Post Traumatic Stress Analysis

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Some might view her transactional process for her drive to help people as a psychological need to feel happy. Her transactions are to get the feedback from others that she never received as a child from her mother. This results in a reciprocal interaction between her as a child was missing between her and her care giver. (Kerig, Ludlow, Wenar, 25) when she was young her mother neglected her which led to having severe attachment issues. Also, her grandmother was very authoritarian, so she never had the the cherished childhood that some children get. (Wikipedia, 1) In a normal reaction to all of the Post Traumatic Stress that she has received most of her life she shouldn’t have been so successful as she is now. In a way, her show is how she was able to cope with all of the stress she has dealt with in her life. We say that because her show seems to mainly focus on the viewing audience. So, during her show she looks for the satisfaction of her audience to give her that rush she needed to feel as a child; since most of her childhood was all about the negative. She needed a way to end up focusing more on the positive …show more content…
They would all fall into the same type of multifinality as ever person out there. What multifinality is that a many outcomes in a person’s life my stem from the same beginning. (lecture week 1) So you must ask yourself where would Oprah’s multifinality begin at. Since her endings don’t seem to be the ends of a normal person that when through the same thing she did. Her multifinality changed once she had left the caregiver of her mother and went to go live with her father. Her father seems to be more of the supportive authoritative parent most people want to be. So it shows that if she continued to live with her mother she would have been neglected and mistreated and still abused until she was old enough to

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