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    The 74th Hunger Games was the Hunger Games that changed the lives of Katniss Everdeen and Peeta Mellark. The Hunger Games is a televised event in the world of Panem where one female tribute and one male tribute are sent to fight to the death for food and money. These 24 men and women have to fight and kill each other until there is only 1 person left. Once only one person is left alive, they will be considered “victor” and will be able to go home with lots of food and money. The 74th Hunger…

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    Depression in action/ and what Causes it Today there are many causes of depression, and researcher’s state there isn 't one cause to it. There also isn’t a reason to why the brain neurotransmitters are imbalanced during depression. However, it is very important for psychologist and researchers to understand the brain activity. Depression can come in either long term or short term. However, some common causes of depression today include PTSD, long term sickness, and stress. Researches…

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    Treatment Plan for Generalized Anxiety Disorder This treatment plan is based upon the scenario presented in Unit 4, for client Kristen. According to the criterion set out in the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders, Fifth Edition (DSM-5), this client has all of the symptoms of Generalized Anxiety Disorder, (GAD) 300.02 (F41.1). The presenting symptoms include: excessive worrying, tiredness, irritability, sleeplessness, muscle tension, and difficulty concentrating. Her…

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    Symptoms Of Mental Illness

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    “A mental illness is a condition that impacts a person’s thinking, feeling, or mood…,” (“Mental Health Conditions”). Adults and children alike are susceptible to mental illness, yet it is an issue that many people subconsciously sweep under the rug. The stigma around mental illness, that it is an affliction for which one is to be shamed, is a strong one. Many people often do not know that, in all likelihood, they know at least one person who is mentally ill. As of 2014, one in twenty-five…

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    In The Dark Poem Analysis

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    Did you know that there is over 3 million cases of depression reported each year and 20% of those people develop psychotic symptoms.In the poem “In The Dark” the poet describes putting on a fake smile to please the others around him while he suffers with severe depression.The theme of the poem is that you should not risk your own happiness to please others. The theme of the poem relates to being human because many people can relate to feeling alone and pretending to be happy. I…

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    Hardships come in a variety of ways. Depression, loneliness, loss, broken relationships are all forms of hardship. To endure hardship, is more than just continuing to exist; it is continuing to exist in the same manner as before the suffering began. Many people need someone to help them endure their hardship and their suffering; however, others prefer to be by themselves. In the book Of Mice and Men, written by John Steinbeck, we can see these two ways of dealing with hardship and suffering in…

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    Koenigs and Tranel (2007) used the ultimatum game (UG) to study the responses of patients with ventromedial prefrontal cortex (VMPC) damage. Since VMPC have been previously been shown to affect emotion regulation, Koenigs and Tranel hypothesized that patients with VMPC damage would be likely to “irrationally” reject an unfair offer in the UG because they lack the emotional regulation necessary to “rationally” accept. To test their hypothesis, Koenigs and Tranel recruited VMPC patients (n=7),…

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    Week #2 Questions 1. Compare and contrast psychosocially healthy people with their "unhealthy" counterparts. What differences do you notice in psychosocially healthy people? Compared to people who are psychosocially unhealthy, psychosocially healthy people are able to communicate and relate to others, they are also a part of the community, valid, and have strong social bonds and support. On the other hand, people who are not psychosocially healthy have trouble communicating with others, fitting…

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    Burnout Limitations

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    Definitions Burnout: Maslach & Jackson (1981) described burnout as a state of exhaustion and depersonalization that causes a lack of professional efficacy and, or reduces the likelihood of personal accomplishments. Emotional exhaustion: Emotional exhaustion is defined as feelings of fatigue (Maslach &Jackson, 1981; Morgan, deBruin, & deBruin, 2014). It is a chronic state of both emotional and physical depletion due to exhaustion. Depersonalization: Depersonalization occurred when the…

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    The short story All Summer in a Day, by Ray Bradbury shows how many people don’t think about the results of their actions and reveals that many people do not pause and look at the consequences for their actions and reveals that if people aren’t thinking before they act they will really affect someone. In this short story there are many examples of when someone on Venus suffers because they do not contemplate the consequences because of their previous actions. Each 9 year old has an experience in…

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