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Answer the questions with at least 2 or more paragraphs per question.Use examples. I am looking for your own comments and opinion based on readings, videos, and lectures. Number and Bold Type your questions then answer. Use first person narrative. List sources.——–Dis. Bd.#5 Week 51. Compare and contrast Bipolar disorder, Cyclothymic disorder, Dysthymic disorder and Major Depression. Include symptoms of each. Include any personal information you have experienced or witnessed in family or friends if you wish2. What is OCD? Give examples of how you or someone you know may exhibit any OCD symptoms. When does this become a disorder?3. Following the September 11, 2001 attack on the World Trade Center or the recent hurricanes, tornados, and earthquakes, many people have developed Post Traumatic Stress Disorder. After the Haiti disaster, the Lynn University community was directly affected by this tragedy. Discuss the symptoms of PTSD. Describe and include any symptoms you personally may have experienced as a result of this or any other traumatic event.4. What would “vicarious PTSD” be and how would the individual be affected?————Check attached file for an example of the paper. Do it the same way
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1. This will test your anxiety level and patience! Take the activity test entitled The
Personality Type A or B.pdf Preview the document to want you to write about
your experience with this activity and what you learned about yourself. This is a
self-analysis so be as complete and honest as possible.
After taking the test, I received a 207 score on my test and this makes sense for me. I am
ambitious, organized, proactive and status-conscious. In many cases, I always like
multitasking as I set a strict deadline and work hard to meet those deadlines because of an
inner driving force. I also have a tendency of taking more than I can handle and then spend
most of my time working on the additional work and complete them on time (Jenkins,
Ayzanski, Rosenman, 1971). I always become impatient when delayed by people or other
things that require me to wait for long for them to be accomplished.
I am also very sympathetic, truthful and always ready to help other people. I am very
friendly and care about other people. However, I cannot spend time with my friends
chitchatting about things that do not add value to our lives. Lazy days are not my favorite
days because I am goal-driven and always motivated to work hard.
2. What symptoms of the individuals in this video support Borderline Personality
Disorder?
Borderline personality disorder always affects the way people feel about themselves, their
behaviors and their relationship with people around them. Symptoms of the individuals in this
video that supports Borderline Personality Disorder include developing a pattern of uneven
intense relationships such as romanticizing their partners at a particular time then sudden
changes occur in the way they view their partners and establish a belief that that person does
not care enough for them or viewing their partners as being cruel towards them.
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Some of them developed inappropriate behaviors such as intense anger like losing their
tempers frequently, being bitter or sarcastic. One of the individuals stated that when she felt
angered by a friend, she decided to write a letter to the friend using her own blood. Some of
the people in the video stated that they experienced periods of stress-related paranoia and
losing contact with reality which lasts for sometimes before they come back to their senses
(MentalHealthFred, 2016). Other symptoms showed by the individuals in this video that
supports Borderline Personality Disorder include having impulsive or risky behaviors such as
reckless driving, drug abuse, having unsafe sex and interrupting their success by abruptly
quitting their job, ending a positive relationship and having suicidal thoughts.
3. Watch the video on the video Interview with Tommy Lee Sells which is pretty
chilling. Click on Mind of a Killer in Blue letters to open. How would you
diagnose him and support your diagnosis with examples of his symptoms?
Using the symptoms of Tommy Lynn Sells I diagnose him with psychopathy. Some of
the symptoms showed by Tommy Lynn Sells include lack of remorse or guilt. Sells states that
he does not like using terms such as sorry or love. He does not feel guilty by the act of killing
people and after killing one person, he feels relieved. Sells also has a promiscuous sexual
behavior.
Most of Sells victims were women and young girls (ABC News, 2010). He raped
most of his victims before killing them. Sells had a constant need for stimulation. Being that
he was a serial killer, he was also being stimulated by killing people and this developed over
time and he was forced to kill frequently for him to be stimulated more or for a long time.
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References
ABC News (2010). Tommy Lynn Sells – The Mind of a Psychopath | Nightline | ABC News.
https://youtu.be/6V7EL-Yg8Gg.
Jenkins, C. D., Zyzanski, S. J., & Rosenman, R. H. (1971). Personality type A/B.
http://www.psych.uncc.edu/pagoolka/TypeA-B-intro.html
MentalHealthFred (2016). Back from The Edge – Borderline Personality Disorder.
https://youtu.be/q4X_h3Bb8Ks.

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