In all aspects of life, sometimes we win and sometimes we lose. Learning how to cope with the losses is extremely important as loss can affect our health in many ways.Chapters 2, 3, and 4 focus on emotional and mental health as well as stress management. Identify a “loss” situation — perhaps loss of a job, a scholarship, or a relationship.
- Discuss (in details) how this type of loss might affect the way people think a) about themselves, b) their mental health, and c) how it might affect their behavior.
- Brainstorm ways in which the constructs of Health Behavior Theories (covered in Chapter 1) might be used to help people cope with this type of loss.
unfaithful, and makes no sexual demands (Schwartz, 1992, 82). Furthermore, it may be that the serial murderer is “creating” something by murdering, which overcomes feelings of inadequacy and inferiority. The taking of trophies from the victim or recording the act in a book may serve to remind the serial murderer of his “creation.” The hatred of a significant female have also been reported by many serial killers (usually is the mother). Ted Bundy’s victims closely resembled a woman he was engaged to and then was dumped by. Some psychologists also believe that mutilations are a wish for the killers to re-enter and explore the mother’s body. This also goes back to the childhood of the serial killers. The hatred these killers have for their mother has to be linked to some type of abuse they were exposed to as a child (Wilson & Seaman, 1983, 6). The frustration/aggression hypothesis was also derived from Freud. He believed that aggressive energy build-up must be periodically released before it reached dangerous levels. If it were not released then it would lead to certain acts like serial killing. Others believe that such frustration dissipates naturally without violent acts, and that the theory cannot help in explaining serial murder (Horse, 2001, 5). The development approach is what I talked about at the beginning of the paper. I am going over this theory repeatedly because this is what I believe makes these monsters and I think it can be stopped. This approach goes into more depth about the childhood symptoms. This approach talks about the childhood behavior of bed-wetting, arson and torturing of animals. The bed-wetting is said to be a form of sadistic and hostile rebellion to>GET ANSWER