I can relate to this because this is how my life and family is when it comes to the screens and how much i use it during my lifetime.
A lot of people in today's society most definitely do not want to attend a psychiatrist rather than an actual doctor.It makes them look as if they are crazy among their peers so they would rather find a solution themselves.
I read the article on Parenting and screen time. I agree and disagree with the author in the fact that many parents could feel guilty for letting their children spend too much time on tv and video games. I grew up without video games completely so I understand why parents take them away. But I do not understand why they feel guilty about it. I am split on agreeing and disagreeing because there is a world out here without the computer screens. We do not need them per say but they are helpful. I simply do not always understand why a parent feels bad about taking it away because I never had them in the first place and I do not think they are necessary for children to have access to.
I agree with the parenting article. If kids see their parents using their phones more than the kids are allowed to be on their electronics the kids might think that something is wrong with them. The parents do need to spend time with their kids instead of giving them electronics to calm them down. The guilt between a child and parent can be strong. The guilt and grief a child will give their parent if they don't have their electronics can cause the parents to feel like they are doing the wrong thing. Children should have a limited electronic time instead of having them taken away though. They should be allowed to be on their electronics after a certain time for a certain time. This will cause less distress and more time to spend with the children.
I disagree with the article on how it says the girl is being negltive as a parent every kid is going to play and do things that aren't the smartest but that's how we learn if we don't do things that aren't the smartest we will never learn what we should and shouldn't do
"The Concept of Concept Creep"
Basically in this article they are trying to see if the three people introduced in the beginning of the article need to be diagnosed with... ADHD,Depression or parental neglect. They all show symptoms of these just by the way they feel and the way that they are acting.
To sum up the article (i chose the one about depression and anxiety), it basically talks about how to get help with depression or anxiety. It lets you know how good the outcome will be if you get help sooner then later. It also gives you reasons to seek help if you have recently had a baby so your symptoms don't get worse while you have to take care of a child.
As I was reading the Article about "Obese Parents Put Babies At Risk" I saw where, children with obese mothers are 70 percent more likely to fail fine motor skills tests. Obese fathers influenced thier child's development, with their children 75 percent more likely to fail in measures of social competence. Also, children of the extremely obese were three times more likely to fail in problem-solving aptitude.
In the article I read it talked about parents feeling guilty for giving their children to much screen time. Most parents feel like they are in a hot seat, being judged and labeled a, "bad parent". Most parents feel guilty, because by cutting back on their children's screen time the children are losing a pleasurable activity.The author of the article gives the advice of starting with little goals of screen time. By doing this it breaks habits of being online and relying on it.
The article talks about how hard it is for women to feel good about them selves after having a baby. They also talk about how they want to get back to the way things were as soon as possible but it's sometimes harder for them. They also think that women who just had babies need to make sure they are taking care of them selves and I argree with the article that it is probably better for women to get therapy after having a baby. The article says the sooner you get help the sooner you feel better, this is probably accurate. Women who don't get treatment stay in depression longer and never fell better. They are worn out and don't take care of them selves which is the number one thing that needs to be done.
I can relate to this article in some ways because I am often around my nieces and they seem to be obsessed with phones and tablets and such. Their mother may give them a phone to entertain them while she gets things done and she has realized that in doing that, she has contributed to her child's difficulties.
Because Jacob the six year old gets up and does all of that stuff is the effect of him having adhd he acts out because he cant help it.
In the article I read it was debating if postpartum woman really needed therapy. I would agree to this because woman do go through a lot of stress with trying to keep things in place and in tact. A therapist could help give tips on how to make everyday task easier along with ego-strengthening. Or just someone to talk things out with privately.
Basically, its saying that we immediately think that based on someone's actions we automatically think they're a certain type of person.
Doctors can understand why there are certain things that happen in the body. They're trained mostly on the physical part of trying to find the answer. Not the physiological part. They spend almost $256 billion on running tests every year. There's a new diagnosis call PPD, mostly people who have anxiety or have been through something traumatic have had cases of this type.
Relationships can last if certain individuals have stronger social relationships with others. People with stronger social relationships have a 50% chance of being in a relationship for at least 7 years, compared to others with weaker skills. You want to have a relationship with someone who understands who you are and what you do. If they were to run into a problem between them, it would be hard for them to resolve it if they did not get each other very well.
I can relate to the article "Is guilt affecting how you manage ScreenTime?" I have a friend whose mom had to kicked out their dad because he was doing drugs. She saw how hard that was on my friend. So now she will buy or do anything because she feels guilty and she wants to Justify her actions from years ago.
In, ' Common Do Postpartum Women really need Therapy?', is talking the importance of going to a specialized therapist who can get you back to your home function as quickly as possible. It is better to have a therapist who knows how the can help, rather than going to one just to talk about your day. The understand the importance of why you need to get back to yourself again. They are wanting to lower your coping and help you leave the program all new again. They help the women who have just had a baby and don't like the way they look or feel. They are very insecure. They are stating tips on why you should call a therapist and get over the rough patch in front of you.
I Agree with what this article says. Symptoms just don't go away and is a very serious thing. People need support during this time. The support helps people get better day by day.
Summary: Postpartum depression in men and women can be helped with a therapist that specializes is postpartum depression. People should get treatment for postpartum depression because it is a serious issue that someone can have after the birth of a child. There are plenty of reasons why he/she should get help for this illness.
Many parents feel guilty for taking away their children's electronics due to the fact that their children might suffer from being an outcast because of the lack of friends, hobbies, imaginary plays, or other interests. When the author or psychologist tell parents that they might need a break from screen-time, the parents would feel pressured, and they would tend to work around the solution that has been given which is taking away their children's screen-time. Guiltiness is an uncomfortable emotion that people tends to avoid. For example, the girl Ali is suffering from depression, but mom feared that taking away her electronics would make Ali more depressed because she won't have anything else to cope with and to occupy her time on social medias.
I read the summary about postpartum and depression among women. It explains what women should do if they are feeling down, and need help with everyday functioning. Now, some women may not want to deal with the hassle of going to therapy to get relief while they are dealing with a new baby in their life, but it is highly recommended. The sooner the women go, the sooner they will be able to relieve their symptoms, and if they wait, it could be harder to get them back on track. The treatment relief is not an occurring class, and it's not for any long term help, it could be one to two or even ten days. It is just suppose to give some relief for the present.
Social relationships are a necessity in order to survive and thrive. Social isolation is more dangerous than things like obesity and physical inactivity. Romantic relationships may influence health. Having a responsive partner is good to have because it can affect something called cortisol, which is a hormone that helps regulate bodily functions.
4) The cause was Sarah being depressed and the effect was is cause she is in college and shes alone.
Summary about postpartum and depression among women. It explains what women should do if they are feeling down, and need help with everyday functioning.The sooner they go the sooner they will be able to relieve their symptoms, and if they wait, it could be harder to get them back to the way they were before
My article was about a six year old boy who had adhd.This 21 year old girl who is failing her grades in college and that she have depression.
The article talked about people with different symptoms and I don't believe them to be true, someone should not be placed under a category of a symptom based on actions
I disagree and argee with the article "Parenting and screen time." in the fact that many parents could feel guilty for letting their children spend too much time on tv and video games. I grew up with video games. But I do not understand why they feel guilty about it. I am split on agreeing and disagreeing because there is a world out here without the computer screens. We do not need them per say but they are helpful. I never had them in the first place and I do not think they are necessary for children to have access to.