Biopsychosocial Perspective Of My Self

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From the time that we are born to the person that we are to become allows us to learn and grow through the interactions in the biopsychosocial framework. Stepping back and reflecting on my identity as to who I am, who I have become and who I am becoming illustrates the interconnectivities of the biopsychosocial framework. I believe that without the mind and body along with a spirit, I would not be who I am today. Recollecting on the biological scope of myself, has impacted my life as to how I treat my body and mind. Living and growing up with ill and disabled parents has made it quite a challenge to maintain a healthy diet and exercise regularly. With the history of unknown and known diseases in my family has led me to be more alert of what …show more content…
The thoughts, behaviors and emotions that I have learned to act upon and live in proves that this part of the biopsychosocial framework is the biggest for me. Those that know me well enough to say that I wear my emotions in my sleeve is more than accurate. This is who I am and what I have become of this psychological force of human development. In short, I would definitely describe myself as a hard worker, one that has persevered, caring, easygoing, and spontaneous to a degree. The characteristics that I have embodied has help me further define the role that I am playing. There are so many factors that has led me to the discovery of some of these characteristics such as going away to college, losing and making friends as well as family members, jobs that I have worked, and the relationships I have established and maintaining. In this process as well, I believe that the person that I have become have been from leaning and modeling from that that I have looked up to such as my teachers and mentors. Also, cognitively I have developed my own way of functioning in handling certain information. For example, in the event that my father passing away and learning how others that have handled the situation has helped me better cope with the incident rather than be overwhelmed and be engulfed in grief. I also believe that from the biological force, and psychological forces is interconnected as to the behavior that I

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