Sunday, January 5, 2020

Psychology Autobiographical Assignment On Depression

Psychology Autobiographical Assignment The first concept I am going to discuss is depression. When I was in high school I suffered from depression. When I was a freshman I was diagnosed with Myalgic Encephalomyelitis (ME) which is also called Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (CFS). This could be described as a disease that is characterized by profound fatigue, sleep abnormalities, pain, and other symptoms that only become worse with the exertion of energy. CFS is very hard to diagnose because a lot of the symptoms resemble depression. A big difference is that â€Å"People with depression usually feel very tired and aren’t interested in doing any activity, regardless of the task or the required amount of effort. Meanwhile, those with chronic fatigue syndrome usually want to engage in activities but just feel too tired to do so (Nall, 2015). For me, everything that came along with having CFS is what caused me to have depression. When I was diagnosed at the end of freshman year, my parents made the decision to homeschool me so that I could have treatment. It made sense to take me out of school because I was always sick because of my decreased immune response caused by CFS. During the time when I was homeschooled I was going to a treatment center every week to get an IV and at home was having to take twelve pills a day and give myself B-12 shots. This all took a big toll on me and not being able to socialize made it worse. I felt isolated and alone and with this combined with my parents’Show MoreRelatedDeveloping Management Skills404131 Words   |  1617 PagesSelf-Disclosure 89 Through the Looking Glass 89 Diagnosing Managerial Characteristics 90 An Exercise for Identifying Aspects of Personal Culture: A Learning Plan and Autobiography 92 SKILL APPLICATION 95 Activities for Developing Self-Awareness 95 Suggested Assignments 95 Application Plan and Evaluation 95 SCORING KEYS AND COMPARISON DATA 97 Self-Awareness Assessment 97 Scoring Key 97 Comparison Data 97 Emotional Intelligence Assessment 97 Scoring Key 97 Comparison Data 99 The Defining Issues Test 99 The EscapedRead MoreManagement Challenges for the 21st Century.Pdf60639 Words   |  243 Pagesperiod of PROFOUND TRANSITION—and the changes are more radical perhaps than even those that ushered in the â€Å"Second Industrial v vi Introduction Revolution† of the middle of the 19th century, or the structural changes triggered by the Great Depression and the Second World War. READING this book will upset and disturb a good many people, as WRITING it disturbed me. For in many cases—for example, in the challenges inherent in the DISAPPEARING BIRTHRATE in the developed countries, or in the challengesRead MoreOrganisational Theory230255 Words   |  922 PagesRedirections in Organization Analysis, London: Tavistock. Rorty, R. (1979) Philosophy and the Mirror of Nature, Princeton N.J.: Princeton University Press. Rose, M. (1978) Industrial Behaviour, Harmondswork: Penguin. Schein, E. (1970) Organizational Psychology, 2nd edn, Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice-Hall. Silverman, D. (1970) The Theory of Organizations, London: Heinemann. Stern, R.N. and Barley S.R. (1996) ‘Organizations and social systems: Organization theory’s neglected mandate’, Administrative Science

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