Mental Health

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Philosophy

 

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September 19, 2014

 

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Boyd (2005) argues that “to be mentally healthy means that a person is comfortable with his/her interpersonal relationships” (p. 28). An individual can be physically ill but at the same time struggling on how to mentally cope with the symptoms of the illness. Maslow emphasized an individual’s motivation in the continuous quest for self-actualization...
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He identified a hierarchy of needs where fulfillment of each hierarchy depends on the situation a person is faced with at that moment. For example, a person undergoing a major surgery may need to fulfill physiological safety before focusing on achieving self-actualization. There is no definite age at which mental health begins because even at infancy, we start developing ways to cope with internal and external distress...
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