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  • How Does Depression Affects Adolescence

    In today’s society adolescence are often pressured into many things by the media. According to magazines they have to look a certain way, around their friends they must act a certain way, and of course family always heaves the stress on by making sure they maintain good grades, think about colleges, hold down a job, and overall be basically a superhero. With all of the stress that goes with being an adolescent, there are other situations that just add more fuel to the raging fire. However, as a…

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  • Personal Reflective Essay: How Training Has Changed My Life

    When I was a little, my mother made sure I was involved in sports. Although I’m a girl, she wanted me to focus only on sports, rather than learn how to walk in heals, which I still struggle with today. Tennis was the first sport I joined at the age of five, but that was not enough. As I began training for tennis tournaments, my coach decided that I need to join track in order to increase my speed on the court. For my mother that was a marvelous idea, but for me it was not as marvelous. The first…

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  • Prozac Research Papers

    strong enough to effect a person’s life (Magni). Many people today still struggle with depression, and it’s important for them to be informed on drugs that may be able to treat them and turn their life around, such as Prozac. A serotonin reuptake inhibitor (SSRI), Prozac works by selectively allowing serotonin to accumulate in the brains synapses. Serotonin is a neurotransmitter that has to do with the control of sleep states, mood, sexual…

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  • Chitra Banerjee Divakaruni's The Vine Of Desire

    In the beginning was pain. Or perhaps it was end that was suffused with pain, its distinctive indigo tint. Color of old bruises, color of broken pottery, of crumpled maps in evening light. But, no, not like them, ultimately. For although men have tried for thousands of years to find the right simile- and women too- ultimately pain is only like itself. (VD 3) So begins Chitra Banerjee Divakaruni’s novel The Vine of Desire. Divakaruni textures the experiences of Calcutta born and raised sisters,…

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  • Analysis Of Depression Is A Choice By A. B Curtiss

    Sadness is something everyone experiences. It is a normal reaction to difficult times in life and usually passes with a little time. When a person has depression, it interferes with daily life and normal functioning. It can cause pain for both the person with depression and those who care about him or her. Doctors call this condition “depressive disorder,” or “clinical depression.” It is a real illness. (Department of Health and Human Services). Major Depressive Disorder impacts all racial,…

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  • Mayo Clinic: A Case Study: Mayo Clinic

    Website #1: Mayo Clinic Brief Review of Contents/Summary Mayo Clinic’s website provides a user-friendly and accessible interface for those seeking answers concerning their mental health (Mayo). In addition to holding a large array of information, information is presented in a variety of modes (Mayo). For instance, the dashboard on the main page houses several dropdown menus directing one to a surplus of links such as, “Patient Care” and “Health Info,” ‘Education, “and “Departments and…

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  • Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder Case Study

    Case Study The case study will discuss a 52-year-old male client, Samuel, who is suffering obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD) with good or fair insight. In this paper, this author will illustrate this case and discuss Samuel’s symptoms and diagnosis. In addition, this author will demonstrate evidence-based treatments and analyze potential challenges in therapy. Symptoms and Diagnosis This section will show an explanation of Samuel’s problem and his diagnosis. Samuel presented many features…

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  • Reflective Essay On Mental Illness

    Before I start talking about the book I have chosen to read, I would like to describe how I came to my decision upon choosing the book. When I first saw we had to read a memoir I was nervous because I have never read one. So the first thing I decide to do was find what a memoir was. After learning what a memoir was I felt less anxiety because I knew what I would be dealing with. My next step in continuing this project was figuring out which book I had to read. Our professor gave us a list…

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  • Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder Paper

    The diagnostic criteria for OCD (Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder) includes recurring and unwanted thoughts & urges which are hard to suppress and may cause discomfort or anxiety; this is known as obsession. Subsequently, there are compulsions, repetitive behaviors and actions performed by a person in a response to an obsession or an unrealistic belief it will prevent a horrific event or sooth anxiety. In order to meet the criteria for OCD these obsessions, compulsions, or a combination of both…

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  • Arthur Dimmesdale Character Quotes

    Arthur Dimmesdale has efficiently demonstrated that he suffers from avoidant personality disorder throughout the novel. While Dimmesdale does not show every symptom of the disorder, many of his symptoms are apparent and persistent enough for a diagnosis. Impulsiveness, fear of being rejected or criticized, manipulation, and violation of the emotional rights of others are all key characteristics of Dimmesdale as well as avoidant personality disorder (Burton 2012). Whether or not Dimmesdale was…

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