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  • Parineeta Case Study

    Raghu (a junior clerk in a private company, earning equivalent to INR. 11,000 per month since last seven years) and Parineeta (a housewife), are both Hindus, and married in the year 2009 according to the Hindu Marriage Act, 1955 (‘HMA’). Raghu has filed a petition in June 2014 under Section 13(1)(ia) of the HMA in the District Court of Fancyland seeking divorce from Parineeta on the ground that she has been committing cruelty on him since January 2013. Raghu adduced the following evidence in…

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  • The Squid And The Whale Film Analysis

    THE SQUID AND THE WHALE The Squid and the Whale written and directed by Noah Baumbach in 2005 is a semi-autobiographical comedy-drama about his childhood in Brooklyn and the effect of his parents' divorce on the family set in the mid-1980s. It is a painful account of the break-up in 1986 of the marriage between middle-class writers Bernard (Jeff Daniels) and Joan Berkman (Laura Linney and its effect on their teenage sons Walt, 16 (Jesse Eisenberg) and Frank,10 (Owen Kline)…

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  • Psychological Interactions In The Movie: 5 Stages Of Grief

    The psychological reactions that involved in the movie In this movie, several psychological reactions involved, one of them is self-defense mechanism and the other one is 5 Stages of Grief. First of all, in the movie, Charlie had forgotten everything about being abused by aunt Helen as a child. Actually, Charlie was using self-defense mechanism to avoid being hurt. Self-defense mechanism was first suggested by Sigmund Freund. (Meleod,2009) The theory claimed that when experienced unacceptable…

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  • How To Sleep Deprivation Essay

    If Only I could sleep! Sleep deprivation is something that occurs when you do not get enough sleep. Sleeping is one of the basic needs we have as humans along with eating and drinking. Sleeping is an essential part of good health throughout your life. The amount of sleep needed varies from person to person most adults on average are said to need at least seven hours of sleep in order to feel well rested and function properly throughout their day. Side effects of sleep deprivation Sleep…

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  • Essay On Body Positivity

    One issue that really concerns me is what society views as the perfect body. For the longest time, being borderline underweight was the trend. However, in today’s society, being plus sized is gaining popularity. When I hear the word “plus sized”, I think of someone who is curvy, not overweight or obese. Society seems to think differently though. While I’m all for body positivity, I draw the line when it’s negatively affecting one’s health. According to the National Institute of Health, more…

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  • Mental Illness In Prison Analysis

    these environments is not healthy for them taking into consideration their mental state. Large portions of inmates that are incarcerated are not properly diagnosed; therefore their treatment cannot be determined or is one that is ineffective. Mental disorders can range from mild to severe and the environment of a prison has the tendency to amplify their conditions. The severity of their condition also determines the severity of the nervous breakdown that an inmate can have. A nervous breakdown…

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  • Summary Of Loneliness Over Time

    issues rather than just being a symptom towards a mental health problem. I believe the reason why the impact of loneliness on mental health is not researched much as an impact because more people tend to believe that if you have a certain mental disorder that loneliness is just a symptom. In the article the authors are trying to prove that being lonely or feeling lonely is not just a symptom however it can cause additional serious issues. Lim, Rodebaugh, Gleeson and Zyphur hypothesized that…

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  • Social Anxiety College Students

    based upon positive or negative peer feedback”( Leary,2001). Here the authors are attempting to provide the reader with sufficient information about social anxiety so they can have some insight about the logic of those that are affected by this disorder. Explaining the logic of someone with social anxiety appeals to the logical reasoning of the audience and helps them understand why social anxiety is such a debilitating…

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  • The Show Shameless Analysis

    The Show Shameless is about a family that lives in Chicago, and the father of six kids is a constant drunk, looking for his next drink or drugs. After Liam, the youngest of the kids was born, their mother, Monica Gallagher ran off leaving the kids in Frank Gallagher’s position, the father. But with him being constantly drunk and or even high, the eldest of the kids, Fiona Gallagher is pushed into being a parent for the kids so they are not put into foster care. Over the course of the show, the…

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  • Eating Disorders In Young Adulthood

    development, various health issues may transpire. This essay will focus primarily on how eating disorders affect both genders during this stage, predominantly in Western societies. The term ‘eating disorder’ is a very comprehensive term, which is further broken down into categories. The content of this essay will cover three of these categories; including Anorexia nervosa, Bulimia nervosa also Binge Eating Disorder. Additionally discussed are the benefits of psychodynamic theory and cognitive…

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