Review the interactive media piece assigned by your Instructor.
Reflect on the patient’s symptoms and aspects of the disorder presented in the interactive media piece.
Consider how you might assess and treat patients presenting with the symptoms of the patient case study you were assigned.
You will be asked to make three decisions concerning the diagnosis and treatment for this patient. Reflect on potential co-morbid physical as well as patient factors that might impact the patient’s diagnosis and treatment.
By Day 7 of Week 8
Write a 1- to 2-page summary paper that addresses the following:
Briefly summarize the patient case study you were assigned, including each of the three decisions you took for the patient presented.
Based on the decisions you recommended for the patient case study, explain whether you believe the decisions provided were supported by the evidence-based literature.
What were you hoping to achieve with the decisions you recommended for the patient case study you were assigned? Support your response with evidence and references from outside resources.
Explain any difference between what you expected to achieve with each of the decisions and the results of the decision in the exercise. Describe whether they were different. Be specific and provide examples.
hydrated. The man then feels nourished and all his pain is washed away with joy. This is what Socrates defines as ‘desire’(251C-251D). When the man no longer sees such beauty, he becomes pained once again and desire returns. Man is willing to forget everyone, and lose everything, even lose his wealth. Beauty can change people, beauty is painful and causes madness. Going back to the two horses and the charioteer, as said before one is good and one is bad. The good horse is “a lover of honor with modesty and self- control” (253D-253E), while the bad horse doesn’t listen and is hard to keep control of. When the charioteer is faced with love he is filled with a tingling sensation and becomes full of warmth and desire. As for the horses, the good horse has control and doesn’t jump at the sight of love, whereas, the bad horse leaps violently trying to get the charioteer to approach the boy and suggest pleasure. When they approach the boy, they are struck by beauty. The charioteer tries to control the horses, until eventually the ‘bad’ horse dies from pain. Once there is no ‘bad’ horse to annoy the charioteer, the man and the boy become close. They are always near each other, when apart they yearn for one another. Once they finally lay in bed together, all is resolved. The problem that once caused such ache is now enslaved, covered up by their mutual love. Coming back to the question, what is love and desire, one can get a good understanding of it by reading Phaedrus. Love is not simple, and it is also not entirely a beautiful idea. Love can damage a person, it can cause pure madness. Love and desire can also be a wonderful thing, it all depends on how one looks at things. One must be careful with desire, it can ruin something amazing. Love on the other hand can fix problems and make way for a life full of happiness. A song that goes with all of the ideas I talked about is “Say You Won’t Let Go” by James Arthur. In the song he sings about how he knew he was in love the first night they were together because of her beauty and how she made him feel noticed. Her love makes him think about forever, even when they are dead. She makes him forget about everything else, all he wants is her. The way he sings about them growing old and being together forever is really sweet and shows love.>GET ANSWER