Anxiety disorder

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  • The Fear Takes Hold: A Short Story

    The Fear Takes Hold You only have to be eighteen to be sent to prison. That thought scurried through my brain as I stood in the entrance of that terrifying place. “This could be me,” I thought to myself. The door smashed shut behind me, so loud I jumped. The room was pale white and as cold as death. Stale was the air that surrounded me. I walked in and was petrified, frozen in place by the panic that tried to overtake me. I knew the moment was coming upon me. It was the moment I would look her…

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  • Difference Between Positive And Negative Stress

    works. “It is a known fact for people to experience some type of depressive mood or feeling in relation to stress. An excessive amount of stress has been shown to contribute to depression or anxiety”. Stress many times can cause insomnia. Insomnia keeps people up at night due to worrying or anxiety. This sometimes can occur with positive stress, in which you are so excited that you can night sleep the night before a big event but this is temporary. It is important not to think…

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  • Personal Group Reflection

    The reason for this is that when I feel someone else’s anxiety it can sometimes exasperate my anxiety. This would be a disaster for group leaders. 8) I would be worried about any of the clients offending another client participating in the group. If for some reason I could not control a group situation and it lead to horrible outcome…

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  • Comparison: Epicurus And Joel Osteen

    I was watching a few minutes of one of Joel Osteen 's lectures on TV last night. Whether you like him or not you still have to admit he is one of the best public speakers in America. Even though your beliefs might not be aligned with his, what he said about happiness and contentment really struck me. What intrigued me the most is that the essence of his message wasn 't totally religious, even though he explained it in the context of the Bible. "Be happy today" is what he was preaching last…

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  • The Role Of Faith In Toni Cade Bambara's 'If We Must Die'

    When one encounters obstacle after obstacle after obstacle, one might feel that they need to give up. It is hard to see the light at the end of the tunnel when you are shrouded darkness. Zala experiences this first-hand in Toni Cade Bambara’s These Bones Are Not My Child. Her search for her lost son, proves to be one of the most difficult journey’s she has undertaken. She goes through unimaginable efforts to find him and is foiled at all corners. Regardless, she is able to maintain her courage…

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  • The Pursuit Of Mental Illness

    With our hectic lives and busy days at office, vast majority of the human population feel depressed and stressed. While living in a family many of us find that ‘pursuit of happiness’ has transformed into ‘pursuit of peace of mind’. Too much work in office or your boss’ attitude; your wife’s demands or your kids performing not too well in school; any few of these factors can get you worried and stressed for your lifetime. If you notice, the more you try to solve your problems, the more you get…

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  • Personal Narrative: Graduating High School

    TS: Graduating high school is my fondest memory up until today because it was such a long-awaited, unstipulated moment due to my mental health struggles, loss of identity, and loss of faith. All of my roadblocks have shaped me into the person I am today. If it wasn’t for the people and most importantly, God, around me that helped me every step of the way, I wouldn’t be as strong as I am right now. My whole experience with my mental health and loss of identity struggles made graduation ever more…

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  • Essay: A Pause In Visas

    I struggle so hard to write this paper. I think about all the problems I am experiencing in my life and how hard it is. I even had to ask for an extension, and yet, my life could be so much worse. I could be living in a poor country drowning under communist rule. Instead, I live in America. Many people would kill to be in my position. I seem so selfish. “Land of the free”. Right? “A Pause in Visas, A Pause in Lives” does not even specify who the author is. “ONCUBA STAFF” stares boldly back at…

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  • Holden Caulfield Treatment Plan

    Treatment Plan and Release Schedule: Holden has PTSD, which requires a different type of treatment plan than some other illness. That will require a treatment plan over the course of 10 weeks. That 's been if his illness gets better by the time. The first step would be to create an evaluation of Holden’s PTSD level. To best recommend the appropriate treatments. As his main two problems are sleeping problems and his negativity. That will be the main focus. It will be recommended antidepressants,…

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  • Advantages And Disadvantages Of Verbally De-Escalation

    person is not recommended either. However, the staff should not come across as “fearful” either. A staff member who is too emotional or frightened by the client will have a low success rate at de-escalation. We have to control our own fear and anxiety. This fear can lead to unproductive and/or inappropriate behavior, freezing, or overreacting. Lastly, not allowing for the proper personal space can bring back past traumatic experiences for the client and make chosen compliance…

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