It is becoming more recognized and well- known around the world that the mental well-being of one’s parents largely affects the development and or the emotional and mental states of oneself. Research is becoming much more widespread and researchers could make important recommendations on how to intervene in the lives of children with parents suffering from mental illness to best prevent harm to their health and well-being as they grow. It has been found that the most common mental illnesses among people of child-bearing age are anxiety, depression, and eating disorders. Most policy however deals with the care of children whose parents must be hospitalized due to their conditions. Much of the current research though aims to show that even those which do not require extreme medical intervention can impact children physically, emotionally, socially, cognitively, etcetera.
Adolescence is a time of change. It is a universal fact, meaning that everyone experiences a time of “growing up”. Physical maturation as it first occurs around age 12 or 13 has its own definitive term—puberty. There are also marked changes in cognitive processing, emotional maturity, and social interactions. The influx of changes can be overwhelming at best, tumultuous at worst. The additional stress of having a disability or chronic illness while growing up generates some distinctive concerns and worries. Subjects relating to identity, relationships and adulthood are most prominent in the thought-world of these teens. Deep-seated anxiety, depression,
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Dr. Mark Lasser’s book “Healing the Wounds of Sexual Addiction” gives insight to those who suffer from sexual addiction and to the families, friends and other people in their lives. Dr. Mark Lasser has chosen to write this book, to share with others his personal struggle and victory with sexual addiction. Dr. Lasser has written this book from a Christian view, to give other individuals hope in a difficult and growing disease, which is taking control and destroying our families. Lasser defines sexual addiction as “a sickness involving any type of uncontrollable sexual activity, and because the addict cannot control his
This article is about research on the relationship between childhood adversity and schizophrenia. No study before has ever examined the relationship between the two. The study, focusing on the clinical presentation of adult patients with schizophrenia from Pondicherry, South India, examined the impact of different forms of childhood adversity- including abuse and neglect.
The observable difference was the intensity of the experiences revealed by the participants. With regard to familial, social, personal and vocational level, these girls have challenges in a different manner. However, the result clearly showed that the daughters of non-institutionalized mothers are more vulnerable than the daughters of institutionalized mothers. As a result of the mental illness of the mother affected the whole trajectory of the development of these daughters.
The amount of adolescents diagnosed with Schizophrenia and Bi-polar disorder have significantly increased over the years. These disorders have mental strain and social effects to the individuals and leading to more intense cases later on in their life span. The adjustments to aging through adolescent life are significantly worse for those diagnosed with Schizophrenia then those with Bi-polar disorder, and as a result, lead to the unsuccessful productive adult lives then to come. From the studies done on young individuals diagnosed with these mental diseases the future affects are concrete and a chance for positive improvement is not likely. The symptoms of these two conditions are progressively worse when diagnosed at an early age. The social
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Under the circumstances of growing up with a parent that has schizophrenia can cause mental issues to form. With the risk of not only establishing the schizophrenic disease, but also, they could possibly develop severe anxiety or depression. During adolescence is when these diseases are most prevalent to occur. The experiences they go through when their parents a schizophrenic episode puts them in stressful positions causing mental and emotional trauma. This situation is like one of the mentioned as a factor of depression, stated in Magill’s Medical Guide. According to Oliver Oyama and Nancy Piotrowski “Genetic factors may determine a person's susceptibility to developing depression following stressful life events.” (Last Name, 2017, para.4).
Srinivasan & Thara focuses their research on Indian families living with patients’ diagnosed with schizophrenia and their belief of the causation of the disorder. The objective of the research is to debunk the stereotype that Indian families believe the causation of schizophrenia is triggered by supernatural forces and that only a magical-religious
The adolescent girl is a young girl who is on the developmental process of about maturing to adult. However, those teenagers are on biological development of the body changes that are establishing personal identity. Moreover, adolescent is a time a child endeavors to separate from parent. In addition, some of these adolescents begin to make harmful decision that will isolate them from the right information. For example, it is at this time some teenagers will separate themselves from parent and engage in drug or alcohol abuse as a result of peer pressure. Besides that, by the virtue of the bad company some of them keep might expose them to pregnancy. On the other hand, some adolescent problem might arise due to poverty, single teenage mother,
Adolescence (12-18 years of age) stage in human development is the period between puberty to legal adulthood. During this transitional stage physical, emotional, intellectual, social and psychological changes occur. This essay will discuss about some transition on socio-cultural and cognitive aspects as well as two normative and a non-normative events occurring during this stage. Erikson’s theory of social development and Piaget’s theory of cognitive development has been used in this essay to discuss the transitional aspects of the adolescence. This essay further discusses about self identity and self esteem and their impact and various aspects contributing to the nursing standards for practice.
LITERATIVE REVIEW The purpose of my literature review is to examine the various therapeutic intervention strategies being administered to adult and children who have perceptual, spacial, gross and fine motor proficient disabilities. Furthermore what approaches appear to be working in their rehabilitation process. adults with perceptual dysfunction secondary to brain
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