Bipolar disorder

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  • Recovery Therapy Case Study

    petty crimes and her mother had suffered from an undiagnosed bipolar disorder. She was the only child who attended school but dropped out from grade 10 to help care for her dysfunction family. She grew up learning how to care for…

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  • Are Genius And Madness Related?

    Zara examines the phrase “all great art comes from great pain.” This book looks many artists and their lives. He studies their lives until he finds what drove them to the brink of anguish that inspires their greatest works. Zara searches for their troubles whether it be a tragedy from their childhood, a mental illness, or everyday suffering. He considers all types of artists including but not limited to the following: Amy Winehouse, Pablo Picasso, Andy Warhol, and Jane Austen. Simonton’s “Are…

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  • Character Analysis: A Not-So-Silver Lining

    I have a girlfriend with bipolar disorder and watching the movie basically hits home to me. Pat Solitano is someone who I feel as if I knew in real life. I think they portrayed Pat’s mental illness particularly well and the film is extremely accurate in all of its disorders. From this assignment, I learned a more extensive look at the DSM-5 in regards to bipolar disorder. The only thing I do not like about how the movie ended is they did not fast…

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  • The Death Of The Moth By Virginia Woolf Analysis

    Virginia Woolf’s short essays, “The Death of the Moth” and “Three Pictures” are both about death, in particular about how death is inevitable and futile to be fought against, and representative of Woolf’s life, in relation to her own suicide. Through rhetorical devices, tone, fragmentation, and metaphors, Woolf manages to incur sympathy for the moth and the widow. Both essays have a narrator that is an outsider, observing. In “The Death of the Moth,” the narrator is observing the moth and in…

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  • Abilify Research Papers

    works by the changing the actions of chemicals in the brain. The symptoms such as schzopherenia and bipolar disorder (maniac depression) are can be treated by using abilify. It is not known that usage of this drug in children of age about13yrs, if it is effective or not, or children of age 10yrs with suffering from bipolar disorder. It is also used in children of 6yrs or older who have tourette’s disorder, or symptoms of autism (irritability, mood swings, and self-injury). Information about…

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  • Summary: The Importance Of Medication Management

    the extent that one or two behaviors are mildly lingering (UpToDate, 2016). The medication may include mood stabilizer, antipsychotic, antidepressant, antidepressant-antipsychotic combination, and or anti-anxiety medications to treat Jenny for her bipolar symptoms. A physical evaluation should be ordered to obtain a base line on her physical condition and rule out any unknown mind…

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  • Theories Of Human Personality

    Many types of psychological pathology, such as bipolar disorder, seem to have their roots in genetics but biology alone is not enough to account for pathology. According to the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (American Psychiatric Association, 2013), Bipolar I Disorder is characterized by at least one major depressive episode lasting at least two weeks which includes symptoms such as depressed mood…

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  • Schizophrenia In Hamlet Essay

    In Shakespeare’s Hamlet, Hamlet displays clear signs of a struggle with Schizophrenia all throughout his plight following his father’s death. Among these are episodes of intense hallucination and illusion, those being during the visits of the ghost, some misguided thoughts and a loose grasp of reality, and the shifts and diction chosen in his soliloquies. In general, Hamlet displays a peculiarity and isolated nature about himself which is identical to that of a typical schizophrenic. Someone…

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  • Depression Argumentative Essay

    Swartz a Psychiatrist and director of the John Hopkins Mood Disorder Center 20% of bipolar patients commit suicide without medication. Without meds your depression may lead to suicide. Students who do not receive treatment have more outburst and a hard time paying attention. This can cause a daily struggle and cause stress in parents without the child taking medication. Next, taking medication can have a better powerful effect on bipolar patients. Lucie mother of child on medication, “Within…

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  • College Student Suicide

    A family weeps over a closed casket at their daughters’ funeral. Many mourners stand in silence to recognize yet another young life lost due to suicide. Similar events occur too often, and affect the lives of not only family and friends, but also everyone who knew the victim. In 2012, according the Center of Disease and Control, there were 40,000 deaths by suicide. Often those affected by suicide are confused by what leads people to choose to end their lives. In most cases, depression seems to…

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