Personality Disorder Story board 2

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  • Identify four key points made by Hickling and Walcott
  • Although it is not the root cause, Hickling and Walcott did mentioned that, poverty  in association with the dynamics of garrison communities in our society stand indicted as major causes of personality disorder and insane homicidal violence in this country.
  • So all this talk about poverty being the root of crime, is not so then.
  • Identify four key points made by Hickling and Walcott
  • Yes that a fact, Hickling and Walcott alluded to the legacy of slavery and the brutality meted out on the  plantation as major contributors to the prolong violence experienced in the Caribbean. 
  • And we all know that poverty and the lack of proper education is deep rooted in the Caribbean 
  • To what extent are the issues discussed by Hickling and Walcott in the Jamaican context relevant to other countries in the Caribbean? 
  • Yes and it is relevant to other Caribbean The disordered personality traits arise from a combination of pervasive high levels of stress and coping difficulties and these maladaptive personality traits are handed down across the generations
  • Now i understand, This crime situation goes deeper than we think
  • An insecure attachment style does not constitute disorders in-and-of themselves. However, when combined with other biological and environmental risk factors such as abuse, they may contribute to the development of a personality disorder.
  • To what extent are the issues discussed by Hickling and Walcott in the Jamaican context relevant to other countries in the Caribbean? 
  • Ann i just found an article where Hickling revealed that, "there is an alarm­ing­ly high in­ci­dence of per­son­al­i­ty dis­or­der among Caribbean peo­ple".
  • Hickling (6) argues that violence, originally manifested as rebellion against political, economic and racial exploitation, was turned inward as tribalism and self-destruction. The theory is that various hazard factors (both genetic and environment) must happen in some particular mix to overpower the child’s framework and cause them to later develop a personality disorder. 
  • To what extent are the issues discussed by Hickling and Walcott in the Jamaican context relevant to other countries in the Caribbean? 
  • Susan you take on to researching this disorder, big time.
  • You are so right, my research showed that, Manchester University posits that, the Caribbean region struggles with many of the same mental health problems.
  • The islands of the Caribbean share a legacy of slavery and the brutal plantation life imposed by colonial rule are seen as major contributors to the protracted violence experienced our ancestors, Hickling and Walcott (2013). 
  • To what extent are the issues discussed by Hickling and Walcott in the Jamaican context relevant to other countries in the Caribbean? 
  • yes this true
  • You know if we look at most of the Caribbean, the struggles are basically the same for all
  • Persons in the Caribbean are particularly vulnerable to stressors, given the high rates of poverty, political instability and violence in the region. Given gender, race and class inequalities, as noted earlier, significant mental health differences may be one likely outcome among different demographic groups.(Lacey, Powell Sears, Crawford, Matusko & Jackson, 2018)  
  • Yes we as Caribbean people are all experiencing some form of poverty. Child abused and broken families are on the rise and the legacy of slavery live on from generation to generation. 
  • There is an alarmingly high incidence of personality disorder among Caribbean people, particularly among the region's leaders. According to the grey-bearded UWI Mona professor, colonized peoples like those in the Caribbean, struggle with managing power and authority, and impulse control.("Professor: Personality disorder prevalent in Caribbean", 2018) 
  • You know i just came across another research on two Caribbean country namely Jamaica and Guyana which states that single household, social and economical issues predispose person to mental illness. 
  • Unfortunately, most Caribbean countries are experiencing similar struggles. Increased poverty,Increased Traumatic childhood experiences due to broken families, abuse and lack of proper parenting. Residents feeling resented and rejected- all of which leads to increased crime and violence without remorse; a sign of personality disorder.
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