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Assignment on The Influence of Sexual Trauma on Physical and Mental Health

The sequelae of sexual abuse are extensive, pervasive, and severe. Numerous studies exist showing a constellation of mental health problems associated with the experience of sexual trauma. These problems have been identified as depression, low self-esteem, repeated victimization, self-destructive behaviour, substance abuse, chronic tension and fatigue, difficulties in intimate relationships, problems with parenting, difficulties trusting, difficulties in achieving intimate relationships, an increased incidence of domestic violence, and a higher rate of teen pregnancy. PTSD is among the most common of all psychiatric disorders experienced by survivors of sexual abuse.

Terrifying experiences that destroy an individual’s sense of predictability, security and foundational assumptions about the world can subsequently alter the way one deals with emotions and the environment. Such experiences can include war trauma, physical and sexual assault accidents, and natural disasters. PTSD can vary in severity among affected individuals but is characterized by the combination of intrusive and numbing symptoms. When the intrusive reliving of the trauma dominates an individual’s life, the individual tries to organize life around avoiding the intrusion. Avoidance may entail ingesting drugs or alcohol that numb awareness of emotions, staying away from things that remind the individual of the trauma, or using dissociation to keep traumatic memories from entering consciousness.

Conditioned hyperarousal, a sense of helplessness in escaping the intrusion of the traumatic event into the activities of daily life, and other trauma-related changes can permanently alter how a person views the world and the concept of self within the world. The world becomes an unsafe and unpredictable place. The long-term effects of trauma include generalized hyperarousal with difficulties in self-regulation and modulation of impulses, problems with social attachments including excessive dependence or isolation, alterations in stimulus discrimination which include dissociation and somatization, conditioned fear responses to trauma-related stimuli, loss of trust, hope and a sense of agency, and social avoidance characterized by a loss of meaningful attachments and a lack of participation in preparations for the future.


Essay on Reinforce Exclusion and Discrimination

It is the responsibility and role of individuals working in adult care practice to assure that inclusion, diversity, and equality is promoted to all of the adults in the adult care section. This can be done by showing them respect and dignity and allowing their dignity and privacy in the manner that suits the adult. Continue reading “Essay on Reinforce Exclusion and Discrimination”


Simplified Book Review– Animal Farm

Animal Farm

Animal Farm is one of the most famous satirical/dystopian works on equality and politics, symbolized by barnyard animals who are living free from the tyranny of their masters. Written by George Orwell in 1945, Animal Farm contains the story of animals on Mr Jones’ Manor Farm, who are inspired by an old boar, Major, to rebel. They start a revolution by embracing animalism so as to attain their ideal state of justice and progress. However, the pig named Napoleon who is portrayed to be power hungry becomes a totalitarian dictator and leads the entire Farm into oppression. Continue reading “Simplified Book Review– Animal Farm”

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Research Paper on Problems with Modern Forms of Transport

When the requirements of urban mobility cannot be satisfied for a variety of reasons by urban transport systems, then most transport problems take place. A high level of concentration and accumulation of economic activities is present in cities. The complex infrastructure supports the complex spatial structures, involving transport systems. Continue reading “Research Paper on Problems with Modern Forms of Transport”

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Essay on Dealing with Global Epidemics

The significance of the capacity of managing disease outbreaks was highlighted by the outspread of Ebola in the DRC (Democratic Republic of Congo) to an urban center. This outbreak was one of many followed by cholera, Nipah, yellow fever, Lassa fever, dengue, MERS (Middle East Respiratory Syndrome). Most of these emerged from the originated country, thereby the international reforms implemented after the outbreak of West Africa have not been tested seriously. Continue reading “Essay on Dealing with Global Epidemics”


How HR Issues can be mitigated in the Hospitality Industry?

Through preventative and effective measures, these challenging issues can be mitigated efficiently by HR. Issues within the hospitality industry can be lessened by adding employee appreciation/recognition and leadership in the organization. These challenges can be lessened by the implementation of an effective employee recognition program, also it enhances employee engagement and adds more value to the business. Continue reading “How HR Issues can be mitigated in the Hospitality Industry?”


Thesis on The Success of W.H.O (World Health Organization)

The organization aims at health care development and giving priority for promoting health care problems and treating the vulnerable. World Health Organization focuses on fostering and guaranteeing health security by providing the ability to defend the unprivileged and improving the regulations which are related to International Health. Continue reading “Thesis on The Success of W.H.O (World Health Organization)”


Essay on How the Government has impact My Life?

In every aspect possible, bad or good, everyone’s life whether be it male or female is influenced by the government. As the world we reside in is made by us, thereby, it is entirely in our hands what we do with it. It is essential to make political decisions deliberately, as we depend on one another both on the international and local level. Competing interests can be considered well by democracy along with their integration in satisfactory compromises leading to provide a hearing to all groups. Continue reading “Essay on How the Government has impact My Life?”

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Assignment on Gender violence

It must be taken into account that one of the most frequent traumas appears as a consequence of gender violence: abuse and rape, which also occur in girls and boys and in the family environment. Often the abuse goes unnoticed by the adults around you and is difficult to detect even in the course of therapy.

There are indications that these traumas are more damaging than those that occur in contexts of physical violence without sexual abuse Perhaps it is because they affect attachment relationships and adult bonding. Classifications of mental illness, such as DSM 5, are descriptions of behaviours that appear associated with disorders; but they do not give an explanation of the causes or the processes that underlie the appearance of these psychological problems.

Post-traumatic stress disorder is an exception, as it is the only anxiety disorder that is recognized as having a specific event or situation that causes it. The cause is the traumatic event and, when it leads to a psychological disorder, the consequences are the behaviours described in the diagnostic criteria. However, the processes that link cause and effect are not explained.

In this section, we are going to expose a series of processes that account for how trauma can produce post-traumatic stress disorder, which will allow us to shed light on how to treat it. Each person subjected to a traumatic attack or threat reacts differently. Thus, 64% do not develop a psychological disorder considered as such. So what are the circumstances that must come together for a psychological disorder to appear? In children undergoing traumatic events, characteristics that can predict those most likely to develop post-traumatic stress disorder have been studied. The existence of present problems at the moment of the fact is the ones that best predict it. These include the previous existence of short-term post-traumatic stress, depression, anxiety, and parents having post-traumatic stress.