TWO MAJOR BEHAVIORS OF CLIENTS WITH SCHIZOPHRENIA HALLUCINATION


Clients with schizophrenia hallucination can be divided in two major kinds of behavior. There are aggressive and isolation behavior. Aggressive behavior is individual reaction which is destructive, active, unassertive and inclined to destroy/hurt. Isolation behavior is individual reaction which is destructive, passive, unassertive and inclined to avoid social interactions.

First of all, based on the pre cause both aggressive and isolation behavior are the impacts of the five types hallucination, such visual, auditory, olfactory, tactile, and taste. For example, a client with visual hallucination sees in his hallucination some ghosts who want to catch him, but in reality it is not true. In this situation the client will feel afraid and give some aggressive responds by running or trying to save himself or by sitting in the corner with hands position cover his face and eyes.

Second, the predispositions of client with aggressive behavior are the combination of unpleasant, tension, anxiety, resentment, stress and hurt. For example, if somebody gets many pressures from his family or (at the) work (place) and cannot express his thinking or opinions, he will tend to feel very frustrated, stressed and lost self esteem. Moreover, if all of this stress cannot be controlled and passed the threshold of a client ability, he will tend to be aggressive. For client with isolation behavior, they showed some behaviors such as having no self confident, having no trust to other people, and Having doubt frightened one). For example, if a client has a trauma history in oppression since he was child, he will incline to be a person who does not have self confident and isolation.

Third, the precipitation factors for both aggressive and isolation behavior are genetic factors and coping mechanisms that they use in social interactions and in facing the problems. When I was taking my bachelor’s degree, I had a friend who could not receive the low score. He was frustrated and became hallucinating. Therefore, everybody has a different mental quality and coping mechanisms that they use to face problems. One problem might easy for me, but not for other people.

Fourth, the sighs and symptoms those shown by a client with aggressive behavior are high blood pressured, confused, more sensitive and irritable and wild. On the other sides, low blood pressured, weak, pale, tired and sleepy are showed by clients with isolation behavior.

Finally, the most effects of aggressive behavior are injuring himself, other people and/or environment/things. For example, a client with aggressive behavior gets angry easily and attacks other people or destroys things. A client with isolation behavior gives effects in social interaction, personal hygiene and intake of nutrition. For example, a client with isolation behavior does not want to do anything, including eating, taking a bath and talking to other people.

In conclusion, both of aggressive and isolation behavior have a similar pre cause and precipitation, but they have different in precipitation factors, signs and symptoms and impacts.  Each client gives different responses in their problems. Each client is unique, so each client needs special treatment for each characteristic of behavior.

 

Note: This is my writing exercise in English class at LBU-UI

 

6 responses to this post.

  1. Sudah bs upload gambar?

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  2. Mana postingan barunya? pengunjung sudah banyak tuh, menunggu postingan2 terbaru

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  3. lama ga muncul, baca2 postingan in english bikin shock otak hahahahaha…

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