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    her abusively, and denied it. Billy returns the following day with a BBB gun and proceeds to shoot at Jeannette and her siblings. ( Pg 86, 87) In conclusion, of sections 1 and 11, I believe a large number of families are dysfunctional. However, for those who have not experienced a troubling childhood, it is imperative to grasp an understanding of how those wounds can and does impact the way people live after the fact. Judgment has no place in the context of traumatic struggles. Jeannette 's parents are an example of how likeable people can be despite their cycle of dysfunctions, passed on from generation to generation. The two parents have qualities that are admirable, yet show us egregious infractions at the expense of their family. Most importantly they have a past, a reason for their behavior, but not an excuse. For the most part addictions, appears to have a common thread, based on the dysfunctions within families, enduring tragic, often complicated childhoods. Biological and psychological factors, are linked together like a chain, thereby necessary to understand why and how a person comes to the perceptions and abnormal behaviors that shape their personalities. It is of the utmost importance to set aside preconceived notions of weakness, lack of self control and see the strengths, creativity and endurance despite the maladjusted behavior that exists.…

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    The Five Dysfunction of a Team addresses those impediments that can prevent a group of people from working effectively and efficiently together towards a goal. My experience as a member of a Cornerstone formation team last year exemplifies how those obstacles make team work almost impossible and definitely unpleasant. I will summarize that experience and evaluate it in terms of the five dysfunctions explained in the book, ending with my assessment and recommendation on how our group could have…

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    A LEADERSHIP SUMMARY PAPER OF THE FIVE DYSFUNCTION OF ATEAM. BELLO HIQMAT DAMILOLA WESTERN KENTUCKY UNIVERSITY THE FIVE DYSFUNCTIONS OF A TEAM This can be defined as the procedures that must be followed in order to create a successful and excellent team. Lencioni (2002). The five dysfunctions of a team are firstly, the absence of trust: When there is a…

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    These characteristics can affect how people communicate, make decisions, and care for themselves (Eliopoulos, 2014). Being a part of the healthcare team, nurses will need to pay attention to these changes in their patients. These changes in mental status will need to be assessed. There are several cognitive assessments that can be administered…

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    approach to explain why one might lose their sexual desire and how they can reclaim it on their own. The focus of this paper will be to demonstrate the lack of empirical evidence in Hall’s recommendations. Beginning with a brief summary of Hall’s recommendations, empirical studies will be presented to demonstrate why the anecdotal experiences of patients is not sufficient without scientific data. Studies will be presented to demonstrate the important of conducting empirical studies. Hall…

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    further explain, that is not saying that the physical part of dating should be the base of the relationship, but when appropriate, it is a positive component of a good relationship. Sex problems can originate only from two sources: one source is physical, the other psychological. The most common physical problems affecting sexual performance seem to fall on men. Those problems are erectile dysfunction or ED, premature ejaculation, low libido, inhibited ejaculation and low testosterone levels.…

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    In literature, love has always been a concept of great debate, although, what exactly is love? Pamela C. Regan, from Los Angeles University, explains that “…A person who experiences sexual desire for another individual, along with other emotional or psychological events, may characterize his or her state as one of ‘being in love…’” (Regan 139). However, does this sexual desire always breed emotion? When one thinks of love, thoughts of tenderness, kindness, and romance often arise with it.…

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    The 2009 documentary, Orgasm Inc., exposes pharmaceutical companies responsible for falsely advertising the so-called disease “Female Sexual Dysfunction (FSD)”. The film is about the companies and entrepreneurs who are trying to convince women that it's a physiological problem if they don't climax every time they have sex, that can be "fixed" with pills or creams. Canner asks the questions: Is "female sexual dysfunction" really a disorder or a genius marketing stroke? And could the products that…

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    In the documentary, Orgasm Inc., Liz Canner follows a pharmaceutical company's quest to develop the first Viagra-like drug for women that is approved by the FDA. Many issues are seen within this attempt to develop this new drug for women. It is seen within the role of the pharmaceutical company defining Female Sexual Dysfunction and the role of media, advertising, and society. The pharmaceutical company took the role in defining Female Sexual Dysfunction as a disease that can be cured by taking…

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    Viagra enjoys a continued explosion of popularity because it really is effective! Swallowing a little blue pill about an hour before sex virtually ensures sexual performance for most men. While the effects of Viagra usually last as long as four hours, the strength of the dosages’ effectiveness becomes less as time progresses. Impotence is a problem that some men experience when they age or when they have other medical problems. Viagra helps with most impotency problems by relaxing the blood…

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