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  1. Introduction
  2. Chronic Illnesses
  3. Case Study
  4. Conclusion

This is responses can be manifest in some decisions she makes. Some of her decisions may be irrational. Alternatively, she can be over cautious when making decisions especially those that involve her family such as vacation destinations or simple errands such as going to shop and eating out. Her children especially the 10 year old will notice the difference in mum's behavior and being a teenager, rejection hits him/ her very hard. The lady locks herself away from society. Only emotional therapy can heal the depression. She has to also undertake osteo-therapy to manage her arthritis. The medical attention is an added expense to the young family. With her strained working condition. Financial strain means a slight adjustment in their lifestyle. (Compton 2010 p.139 and Kendal 2008) The need to subsist a hale and hearty life to avoid circumstances such as hers and other opportunist diseases such as cardio vascular infections arises. Eating healthy and exercising becomes part and parcel of the household's life. The adjustment process will be an emotional sacrifice for all parties.

Case 2: The 55 year old ex-marine has no family and is injured. The chest infection is septic and does not heal easily. He experiences trauma first from losing his job either due to illness or the war ended and he had to come back home. The indication that he does not have a fixed address shows that he does not have close family or friends to put him up. Alternatively, he had not invested in property, in his young age. He, therefore, suffers alone, in pain and loneliness

[...] Case Study on Chronic Illnesses This is responses can be manifest in some decisions she makes. Some of her decisions may be irrational. Alternatively, she can be over cautious when making decisions especially those that involve her family such as vacation destinations or simple errands such as going to shop and eating out. Her children especially the 10 year old will notice the difference in mum's behavior and being a teenager, rejection hits him/ her very hard. The lady locks herself away from society. [...]


[...] The chest infection is septic and does not heal easily. He experiences trauma first from losing his job either due to illness or the war ended and he had to come back home. The indication that he does not have a fixed address shows that he does not have close family or friends to put him up. Alternatively, he had not invested in property, in his young age. He, therefore, suffers alone, in pain and loneliness. Men react differently to depression as opposed to women. [...]


[...] As an ex marine, it is difficult to adjust to normal life. One still has army lifestyle deeply embedded in them. This study patient may exhibit either calm or violent and destructive behavior. The latter could explain his constant movement from one city to another. He may have problems with the law at some point. This forms part of is cognitive behavior where he cannot control all his emotions rationally. He is quick to use his muscles before he thinks through his reactions (Compton 2010 p.82). [...]

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