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HEA 323

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HEA 323 DotSub assignment Ashlee Wood Candace Brown Brittany Johnson Alexus Green-Tillman P.E.S.I.S. is a health acronym representing areas in an individual’s life that are affected by his or her surroundings P is for physical E is for emotional S is for social I is for intellectual S is for spiritual See how these areas of health are affected in each story… Alcoholism and other drug addiction ruin families. When a parent or other loved one suffers from a drug or alcohol addiction, it has an effect on the entire family, and especially on the kids National Survey on Drug Use and Health reports that 8.3 million children live with at least one parent who abused or was dependent on alcohol or an illicit drug during the past year. when a parent is under the influence of drugs, he or she might be unable to respond to the child’s emotional and physical needs adequately. 1 in 5 girls and 1 in 20 boys is a victim of child sexual abuse. According to a 2003 National Institute of Justice report, 3 out of 4 adolescents who have been sexually assaulted were victimized by someone they knew well Often, a parent's lack of connection to his/her child puts that child at greater risk of being sexually abused. Abuse is the number one reason why children run away from home. Physical or mental abuse does horrible damage to a child. Being alone all of her life does not allow for development of social skills Lisa is unable to bond with people to trust How can you trust a mother who ignores the beating and molestation of her child? Not being able to trust results in her holding in her emotions Bottling up any form of negative emotion can cause stress Because her mother introduces her to the drug world Lisa could ruin her life by turning to drugs as a form of coping with stress Lisa is at risk in the areas of Physical, Emotional, and Social health Violence among youth happens frequently now-a-days, Children learn from things they watch & their peers, Violence can be seen as early as first grade, -250,000 homicides occur among youth 10–29 years of age, In total it sums up 41% of homicides a year, -Access to illegal drugs and alcohol is more common, Youth violence branches out from bullying, Bullied children either harm themselves, -Or inflict pain on other children as a result, Another cause of youth violence, Children Maltreatment which is really bad, -It is the abuse and neglect under 18 effects, Children suffer mentally, physically, psychologically, Sexual abuse, ill-treatment, abandonment, -Are just examples of bad treatment, Children violence effects more than a little bit, -Costs of health, welfare and criminal justice services are just a few, Of the effects on the world about teenage violence. roughly 1.5 million high school boys and girls in the U.S. admit to being intentionally hit or physically harmed in the last year by someone they are Teens who suffer dating abuse are subject to long-term consequences like alcoholism, eating disorders, promiscuity, thoughts of suicide, and violent behavior In the U.S., 25 percent of high school girls have been abused physically or sexually. Teen girls who are abused this way are 6 times more likely to become pregnant or contract a sexually transmitted infection (STI). Low self-esteem is an issue in this story Nicole is beaten as a child She looks in the mirror and sees an ugly reflection She FINALLY meets that one friend A friend that she can trust and depend on A friend, whose name is Stacy That friend is tragically taken away from Nicole due to a stray bullet So, on top of dealing with internal problems, Nicole now walks through her neighborhood alone A neighborhood full of violence A neighborhood that can take a young life away without a second thought, Nicole is forever surrounded by negativity Nicole is at risk in the areas of Physical, Emotional, and Social health Three-quarters of a million teens between 15 and 19 become pregnant each year. Out of all teen pregnancies, 82% are unintended. Teen pregnancy accounts for 20% of all unplanned pregnancies annually. Two-thirds of teen pregnancies occur among teens 18-19 years old. For young women age 15-19, black teens are most likely to become pregnant (134 per 1,000 women). Slightly lower rates occur among Hispanics (131 per 1,000) followed by non-Hispanic whites (48 per 1,000). Although teenage mothers today are more likely to finish high school or earn their GEDs than in the past, pregnant teens are less likely to attend college than teens who do not become pregnant. The teen pregnancy rate reached an all-time high in 1990 with an estimated 116.9 per thousand and an all-time high birth rate of 61.8 births per thousand in 1991. By 2002, the pregnancy rate had dropped to 75.4 per thousand - a decline of 36%. However, a December 2007 report by the Centers for Disease Control US rates are twice as high as in England and Wales or Canada, and eight times as high as in the Netherlands or Japan. In 2008 the teen pregnancy rate among African-American and Hispanic teen girls, age 15 to 19, was over two and a half times higher than the teen pregnancy rate among white teen girls of the same age group. 8 out of 10 teen dads don’t marry the mother of their child. A sexually active teen who doesn’t use contraceptives has a 90 percent chance of becoming pregnant within a year. Almost 50 percent of teens have never considered how a pregnancy would affect their lives. Teens had fewer babies in 2010 than in any year since the mid-1940s. The US has the highest rate of teen pregnancy, birth and abortion in the industrialized world. Having no one to turn to forces Erica to find an alternative way to deal with her problems Unfortunately, she turns to drugs…ECSTASY While there is a euphoric sensation produced by this drug, Erica must realize that it is only temporary A sixteen year old boy comes along and takes advantage of Erica, Persuading her to believe that he really loves and cares for her WRONG! But, Erica chooses to engage in sexual activities, resulting in a pregnancy A pregnancy that neither of them are prepared for He walks away from the situation She cannot afford an abortion due to economic restrictions She is stuck She is alone Erica is at risk in the areas of Physical, Emotional, Intellectual, and Social health. At the ages of 9, 10, and 11 These young ladies are ALL struggling with the spiritual aspect of health These are the years where they should be enjoying life They should not have to deal with adult issues Especially not alone They should see a bright future Believing that “hell is a place called home” Is THE spiritual issue with each young lady Attention needs to paid to issues that relate to P.E.S.I.S. These types of situation could lead to major life altering decisions... Suicide... Drug and alcohol use... Physically harming one's own self, for example, Cutting. No one can go through life alone. No one can go through life without focusing on P.E.S.I.S.

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Posted by: ashwood93 on Nov 19, 2013

HEA 323

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