If a human is desperate, it causes them to have bad judgment, and they act out of their normal ways of behavior. Most of the time, they are put in a case of desperation because of another human. Humans wrong each other a lot, sometimes deliberately. Other times, it is unintentional, but either way, it happens. Anxiety clouds judgment, making people act in ways that are frowned upon in society.
As stated before, reputations can be ruined if someone is considered promiscuous. In this society, rumors and gossip can either elevate someone’s status or sink it. Teens can be rejected and considered unworthy (“The Effects”). Their relationships can be severed, resulting in a loss of friends or families. Perhaps one of the most damaging consequences of premarital sexual activity occurs psychologically.
They normally expect failure and disaster is coming, and they normally can not lead normal lives. Phobias are an irrational fear of a certain object or situation. Most people will acknowledge their fear and know that it is unreasonable, but they can not control their anxiety. Another disorder is Social Anxiety Disorder. It is a social phobia, and their main fear is being judged harshly by others and the fear of do... ... middle of paper ... ...
Depressogenic Schemata are beliefs that are negative in nature. It is undesirable as it produces undeveloped, absolute, and inflexible attitudes about the individual and its relationship with the world (Knopf & Pössel, 2011). Stressful situations, such as changes in school and relationships during early adolescence, would activate negative schemata (Graber, Hilsman & Robinson, 1995) (Beck, 1967, 1983). When activated, Cognitive Errors arise and negatively modify self-perception and thoughts of their surroundings (Knopf & Pössel, 2011). They tend to be severe, dysfunctional and do not portray the situation correctly (Black & Pössel, 2013).
Some factors are improper socialization, having psychopathic parents, experiencing parental rejection and lack of love during childhood. There is evidence that offenders with antisocial personality are crime prone. They respond to frustrating events with strong negative emotions, feel stressed and harassed and are adversarial in their interpersonal relationships. Some are not able to empathize with others. They are impulsive, aggressive, and hedonistic.
Anxiety is a state of mental and/or physical panic. Mild anxiety is uncomfortable while severe anxiety can be disabling. Some people believe that anxiety is a bigger problem in society than expected. One example that demonstrates how serious of a problem anxiety is is discussed in the book, Anxiety Disorders by J. Paul Caldwell, MD, CCFP, the author asserts, “...it becomes extreme and exaggerated in its response, a destructive rather than helpful force, impairing performance and producing marked emotional distress. Excess anxiety robs the lives of those who suffer from it of peace, strains their relationships with family and friends, and causes significant suffering and unhappiness” (8).
It is an irrational fear that takes over someone's mind and prevents them to surmount obstacles in their life. They can range from something as scary as spiders to something as strange as paper-towel rolls. Like Lea Winerman, a writer for American Psychology Association, states, “ All phobias are anxiety disorders, lumped in the same class as post-traumatic stress disorder and panic disorder, among others. And anxiety disorders are, fundamentally, based on fear.” Phobias prevents people from functioning normally and have a healthy life by taking hold of their lives and daily schedules. The effects of having a phobia results in inconveniences in your life, stress, and medical problems in your future.
Those that suffer from social anxiety can be subjected to other disorder such as “depressive, substance use and other anxiety disorders” (Mehtalia, Vankar, 2004). Social anxiety can be caused by an experience that has tainted their view of social events. It can also be caused by lack of experience at social events. Many adolescents have struggled and are struggling with social anxiety. This state of unease has many consequences as stated by Mehtalia & Vankar “Adolescents with SAD had more associated difficulties in coping with studies.”
To Kill A Mockingbird First impressions of people are often lasting impressions,especially in the minds of children. Unfortunately, these impressionstend to be negative, thus, discrediting the individual who conveys theimpression and causing the observers to inaccurately assess his truecharacter. Many times these impressions, aided by misunderstanding andprejudgment, cause unjust discrimination against an individual. Tokill a Mockingbird depicts the themes of misunderstanding andprejudice which portray Arthur (Boo) Radley as a villain. Through theprogressive revelation of Radley's character, the children realizethat their negative impressions and fears toward him were unfounded.Through gradual stages of change, Jem's, Scout's, and Dill'simpressions of Radley are dramatically altered, bringing them to therealization that he is not the evil man he was thought to be, butrather a caring individual of distinguished bravery, and truly, thehero of the novel.
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.