As human beings, many of us have encountered tough times in our lives, which caused us to feel “depressed”. While those feeling are short lived, people with depression will have feelings that are long lived; they will constantly re-embark on past negative situations and their feelings at that time. When people are severely depressed, they become a different person and their whole attitude on life changes dramatically. It’s a common but serious mental disorder that many unfortunately don’t receive help for because of the big stigma around the world. Because of the fact that many don’t get the help that they so desperately need, many turn to suicide or other life-ending, harmful situations.
Depression may cause you to lose your job without the right diagnose and treatment. It can also affect your family and loved ones also with them pulling away from you, because your mood swings and temper is just to much for them to handle, as the relationship with the depressed person become strained to the point where others avoid having anything to do with them. Life has become unbearable with you around them, so the tend to avoid you. As you go deeper into a depressed illness everything and everyone around you just don’t seem important anymore.
In other word, the stress harms us mentally, and our body’s ability to response to it. Sekimoto (2008) suggests that internal stress is everywhere around us. Signs of this stress usually may include feeling down, thinking about detrimental things, sulkiness, cry without reasons, pessimism, and homesick. Other reasons of internal stress are; employee doesn’t satisfy with his/her work, workload, working long hours, lack of knowledge for the task at hand, and undealt interpersonal conflict at work. For example: if employee didn’t do something good enough, boss will argue for it or have worse relationship with colleagues because of it, this gives damaging things for that employee.
It is also very important to have family support when getting treated for depression. When teens know they are sick, it can cause an even more dangerous state of depression. Being depressed can be a distraction at work and school. This can hurt an individual tremendously. The feeling of being unwanted is also common in a depression victim.
The indicators of BPD are dramatic and obvious. Those suffering from it tend to be significantly unstable in their interactions with other people as well as their behavior when alone. Impulse control and ability to discern moral decisions are significantly deteriorated in those with BPD and they are often destructive toward themselves and their relationships with others, if not outright violent. Casual contact with a sufferer of BPD might be deceptive because many are able to appear stable, but rapid and unpredictable mood and behavior shifts are common. Neglect and abuse, particularly sexual, are seen in almost all who are diagnosed with BPD.
Victims of abuse most commonly suffer from Psychological Disorders such as Depression and PTSD, experience loss of job which may cause them to fall in to poverty, and runs the risk of creating extensive issues for their children throughout their lives. Having been a victim of physical abuse myself; I understand the hardships, the adverse effects and the feeling of despair associated with it. Victims of abuse typically suffer from Psychological Disorders, most commonly being Depression and Posttraumatic Stress Disorder. During and after the abusive period, these disorders can dramatically affect the abused individuals actions and way of thinking. Firsthand, I can say that it makes you feel like you hit an all-time low, your self-esteem disintegrates and you feel powerless.
People could also have to deal with relationship problems, Major life changes, stress in the family, or conflicts with your beliefs and values. Now with the other side people could have social and job issues. They could have things such as their surroundings, social situations, unemployment, job. (Stress management- causes of stress, pg.1) Many more things stress people put but those are just a few of the major things that can have people all stressed out. Stress is more then just feeling over whelmed for some people.
What is sad about depression is that it has driven many people to commit self-harm or even suicide. A startling trend is that many people that have a depressive illness never seek professional help or treatment. What is startling about this is that even people with the most severe forms of depression can get
If you change how you think, you can change the way you feel. Stress is not an easy topic for everyone. We all have stress; it is with us throughout our lives. Stress can cause a person to become angry or sad. There are many types of stress that can affect a family.
It is their sudden outbursts of anger and rage. They are always in constant fear of being left alone, but really it is them that end up leaving people because of their inability to control their emotions. As pointed out by a former BPD sufferer Dr. Marsha Linehan, borderlines are just like patients who suffer from third degree burns. They don’t have the emotional skin to deal with what people say to them (Hal Arkowitz, 2011). Borderline sufferers are so sensitive to anything they hear or see that people have to be careful around them.