or sharp blades (A: Sharp:Sharp, B: Blunt:Blunt). |
| | All types can have either straight or curved blades. |
Mayo and Metzenbaum
| | Mayo scissors (B) are used for cutting heavy fascia and sutures. |
| | Metzenbaum scissors (A) are more delicate than Mayo scissors. |
| | Metzenbaum scissors are used to cut delicate tissues. |
| | Metzenbaum scissors have a longer handle to blade ratio. |
Rat Tooth: A Tissue Forceps
| | Interdigitating teeth hold tissue without slipping. |
| | Used to hold skin/dense tissue. |
Adson Tissue Forceps
| | Small serrated teeth on edge of tips
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experience excessive irritability or aggressive behavior during manic phases.
Impulsiveness, poor judgment, and distractibility are all hallmarks of mania.
People with bipolar disorder sometimes experience irritability, anger, worry, agitation, and anxiety.
People with bipolar disorder sometimes experience unexplained aches and pains.
People with this condition often have sleep problems. During a depression phase, they may sleep too much, and feel tired all the time.
During a manic phase, they may not sleep enough—but still never feel tired.
Even with just a few hours of sleep each night, they may feel great and have lots of energy.
Dr. Bearden says staying on a regular sleep
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Behavioral characteristics of ocd
Compulsions are repetitive: typically sufferers of OCD feel compelled to repeat a behaviour. A common example is hand washing. Other common compulsive repetitions include counting praying and tidying
Compulsion reduce anxiety: around 10% sufferers of ocd show compulsive behaviour alone. They have no obsessions just a general sense of irrational anxiety. However for the vast majority compulsive behaviours are performed in attempt to manage the anxiety produced by obsessions.
The behaviour of ocd sufferers may be also characterized by their avoidance as they attempt to reduce anxiety by keeping away from situations that trigger it
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, and vary depending on the person. The most common psychological effects that people undergo are depression, dysthymia, anxiety, personality changes, compulsive behavior, denial, and co-occurring disorders (“Mental”).
Depression refers to a serious medical illness that affects one’s thoughts, feelings, behavior, mood and physical health. Depression is a life-long condition in which periods of wellness alternate with recurrences of illness. Depression can lead to feelings of sadness, poor concentration, lack of sleep (insomnia), fatigue, appetite disturbances, excessive guilt, and thoughts of suicide. These symptoms tend to increase over time. Five – eight percent of adults are affected by
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ELEMENTARY STRESS AND ANXIETY 1
STRESS IN ELEMENTARY CHILDREN
Marcy L. Kusz
SUBMITTED IN PARTIAL FULFILLMENT OF THE REQUIREMENTS FOR THE
DEGREE OF MASTER OF ARTS IN GUIDANCE AND COUNSELING AT
NORTHERN MICHIGAN UNIVERSITY
March 29, 2009
APPROVED BY: Derek L. Anderson, Ed.D.
DATE: March 30, 2009 ELEMENTARY STRESS AND ANXIETY 2
Table of Contents
Chapter I: Introduction……………………………………………………………… 4
Statement of Problem……………………………………………………………… 5
Research Question(s)………………………………………………………………. 6
Definition of Terms………………………………………………………………… 7
Chapter II: Review of Literature…………………………………………………….. 9
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In Psychology there are sever key relationships with the mentality of a performer a sporting performance. One important factor is anxiety.
Anxiety according to Weinberg and Gould is “a negative emotional state characterized by nervousness, worry, apprehension and associated w/ activation or arousal of the body” There are two parts to anxiety that cover both the thinking, known as cognitive anxiety and the physical effects known as somatic anxiety. Examples of cognitive anxiety include negative self-talk such as telling yourself that you aren’t good enough, an inability to concentrate on the task at hand and constantly performing well in training but are struggling to translate that
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Acupuncture and Anxiety
Acupuncture and Anxiety
Acupuncture and anxiety are two words that go hand and hand. Acupuncture is the stimulation of specific points on the body by inserting needles to cause a change in the physical functions of the body. Anxiety is a disorder that causes fear, apprehension and worrying. Acupuncture is one that relieves stress and anxiety is a form of stress. When these two are put together, it calls for total body healing and restoration.
Acupuncture is the insertion of very fine needles into the skin at specific points, in order to influence the functioning of the body. The person requiring the treatment must have a careful observation of the body, which
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Art of public speaking This document covers hints and tips on public speaking and presentation skill, dealing with public speaking nerves and anxiety, public speaking skills and public speaking techniques, public speaking training. Fear of public speaking Why do we get public speaking anxiety? How to overcome fear of public speaking Building confidence in public speaking Public speaking training Hints and tips for effective public speaking Common fears of public speaking What happens when you have to speak in public? Did you know that public speaking tops the list of phobias for most people? Not spiders or heights public speaking - speech in public! Well, if you didn't know that, we bet
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Psychological Disorder Paper
Psychological disorders are stated to be abnormalities of the mind, known as mental disorders (Klasco, 2011). Abnormalities of the mind cause persistent behaviors that affect an individualâ€™s daily function and life (Klasco, 2011). The different types of psychological disorders include mood disorders, personality disorders, anxiety disorders, and eating disorders (Klasco, 2011). The causes of these disorders are unknown, but factors that contribute to these disorders include childhood experiences, chemical imbalances in the brain, illnesses, heredity, stress, and prenatal exposures (Klasco, 2011). Psychological
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how to change their thinking and behavior. This often uses the basic principles of learning which challenges their assumptions on how to act and adopt new approaches to old problems.
Disorders appropriate for this therapy Disorders appropriate for this therapy includes:
PTSD(post traumatic stress disorder), Phobia’s, Panic disorders, Depression, anxiety, stress related ailments, and borderline personality
Disorders appropriate for this therapy includes:
Phobic disorders, ADHD, ADD, anorexia, social anxiety disorder, Generalized anxiety disorder, obsessive compulsive disorder, bulimia, Disorders appropriate for this therapy includes:
Mood disorders like bipolar manic depression, personality disorders, substance abuse, anorexia, avoidant personality.
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All people use defense mechanisms, whether they be consciously or unconsciously. Anxiety may arise from an intense situation or even past experience. It is then the ego's job to displace anxiety so as to protect the rest of the mind. Through defense mechanisms such as sublimation, repression, fantasy, compulsive fun-seeking, and negativism, the ego eliminates anxiety caused by surroundings which in effect tries to prevent insanity. Fantasy is a device used to thwart reality. It involved the imagination of a fantasy life for the individual to crawl into, in essence, to escape reality. It is needed to be utilized by everyone in order to maintain sanity. If the mind were exposed to the
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Psychiatric Disorders, Diseases, and Drugs
Many people suffer from some form of a psychiatric disorder, which affects a person’s ability to behave in way that is deemed normal by society. Several mental disorders have extreme effects on the mental health of those who suffer from them. It is estimated that as much of 3.3 percent of the U.S. population is found in a thirty day period to suffer from extreme psychological distress (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, 2012). Schizophrenia, depression, mania, anxiety disorder, and Tourette syndrome are the top five psychiatric disorders, and the effects of each on a person’s mental health range from mild to severe.
Schizophrenia is a
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CASE STUDY 01
Adrian Holdsworth was a 39-year-old Caucasian woman with two children (a son, age 12, and a daughter, age 7). Since obtaining her bachelor’s degree in business administration 8 years ago, Adrian has worked as a bank manager. Recently she had become increasingly worried about her ability to concentrate and remember things at work, and she went to her family doctor for an evaluation. Finding no physical basis for her concentration and memory difficulties, Adrian’s doctor referred her to a neuropsychologist for a more detailed assessment of her cognitive functioning. The neuropsychologist deemed Adrian’s complaints to be anxiety related, and thus he encouraged her to seek out
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Analyzing Psychological Disorders
December 23, 2012
Analyzing Psychological Disorders
Psychological disorders are always being researched and new treatments are being developed. Biopsychology is an important field because understanding the processes that occur in the body can lead to more effective drugs and relief for many people suffering from psychological disorders. Schizophrenia, anorexia nervosa, and anxiety are all psychological disorders that psychologists must deal with on a regular basis. Understanding these disorders is important for the health and well-being of patients.
Schizophrenia is a psychiatric disorder that has many
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in what causes schizophrenia. It is called the dopamine theory; it states that schizophrenia is caused by too much dopamine in the brain (Pinel, 2007). As chlorpromazine helps block dopamine receptors this would then help reduce schizophrenic behaviors. The dopamine theory suggests that schizophrenia is caused by hyperactivity in the dopamine receptors. Medications that bond to this receptor would be the most advantageous and helpful to help alleviate schizophrenic symptoms (Pinel, 2007).
Anxiety disorder and anorexia are two more psychological disorders. There are five main types of anxiety disorders. These would be generalized anxiety, phobic anxiety, panic, obsessive-compulsive, and
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Panic Attacks in Young Adults (18-29)
Right before I left for college I experienced the single most terrifying thing that has ever happened to me. This experience and the fear of it happening again stalked me day and night. It is something that has stayed with me and that I deal with and fear on a daily basis. It wasn’t until years later that I sought professional help and found out how common this very personal, ground-shattering experience actually was. I was diagnosed with Panic Disorder with Agoraphobia.
Throughout history, anxiety and fear have been recognized as an inherent part of man’s existence. However, in antiquity
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& Jauch (2002) state that transformational leadership will be more effective under traumatic situations as the emotional centre of brain is activated by trauma and this ability is helpful when organizational members experience change and anxiety.
Leadership is a critical factor in managing strategic change. The successful managing of people issues will determine success or failure in strategic realignment of business institutions within a global context. (RV Weeks 2002)
Strategic leaders effectiveness is dependent on environmental dynamism. Environmental dynamism increases uncertainty that is characterized by stress, anxiety and risk. (2) Transformational leadership encourage
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there is a mutual respect for everyone.
Bowen’s approach has eight major concepts. One of them, Triangles/ Triangulation refers to when the system holds anxiety in an attempt to get to a state of equilibrium. This triangle, which consists of a three-person emotional configuration, is the basis of a secure emotional system. In a three-person system, anxiety has more room so to speak. Researchers consider triangles as a natural part of the way living systems function. Triangles can have negative or positive outcomes depending on how the individuals behave and deal with anxiety (Kerr,2000). A real life example of this in my family recently triangulation was utilized. My two cousins
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concerning students’ learning and study strategies was developed via administering the Learning and Study Strategies Inventory (LASSI). The LASSI is a well-known and well-respected vehicle for assessing students’ knowledge and use of various skills and strategies for achieving learning in an academic environment. In total the LASSI consists of 80 question items organized into 10 separate scales. A brief description of the ten scales is as follows: 1. Anxiety (ANX) – The Anxiety Scale addresses the degree to which students worry and experience anxiety about academic performance. Since anxiety is logically assumed to be negatively correlated with performance (i.e., the greater the anxiety, the
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provide the most efficient central location for the data, due to the skewed data
effecting the typical value.
True or false: The standard deviation and the range are sensitive to outliers. Explain your response.
True: the standard deviation is thrown off from the data collection when there is a cluster of
True or false: The standard deviation can never be 0. Explain your response.
False: Due to the numbers in the data, the standard deviation can be zero, because the data
sets are never equal. Therefore, there will be no variation from the set mean.
A researcher is investigating the effects of anxiety on creativity. Individuals with varying
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many factors as well as leading questions, there are other factors that can affect the accuracy of eyewitness testimony.
The age of the witness can affect the accuracy of recall, Valentine and Coxon (1997) studied this and it showed that the age of the witness can have an effect on the accuracy of eyewitness testimony.
Anxiety can also affect focus. Psychologists tend to believe that small increases in anxiety and arousal may increase the accuracy of memory, but high levels have a negative effect on accuracy. In violent crimes (where anxiety and arousal are likely to be high), the witness may focus on central details (e.g. a weapon) and neglect other peripheral details.
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condition: low anxiety
heard a discussion and a man came out with a PEN.
2 Another discussion was heated and heard tables and chair. And a man came out with a KNIFE and was covered in blood.
They then were given 50 photographs and identify the man.
The man with the pen was more identifying, as there was low anxiety 49%
And knife was 33%
The higher your anxiety the less you will remember.
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Inquiry Question: Can the use of social media lead to depression?
Bebinger Martha, “Social Media Anxiety Disorder (SMAD): The Next New Medical Condition?”. Wbur’s Common Health Reform and Reality. Web. 10 April 2012
Summary: This article done by Martha Bebinger on Wbur’s Common Health Reform and Reality website gives you the inside story of how a woman felt after creating a post on social media. Martha then goes on to explain that after the woman had searched the internet for any and all answers explaining how she felt how she then turned to an expert by the name of Stefan Hofmann who is the director of the Social Anxiety Program at Boston University’s Center for
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relieving the anxiety and guilt, allowing her to engage in an active psychological process and to be emotionally ready for motherhood.
In our study, 50 % of the 129 women never heard about the existence of postpartum depression before their participation in the study, even if they had already suffered from depression. These facts indicate the urgent need for more information concerning PD and its treatment, addressed not only to future parents but also to their caregivers in perinatal services.
1. Lack of a control group including depressive women who did not undergo the intervention. For ethical reasons, PCP was proposed to all identified depressed pregnant women in
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. Having Parkinson’s throws off the balance of the neurotransmitters. Therefore leaving a person unable to control movement normally. ("Understanding Parkinson’s Disease-The Basics", 2014)
The behavioral changes in one’s life with Parkinson’s disease is immense. One of the most obvious changes is how one would control there movements. So it would be difficult just to hold a glass of water. Another change would be their mood and would develop anxiety disorder. Mood disorders are common. Most common mood disorder is depression. “Anxiety disorders including generalized anxiety, social phobia, obsessive-compulsive disorder, and panic disorder are probably increased in PD, although there has been
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Dysthymia is a mood disorder that is characterized by many symptoms. According to the DSM-V by the American Psychiatric Association, people suffering from Dysthymia will have a poor appetite or they will overeat, insomnia or hypersomnia, low energy or fatigue, low self-esteem, poor concentration or difficulty making decisions, and finally feelings of hopelessness (2013, p. 168). Dysthymia in more severe cases can also cause people to lose interest in daily activities and sometimes even withdraw completely from engaging in them. In children, “dysthymia sometimes occurs along with attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), behavioral or learning disorders, anxiety disorders
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. humans develop associations between stimuli when they are paired closely in time;
2. the physical nature of this association involves the development of new CNS connections;
3. The new CNS connections cause organisms to respond reflexively to previously neutral stimuli (Ricker, n.d).
Some scientists believe that people are able to connect phobias through condition, and an example that was giving to me was anxiety disorders. On communitycounselingservices.org I found and article talking about pairing anxiety to a grocery store. The article states:
“Anxiety can be learned through a type of learning called classical conditioning. This occurs via a process called paired
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received the Outstanding Lifetime Contribution to Psychology Award from the American Psychological Association. In his early 80s, Bandura continues to teach and do research at Stanford University and to travel throughout the world.
Behavior therapy practitioners focus on observable behavior, current determinants of behavior, learning experiences that promote change, tailoring treatment strategies to individual clients, and rigorous assessment and evaluation. Behavior therapy has been used to treat a wide range of psychological disorders with different client populations.
Anxiety disorders, depression, substance abuse, eating disorders, domestic violence, sexual problems
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to them, and were paying full attention to it. - This research by Loftus and Palmer is important in showing that the memories of eyewitnesses can easily be distorted. - The P’s witnessed a brief film, which may have contained much less information than would be available when observing an incident or crime in real life. |
Outline and evaluate studies that have investigated the effect of anxiety on eyewitness testimony | Loftus (1979) The role of anxiety in eyewitness testimonyAim: To find out whether anxiety in eyewitness testimony affected later identification.
It was concluded that a weapon focuses the attention and narrows the focus of attention
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Vicarious Trauma on Mental Health Counselors
Dr. Johnathan Lent
In March, 2011, those people living in Japan experienced the devastation and impact of an earthquake and tsunami which ended in the result of causing nearly 20, 000 deaths. The tragedy caused those individuals whom survived to suffer from post-traumatic stress disorder and depression amongst the Japanese. Not only did the Japanese population suffer but the effects and devastation was felt in other environments as well, such as Hawaii. Hawaii underwent a substantial amount of collateral damage which caused anxiety to run rampant amongst Hawaii’s population. This sort of traumatic situation
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not be such a good and productive ordeal.
There is a possibility of abusing what our mind is capable of imagining. For example, a person might wake up one day and find him/herself imagining immense rejection or pain coming from those around him/her and s/he might continue feeling this even though it is mostly just made-up by the mind. Often, these cases would lead to the said person developing anxiety or other types of mental conditions. Other results of imagination abuse would be replacing old memories with false one or hallucinating, both of which might be due to some psychological effect or imbalance in the body’s chemicals.
Therefore, with the daily utilization of the mind’s capability of imagining, limitations of its usage must also not be forgotten in order to avoid any undesirable outcomes.
Ms. Leony P. Bolocon
Technical Writing Teacher
Camille Faye E. Muli
August 18, 2014
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for students who are working full time while they are enrolled in a university. Even when there is time to get to all required classes, additional time is needed to complete assignments and research. If either work or study are excessively stressful for the student, the quality of both may suffer. Due to these stresses, the drop-out rate among part-time students is higher than the rate of other students. For a student who already has a job and not enough time to study, the temptation to simply give up on graduating can be great.
Families and Children
o Many part-time students are older and already have careers, marriages and children to deal with. Children demand a lot of time and leaving them in day care for prolonged periods of time can cause feelings of guilt and anxiety in parents who are spending all of their time at work or at school. Spouses also may feel neglected. If they are not also in school and therefore not experiencing the same difficulties, spouses may not be totally supportive or understanding. In a married and...
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to quit the habit. 2.Risk of continuing tobacco use.
Advice non-users to never use tobacco. 3.Rewards of quitting.
3.ASSESS:Asses the patient’s readiness to quit. 4.Road blocks of quitting .
Level of dependence - FAGERSTROM TEST 5.Repeat this at every visit.
4.ASSIST:Assist with quitting. Develop quit plan.
5.ARRANGE:Arrange counselling & follow-up care.
B.Yoga: Yoga has shown to significantly reduce anxiety, temptations to smoke and increase overall wellbeing in group of smokers
C.Acupuncture: NADA states “shenmen ear point” is
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abuse can happen concurrently, and the effects may extend to adulthood.
Warning signs that a nurse may see that could indicate child abuse include behavioral abnormalities. In this case, the nurse does not ignore inappropriate behavior by assuming it is mere disobedience. Fear and difficulty in expressing emotions, withdrawal and isolation, stranger anxiety, physical injuries, scars, missing hair and excessive crying, among others, are the findings to look out for during physical and emotional assessments. Inappropriate clothing and uncomfortable movement may also be indicators.
Cultural variations of health practices that can be misidentified as child abuse include dermabrasion therapy
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window which I no longer enjoyed but had to pass by daily. After a few months of living in fear, I just went numb. I had to go on with my life so I just didn’t deal with the pain at all. Well, about a year or so later, the pain started dealing with me. Flashbacks plagued me almost daily. Recurring nightmares kept me awake in fear most nights, which only fueled my paranoia during the day. Everything in my life started to slip. I was in school at the time so my grades suffered. My constant irritability, anxiety, and depression threatened my personal relationships. The little trust I had in people was challenged. I was what they call “a hot mess.” This thing we call “life” had turned upside down
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A disorder in which the individual turns to the Internet or plays computer games in an attempt to change moods, overcome anxiety, deal with depression, reduce isolation or loneliness, or distract themselves from overwhelming problems. The elderly, as well as children and adolescents, are particularly vulnerable because they may not realize the extent of their dependency. In many instances, individuals with computer addiction may seek help for another condition, such as depression, phobias or other addictions.
Computer addiction is defined as the immoderate/compulsive use of computers so much so that it interferes with daily activities. It is a
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The term Mental Illness covers a wide variety of disorders ,which can be mild to severe in nature. These disorders cause a breakdown in thoughts and behaviors making it difficult to impossible for a person to cope with daily life. There are more than 200 classified forms of mental illness (Mental Health America, 2011) and include different forms of depression and other emotional disorders, anxiety disorders, dementia, and personality disorders. It is estimated that there are more than 50 million Americans living with one form of mental illness or another.
Knowledge and understanding of
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experience. For example, an individual who holds a strong belief that they are worthless, perceives their partner who is late for dinner at a restaurant, as not seeing them as important and may leave the restaurant before their partner has had a chance to arrive. An individual who holds the belief that taking risks is a positive part of life, may try for a promotion at work even if others try to talk them out of it.
The core concept of cognitive behavioural theory on the impact of cognitions on emotions and behaviour has been most documented in emotional disorders of depression and anxiety. Beck (1987) found that cognitions characterised by negative views of self, present and future, where
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employees to another employee and eventually lead to sabotage.
To avoid this type of behavior, companies should create a healthy work environment and implement disciplinary actions including and up to termination. The early signs of bullying in the workplace are: sudden inset of health problems, anxiety at the thought of going to work, being ashamed to admit there is a problem and believing you are at fault. A problem that the employee who is the target faces may be embarrassment, fear, and no support from co-workers, management and/or company. Workplace bullying not only effects behaviors in the workplace but will also cause mental, social, economic and in worse cases, physical harm. Mental
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Amy Tan's “Fish Cheeks”
In the story, “Fish Cheeks,” Amy Tan describes a young girl and the anxiety that she was experiencing when she learns that her crush, Robert, was coming to dinner with his family. Amy's family was Chinese and their customs were different for Christmas compared to Robert's American customs. She was afraid of what Robert and his family would think. These feelings are expressed in the second paragraph, “When I found out that my parents had invited the minister's family over for Christmas Eve dinner, I cried.” At first, Amy is shamed of her family and their customs and traditions.
Amy's mother had prepared a large meal of Amy's favorite foods
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contracts, customer care quality, training, and organising shifts. Or better yet, setting up self-managed team where everyone has responsibility for the quality, production, customer satisfaction, training opportunities and work organisation.
If people's pay is based around piece rate pay - look at ways of giving them back more control, setting up a team-based approach and allowing them to become more self-directed. Piece rate pay has deleterious effect on employee health - pressure to perform, constant monitoring, little control lead to increased anxiety and raised blood pressure.
Lack of Opportunities
Provide training and development opportunities. Set up processes to identify the hidden management potential in your people. Develop a skills training programme or offer apprenticeships around the role.
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There is an increased debate on Internet addiction where scholars argue whether individuals are addicted to the content displayed on the net or simply addicted to the platform. Scholars attribute excessive use of computers as a principle cause of Internet addiction. They further discriminate among three kinds of addicts: texting or emailing, gaming online and sexual preoccupation online. Social networks comprise one platform which involves excessive emailing and texting.
Facebook addiction is considered to be a disorder driven by strong urge. There is a compulsion factor to it because not browsing on Facebook creates anxiety among addicts. It is considered to be an urge because browsing
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which are found
in a romantic relationship, namely: stress and worry about the relationship, social and
nonsocial sacrifices, increased dependence on the partner, fights, time and effort
investment, and feeling worse about the self which were said to be the cause of anxiety
of the students. Consequently, a question on the effect of romantic relationship among the
students involved, whether they can manage their time efficiently or not still remains.
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Campbell, W., Oliver, M. B, & Sedikides C. (1994). Perceived benefits and costs of
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movements that the United States as a whole Nation should embark on.
People that consume marijuana may do it for many different reasons some people do it for medicinal reasons; depression, anxiety, pain and so on, and some people may do it simply for the joy of it; now like any other substance it can become addictive so it should not be taken lightly, thankfully not physically addictive it is only psychologically addictive which is just as hard to beat. We believe that whatever a consenting human adult decides to consume, in whatever manner he may decide, whether it be inhaling the smoke or eating the THC in infused edibles it is completely and utterly up to them. Now of course we do
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. Let us take for example the exploitation of man's desire for sensual gratification. Greed for money and power has led some unscrupulous people to develop a multi-million dollar industry, to providing sensual pleasures in every possible way and young children are being trapped and victimized in the process.
Never before in the history of the world, has the human race been in such great need to be free from conflict, ill-feeling, selfishness, decent and strife. We are in dire need of peace nor only in our personal life at home and work, but also at the global level. The tension, anxiety and fear arising from the conflict are not only disruptive but continue to exert a constant drain on our well
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are more dangerous to the user’s health than marijuana. Marijuana has proven itself to be a true medicine for a large number of diseases, effects of the disease and treatment effects.
Medical marijuana can be consumed by persons suffering from certain medical conditions or severe, persistent symptoms. The treatment of these conditions can be as devastating as the disease. At times the side effects such as chronic, debilitating, severe, persistent pain, weight loss, nausea and seizures can be as bad as or worse than the disease or treatment. Some of the conditions are; Cancer, AIDS, HIV, Seizures, Epilepsy, Multiple Sclerosis, Stress Related Anxiety, Depression, Emotional Conditions and
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June 30, 2014
As school counselors, understanding bullying, and dealing with bullying, will help students in many areas. Counselors need to understand the severe impact it has on its victims. Understanding bullying will remove fear, improve self-esteem, improve grades, and in worse case scenarios’ save lives. We are going to take a look at the components, and types of bullying. How does bullying affect self-esteem? What are the gender and sexual orientation influences, and the effect of family interactions?
The effects of bullying causes emotional distress, depression, fear, worry, anxiety, humiliation