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Emotional Branding - This article explaining emotional branding was an interesting read. The beginning of the story really grabbed my attention. I have always found it a comfort to realize that even truly intelligent people cannot understand everything and do sometimes have to ask for explanations. Although we have all been told that there is no such thing as a stupid question, except a question that is not asked, it is difficult in the business world to ask for help or an explanation, without feeling inferior, or worrying if your business colleagues will think you are incompetent....   [tags: essays research papers] 385 words
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Child Trauma - Child Trauma Children experience trauma in different ways and most importantly through different eyes. A child’s temperament and personality can effect the traumatic outcome (if one) for the child. Reactions to trauma may appear immediately after the traumatic event or days or even weeks later. The symptoms of the traumatic reactions may be very individual and depend on the age of the child. Very young children typically have a strong fear of being separated from their parents....   [tags: Papers] 484 words
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Plath’s Daddy Essays: Loss and Trauma - Loss and Trauma in Plath’s Daddy In addition to the anger and violence, 'Daddy' is also pervaded by a strong sense of loss and trauma. The repeated 'You do not do' of the first sentence suggests a speaker that is still battling a truth she only recently has been forced to accept. After all, this is the same persona who in an earlier poem spends her hours attempting to reconstruct the broken pieces of her 'colossus' father. After 30 years of labor she admits to being 'none the wiser' and 'married to shadow', but she remains faithful to her calling....   [tags: Daddy Essays] 520 words
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Accident Fall are the Main Cause of Dental Trauma in India - ... This procedure involves removal of 1–2 mm of crestal bone adjacent to the deepest part of the fracture and restoring the normal sulcus depth of 2 mm, while for a successful extrusion and post-treatment restoration, the distance from the fracture line to the apex should not be less than 12 mm and a crown root ratio of approximately 50:50 must be obtained. A intracanal post is advocated for supporting the fragment in cases of complicated crown root fractures, when endodontic therapy is performed....   [tags: intracanal post, treatment] 522 words
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Physical, Emotional and Social Bullying - When you think of bullying, what do you think of. A lot of people think of a kid thrown against a locker, or people like me think of a girl told she wasn’t as strong or pretty as someone else. This is a subject we hear about a lot but it is extremely important and needs to be stopped. There are many types of bullying and sadly, we will only be able to go over them briefly. Commonly used and hurtful types of bullying are, physical, emotional, and social; there are many ways to solve this. Mostly bullying comes in the three forms....   [tags: solutions, effects, personal experience]
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Emotional Hinderance - Emotional Hinderance “You must put your emotions into your work” is a phrase often heard in life. It proposes that emotions, which are often ignored, are a key to success. This holds true in many regards, however there are times when emotion should be restricted in swaying one’s thoughts. The pursuit of knowledge is to be completely objective. Thus, although emotional intelligence is necessary, it is more of a hindrance than a help, and should be controlled. Since knowledge is justified true belief, it follows that the justification must be logical and true in itself....   [tags: essays research papers] 529 words
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Emotional Abuse Leaves no Physical Marks - Emotional abuse leaves no physical marks. It is invisible to the naked eye. No one is safe from emotional abuse, it can occur anywhere and anytime. I am a victim to emotional abuse, and the scars are still freshly present. Both good and bad came from the abuse, but I view myself as an educator raising awareness, not a victim seeking pity, justice, or tears. Emotional abuse can be anything that hinders a child’s growth: consistently putting someone down, or a parent that fails to show love or affection towards his or her child....   [tags: invisible scars] 535 words
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The Agony of the Slaves in The Classic Slaves Narrative - The Classic Slave Narratives is a compilation of different authors that experienced slavery at first hand. Authors like Frederick Douglas, Mary Prince and Harriet Jacobs bring their experiences where, themselves narrate how it was, being born as a slave, growing up as a slave, and endure all the obstacle but find Freedom at last. Throughout the narratives, the differences on place and gender made a significant difference on the treatment of the slave. The female slave due to the constant harassment provoked by their masters, while working and entire day full of errands, had generally a harder life than male slaves did....   [tags: freedom, gender, trauma]
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Emotional Intelligence and Its Application - EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE AND ITS APPLICATION An individual’s ability to control and express their emotions is just as important as his/her ability to respond, understand, and interpret the emotions of others. The ability to do both of these things is emotional intelligence, which, it has been argued, is just as important if not more important than IQ (Cassady & Eissa, 2011). Emotional intelligence refers to one’s ability to perceive emotions, control them, and evaluate them. While some psychologists argue that it is innate, others claim that it is possible to learn and strengthen it....   [tags: Self-esteem, Mental, Health]
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Emotional Break-down in Susan Glaspell's Trifles - Emotional Break-down in Trifles Trifles is an interesting story about the emotional break-down of a country woman. It is obvious by certain descriptions within the text that she did have an emotional trauma. However, it is never made clear if she killed her husband or did he commit suicide. The emotional trauma can be scene in the beginning of the story by her attitude towards Mr. Hale. Ms. Wright is in a state of shock her constant rocking; pleating of her skirt; her "queer" look and her dead pan response to how Mr....   [tags: Trifles Essays] 565 words
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Music Therapy: A Cure for Physical and Emotional Pain - When experiencing certain physical and emotional pains, people often think that medication is the only cure. However, in recent years different ways of healing has broken through the old beliefs. One of these healing methods is music therapy. Music therapy is the prescribed use of music and melodies to help restore, maintain and improve the emotional, physical, psychological, and spiritual well being of an individual. Music therapy is a popular form of healing, it can affect our health in ways medicine cannot, and can also be performed at home when professional attention is unavailable....   [tags: Music Therapy, ] 596 words
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Multidiasciplinary Approach to Geriatric Trauma Care - In America today, the number of people who are 65 years of age or older is increasing in numbers. Notably, it is the fastest growing part of the population. This group represents about 13% of the total population or 1 in 8 people. It is predicted that this group will increase to nearly 20% in the year 2030. (Administration on aging ) It is recognized that the geriatric population has special needs and concerns due to the physiological changes that occur as we age. These physiologic changes put the geriatric patient at greater risk of poorer outcomes when trauma occurs....   [tags: healthcare for the elder] 615 words
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Trauma and Home Care Nurses - ... If someone’s life is on the line or something has come up that is serious, you can’t take an hour to make the decision on what to do. They need that attention right away no matter if it is a simple pill that can help or if you have to do CPR. A trauma nurse’s decision can mean life or death for the patient as well as the home health nurse but sometimes it is not needed as quick as a trauma nurse. Making these quick important decisions you also need to have the right knowledge and education....   [tags: Patients, Environment, Healthcare] 618 words
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Struggles of Children in Poverty - ... Young children need to be in environments that foster healthy learning and exploration for optimal brain development. In impoverished neighborhoods, families meet adverse factors that inhibit these behaviors. Factors include teen motherhoods, depression and inadequate healthcare (ASCD). A lack of these factors translate into insensitivity towards the infant which then causes the infant to perform poorly in school and behavior negatively. There are four factors that children under three need that low-income families may neglect....   [tags: stressors, health, emotional problems] 620 words
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Taking a Look at Strokes - ... The World Health Organization (WHO) has estimated that stroke caused 5.7 million deaths in 2004 which accounted for 9.7% of deaths in the world [1]. Strikingly as it might be, stroke is considered to be the 4th leading cause of death among all causes, when considered separately from cardiovascular diseases, on an average every 4 minutes someone dies by a stroke [2] . According to data from the Heart Disease and Stroke Statistics reveal that 2.9% of men and 2.9% of women ≥18 years of age had a history of stroke [3]....   [tags: brain trauma] 624 words
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The Effects of Domestic Violence on Children: Case Study - ... Shakes was able to connect with the priest and had a form of accountability. Shakes participated in the Church and had interest in becoming a priest because of the power in the role. Father Bobby keeps an eye on the boys and wants to prevent them from getting into crime of the community. Hell’s Kitchen is a community in Manhattan, aligning the Hudson River, was a blend of Irish, Italian, Puerto Rican, and Eastern European laborers. Hell’s Kitchen is a community of immigrants where men work really long hours and the women are responsible for child rearing while the family survived on a minimal salary....   [tags: emotional, physical, development, functioning] 640 words
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Birth Injury and Birth Trauma in Newborns - Birth injuries or birth trauma is the damage of tissues or organs during or shortly after childbirth. This includes any damage that is long term including brain and cranium injuries. Injuries at birth can often times be a result of doctor or nurse error. Trained professionals that are caring for you and the baby during and after the birth must watch out for any signs that could result in a birth injury. Sadly, reports indicate that about 40 babies per day are born with a birth injury. Males have a higher rate of birth injury than females....   [tags: Babies, Malpractice] 641 words
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Trauma Patients - Trauma patients I am currently taking a EMT course through Copper Mountain College. We have had to study trauma and medical cases. I would like to share with you in detail some of the cases that we have studied first ill introduce you to some of the assessments that have to be done before we begin. For a trauma patients especially one whose injuries are serious-time must not be wasted at the scene. This patient needs to get to a hospital as quickly as possible. On the other hand, enough time must be spent at the scene to assess the patient adequately and give proper emergency care....   [tags: essays research papers] 654 words
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Early Childhood Trauma - Topic Identified: Early childhood trauma refers to the trauma that children experience between the ages of 0 and 6. It has long been challenged that infants and young children cannot and do not have the capacity to understand or retain emotions from traumas that they experience. Recent research indicates otherwise. But because infants and young children’s reactions vary somewhat from older children and they are unable to verbalize their reactions and responses to threatening or dangerous experiences it is generally assumed that their age protects them from the impact of these traumatic events....   [tags: trauma between 0 and 6 years old] 657 words
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Overcoming Trauma in J.D. Salinger's The Catcher in the Rye - Overcoming Trauma in J.D. Salinger's The Catcher in the Rye In The Catcher in the Rye by J.D. Salinger, Holden is in a rest home, where he speaks about his past and discusses his thoughts and feelings of his memories. Holden tells about his life including his past experiences at many different private schools, most recently Pensey Prep, his friends, and his late brother Allie which led to Holden’s own mental destruction. I believe that Holden Caulfield is mentally disturbed and shows many signs of it throughout the novel....   [tags: The Catcher in the Rye Essays] 659 words
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What is Dissociative Identity Disorder - ...  t is 5 to 9 times more common in females than males during young adulthood Signs and Symptoms • The individual experiences two or more distinct identities. These identities may involve to completely different life styles. A patient may create themselves entirely from scratch; their background, self-image, emotions, culture, and name may all be different. • Frequent memory gaps are found. • Depression, anxiety, dependence, and guilt may be present. • In children, inattentiveness and behavioral problems may occur....   [tags: personality, psychiatric, trauma] 691 words
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Clinical Diagnosis of Meredith - 1. The clinical should look for the symptoms that might help him to identify the diagnosis of client. As Meredith mentioned that she cannot sleep and eat properly it is necessary to find out changes in her appetite and weight. Meredith also mentioned that she cannot work properly, so the clinical should ask about problems with concentration. The symptoms of Meredith case seem to be similar to depression, so the clinical should ask about suicide thoughts, thoughts about death and worthlessness; the frequency of such thoughts should be considered....   [tags: trauma, alcohol, depression] 707 words
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The Causes, Symptoms, and Treatments of Agoraphobia - ... According to published reports nearly 95% of agoraphobia sufferers will experience panic attacks at some time along with other agoraphobia symptoms. Conversely, roughly 1/3 of people with diagnosed panic attacks have an accompanying agoraphobia diagnosis. <strong>Psychological Symptoms:</strong> -Fear of feeling out of control or trapped in public places. -Fear that escape seems difficult, especially in crowded or restrictive areas, for example when taking public transportation. -Fear of a panic attack or other out of control behavior in public....   [tags: trauma, anxiety, psychotherapy] 715 words
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Effect of Trauma on a Child in A Boy's Life by Tobias Wolff - ... His mother must have shaped Jack’s opinion about his father, especially since he spent most of his time with her. These feelings lead to opportunities that were missed in the future. Jack’s mother’s choice in men causes a lot of the problems in his life. Rosemary’s second husband, Roy, is alcoholic and abusive. He also has a fascination for guns, passin on one of his 22’s to Jack. Even after Jack and Rosemary try to move west to get away from Roy, he follows them there. He is obsessive and possessive of Rosemary to extremes....   [tags: divorce, stepfather, abuse]
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Post Traumatic Stress Disorder - During the course of any job, a person may possibly encounter things that might shock them. Many men and women who choose the career of being a police officer may often receive Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder due to the levels of violence they see throughout their daily lives. If a person has already suffered from traumatic experiences before in their lives, they can be at a greater risk of Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (Risk, 2010). Police officers who have Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder can also act differently towards citizens and in other aspects of their job....   [tags: police, soldier, emotional trauma] 736 words
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Poets Present Difficult Relationships in The Farmer’s Bride by Charlotte Mew and The Manhunt by Simon Armitage - ... The two being on different levels is also reflective of their lack of intimacy with each other, yet, the farmer longs for ‘some other in the house than we.’ In comparison, Armitage structures his poem in various stanza consisting of two lines each. This gives a sense of fragmentation, which reflects on the wife’s feelings of helplessness. The short verses is suggestive of the short amount of progress being made to ‘feel the hurt’ her partner feels. The farmer in The Farmer’s Bride is suggested to have never experienced any affection with his partner, whereas the wife in The Manhunt is presented as being once intimate with her husband who has now pushed her away....   [tags: emotional, challenging, foreshadowing]
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Free Argumentative Essays: We Need Trauma Centers - We Need Trauma Centers Due to the advanced state of industry a number of devices and machines have come into common use which, often through intentional misuse, result in very serious injuries. Two examples are the automobile and the gun. When a serious injury results from something such as an automobile accident the victim usually has a very short period in which to obtain emergency medical intervention before the shock resulting from his or her injuries is irreversible. Usually this period of time is not longer than one hour, and is often less....   [tags: Argumentative Persuasive Essays] 742 words
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The Painful and Emotional Effects of Divorce - Divorce is an emotionally painful experience for everyone involved, especially toward the children in the family. But yet, the law officials continue fabricating laws and devising regulations to make it harder for spouses seeking a divorce or separation to get one. The family has to deal with child custody and support, spousal support such as counseling, property distribution, and a possible name change. Divorce is not only a financial struggle for the families involved, but it is also a nuisance between family relationships....   [tags: changes, couples, family]
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Cry-It-Out Theory - ... Brown, M., Heine, R. G., & Jordan, B. (2009). Health and well-being in school-age children following persistent crying in infancy. Journal Of Paediatrics And Child Health, 45(5), 254-262. doi:10.1111/j.1440-1754.2009.01487.x The main purpose for this article was to examine the physical and mental health of children who are 5-8 years of age who participated in a randomized trial of treatments for persistent crying during infancy. The key question researchers looked to answer was: whether there was a high prevalence of emotional and behavioral problems, prevalence of physical health problems, to predict which variables led to developing emotional and behavioral problems during school y...   [tags: mental health, trauma, child development] 770 words
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Emotional Intelligence by Daniel Goleman - Emotional Intelligence by Daniel Goleman      In the book Emotional Intelligence by Daniel Goleman, the central thesis that he tries to point out is that emotional intelligence may be more important than I.Q. in determining a person’s well being and success in life. At first I didn’t know what Goleman was talking about when he said emotional intelligence, but after reading the book I have to say that I agree completely with Goleman. One reason for my acceptance of Goleman's theory is that academic intelligence has little to do with emotional life....   [tags: Daniel Goleman Intelligence Emotions Essays] 776 words
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Injuries in NFL Players - ... Without players, there is no sport, but there would still be the politics. Right now, the Dallas Cowboys are the richest team in the NFL, and that is the reason they do not get destroyed in every game. In today's NFL, it is all about the money. The more money a team has, the better players they can acquire. Dallas is by no means the best in the league, but they are the most talked about. It doesn't matter how good any other team is, Dallas is always talked about. They are, after all, America's team....   [tags: concussions, brain, trauma]
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Rape and Extending the Sentence for Rape - Rape is a crime that is committed when someone is forced to have sexual intercourse through physical force or duress. “683,000 rapes occur every year” (CVS) and the national average for people accused of rape is eight years in a federal prison. Rape is a serious crime as well as other crimes but rape is considered to be a more serious and heinous crime along with murder etc. There are also different phases of rape that the victim may go through depending on how they handle it. Eight years in prison is not a good amount of time for someone to serve for what they did, all of the things that involve the process of rape should be incorporated into the sentence: force, against someone’s will, and...   [tags: crime, force, trauma, victim, jail, health]
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Trauma Victim in the Emergency Room - The day started like any other. Quiet, but with an underlying vibration waiting to explode. Freshly brewed coffee and the sharp smell of disinfectant mixed in the air like a foreign perfume. Uniformed staff busied themselves with paperwork while waiting for the moment we all knew would come with the lunch hour approaching. It was a typical morning in the emergency room of Presby Plano. We were all standing around, relaxed, discussing our previous weekend adventures. As the call came over the radio we swiftly took our places in expectation of what was to come....   [tags: Descriptive Essay Examples] 801 words
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Music Has a Profound Effect on the Emotional, Social, Intellectual and Physical Aspects of a Person - THESIS: Music has a profound effect on the emotional, social, intellectual, and physical aspects of a person. Music has a strong tie with human emotion. Different genres of music produce different emotions. The type of music listened to can influence the feelings a person experiences. Music also has the astounding ability to quickly change emotions from one to another. Hearing a happy song could change the emotions of sadness or anger to happiness or peace. There are several different aspects of music that change how a song is interpreted....   [tags: music and the psyche] 804 words
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How Child Trauma Affects a Relationship Attachment - ... Some individuals can find it difficult to be comfortable around others the reason of this can be previous traumatic events in their life. A child can seek safety by a strong relationship bond with a parent. The child’s bond with the guardian can be secure or insecure. A security bond is a strong bond and a good sense of trust between the child and the parent. An insecure bond is when the child feels rejected by the parent and feels unloved with no potential security The impact of the effects of violence in a relationship with the guardian can leave the child feeling like the parent is unreliable and unable to provide a feeling of security....   [tags: traumatic experience, friendship] 820 words
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Effects of Child Abuse on Children, Teens, and Adults - ... The MRI scans proved the researchers’ theory correct and proving child abuse does cause long lasting harm to a person. In St. Louis County, a fifth grade girl, who was once the perfect student, began receiving failing grades, showing depression through body language, such as slumping shoulders, and anxiety. It was noted that her parents were going through a divorce and teachers believed that the stress of the divorce was taking a toll on the child. In a counseling session with the school’s counselor for children dealing with divorce, the 11 year old confessed of her father molesting her when she was younger and he was attempting to gain custody from her....   [tags: depression, trauma, suicide] 826 words
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Stories of Grief: The Emotional Journey of Two Characters - Grief is pain of the mind often on account of something someone have experienced in the past or something someone are presently experiencing. The message and feelings of grief are often conveyed through poems, books and films. The novel ‘Two weeks with the Queen’ written by Morris Gleitzman displays the emotional journey that Colin takes coming to terms with his younger brother’s terminal illness. Robert Redford’s Film ‘The Horse Whisperer’ shows the break up in a family when grace the only child experiences great sadness and loss after losing her best friend in a tragic horse riding accident....   [tags: Two Weeks with the Queen, Mid term Break,] 833 words
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Atrocious Aftermath of Bullying - ... A bully-free society can be created by practicing “wisdom” and “moral principles” (Kalman). Although, opponents of anti-bullying activists say that bullying should not be dealt with, if we put efforts and work into bully-prevention, a bully free society like “Ladakh” may someday be achievable. Bullying occurs in many societies; to address this problem we must first see what initiates bullying. In William Golding’s famous novel Lord of the Flies, bullying occurs when there “was no parent to let fall a heavy hand” (Golding 60)....   [tags: psychological and emotional effects] 844 words
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Trauma Informed Services - Understanding The Layers of Trauma - A behavior is an attempt to meet a need and therefore has value. (Amy Hagan, 2014) The above statement says it best. Ms. Hagan’s fantastic presentation began with a short video ‘clip’ to apply to the exercise “Client Video Assessment”. The video was Seabiscuit. In the “Client” Assessment of Seabiscuit, we identified his (the client) characteristics, personality and traits, before, his trauma(s). Then we identified his trauma exposures, “what happened to Seabiscuit,” and his poly victimization, complex or continuing and ongoing vicarious traumatization, throughout a long period versus a single event....   [tags: victim, community, behavior] 847 words
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Xuan Mai’s Trauma and Recovery - An important aspect of Dana Sach’s “if you lived here” is the trauma and recovery that characters like Xuan Mai go through. Trauma results from an event that is overwhelming to the person and causes symptoms that are a response to the trauma. Recovery is when the life narrative is pieced back together so that the trauma is, “part of the learning curve of the life narrative.” (Herman) The trauma and recovery of characters like Xuan Mai is important because the stage that the character is undergoing impacts their actions and attitudes toward key events in the novel....   [tags: Dana Sach, If You Lived Here]
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The Importance Emotional Support for Young Children - Pre and or post birth exposure to negative events render young children in foster care defenseless, especially in times of adversity. Their ability to cope is weakened making support imperative to the creation of healthier mental health outcomes (CECAD, 2000). Parents and caregivers are the core support for younger children who have not yet advanced to the school aged level where peer and teacher relationships become a part of their support system. Support is categorized in terms of instrumental, informational, and emotional (J....   [tags: metal health, parental presence and care] 861 words
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The Reason for Repressed Memories - A repressed memory is a condition in which a memory has been blocked by an individual due to the high level of stress or trauma contained in that memory. Even though the individual cannot recall the memory, it may still be affecting them consciously. Since repressed memories cause physical and emotional damage, expressing feelings rather than repressing them after experiencing a traumatic even will highly benefit the effected individual. Repressing memories can be extremely detrimental in both physical and emotional aspects....   [tags: high level of stress or trauma] 868 words
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The Emotional Effects of War on Soldiers - On the moon, a person needs to wear an astronaut suit, or they will die. The suit gives the person oxygen and protects them from space. While the suit is a physical guard for the astronaut, there are many mental guards and masks in society as well. A fairly normal person disgusted with the flaws of humanity, for example, may wear the mask of being antisocial to avoid other people. So a soldier uses a mental guard of indifference during wear and under duress. This is to protect himself from becoming mentally scarred from trauma he endures while fighting....   [tags: All Quiet on the Western Front]
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Emotional Intelligence (EQ or EI) - Many psychologists and scientists came up with a topic that can help billions of people. The topic is Emotional Intelligence (EQ or EI). Even though, the idea was put out there, not too many people know about the topic. The few that heard of EQ always misinterpret this magnificent subject. They believe that Emotional Intelligence is just recognizing emotions. Actually, Emotional Intelligence is more complex than that. Emotional Intelligence (EQ or EI) is the ability to perceive, control, and evaluate emotions....   [tags: Emotional Intelligence Essays]
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Trauma for Soldiers in "The Things They Carried" by Tim O’Brien - Trauma can be defined as something that repeats itself. In The Things They Carried, by Tim O’Brien, trauma recurs in soldiers for different reasons. However, although their reasons for trauma are different, the things they carried can symbolize all the emotions and pasts of these soldiers. One man may suffer trauma from looking through letters and photographs of an old lover, while another man could feel trauma just from memories of the past. The word “carried” is used repeatedly throughout The Things They Carried....   [tags: Trauma, Things They Carried, Tim O’Brien,] 884 words
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Trauma Therapy from a Different Perspective - Carl Rogers developed the person-centered theory of personality which states that all people strive to realize their full potential. People’s desire to fulfill their full potential according to Rogers, is the primary motive of humans. Based on this theory Rogers also developed a new method of therapy that was nondirective and focused on the client as a person and their own ability to work through their psychological barriers in a conducive and supportive environment. This method is called client-centered therapy (CCT)....   [tags: person-centered theory, carl rogers]
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Emotional Scars - The Emotional Scars of September 11 Walking past the courthouses and city hall toward Ground Zero, you enter an uncanny world that is both completely familiar and totally strange. Though street signs and landmarks remain unchanged, axes of orientation no longer line up as they once did. It is not just the reduction of people and traffic; something else, something palpable yet far more difficult to articulate is loose on the streets. I visited the site with my friend, Aaron, who had been in the World Financial Center at the time of the attack....   [tags: September 11 Terrorism Essays] 923 words
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Overview of Emergency Nursing - Emergency nursing is used in almost all places, all over the World. Emergency nursing would be a good field to go into because of the opportunity to work anywhere, at any time, and the thrill and excitement of nursing. Nursing is a very important career, and not often enough recognized for the work they do. It is now more common to see a celebrity who saved a cat on the news, than it is to see a nurse who has saved one life, or many lives. “Nurses do more ‘behind the scenes’ work” (Roark), most people will never know about, or even think of....   [tags: health, trauma shift, nurses]
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Teen Sexual Activity Causes Sexually Transmitted Diseases, AIDS, Pregnancy, and Emotional Trauma - Teen Sexual Activity Causes Sexually Transmitted Diseases, AIDS, Pregnancy, and Emotional Trauma Set aside the moral imperatives, the screams and shouts of the conservative masses, the legislators on Capitol Hill who know what's best, and religious scripture that denounces physical pleasure and there exists a very basic premise: Human beings have a preoccupation with sex. It was once stated that "our concern with sex is innate, as much a part of is as the blood and bone with which we were born." An absolutely truthful statement, the subject of sex has become prevalent in today's society....   [tags: Expository Cause Effect Essays] 930 words
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Childhood Trauma and Neurological Development - Childhood is a time for playdates and learning, a time for big dreams and imaginary adventures. Safety and security should not be questions that linger in uncertainty. However, this is not the case for many children across the globe. Thousands of children from all walks of life each day are faced with unspeakable horror and must deal with the resulting trauma from then on. However, in children, managing this trauma takes a different toll on the mind and heart than it does in adults. While the type of trauma may vary in pervasiveness across countries, trauma occurring in childhood has the ability to cause long term damage to the growing neurological functioning in the brain and negatively inf...   [tags: substance abuse, mental health, child abuse]
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The Negative Effects of Posttraumatic Stress Disorder - Posttraumatic stress disorder is one of the most common and most life altering stress disorders in the world (Seedat, 2013). After going through traumatic events, many children, teenagers and elderly people show symptoms of posttraumatic stress disorder. It is caused by a traumatic event that alters a person’s every day life. The people suffering from this disorder start to show symptoms with small things that bother them from day to day such as getting angry and taking it out on their family, having a short temper, etc....   [tags: stress, disorder, trauma, anxiety, treatment, PTSD]
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