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Thursday 8 July 2021

Ijafa ange ni mahiti Sas website


Ijafa ange ni mahiti Sas website

We yearn to survive, to feel secure, to find pleasure, and overcome pain from the day from birth.

There are specific needs that must be met thereafter, such as food, water, medicine, social and professional support, renewable environment resources, and continuously access them.

Since they are survival, security, social, pleasure needs, we realize the right to access them, and the responsibility and duty to work towards their realization.

When these rights are not protected and defended at most critical time, the affected individual gets overwhelmed to levels when he or she cannot cope, which subsequently disrupts rational judgement, ability to negotiate passage, and appropriately work towards a much desired future good. The hope, belief, and abilities simply fade away.

As a consequence, the distressful dependency syndrome sets in and proves very costly to the family, community, and country. Of course, once the challenge is not managed, it overwhelms families or spreads fast to destabilize the country, and even the world.

Without critical interventions to address rising and fast spreading vulnerability to mental disorders, the cognitive, emotional, physical, social, spiritual and environmental connections with sufferers are impaired to levels of no return, depending on how soon they intervene and elicit favorable response from managed cases.

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The hovering and sky-high challenges are absence of mental health on the development agenda, negligence, limited leadership, and lack of financial resources to resolve long-term trauma in the problem, arising from more than a decade of abuse and deprivation caused by selfish human cultures and antisocial systems of governance.

Unfortunately, it is the impaired person, who has the first level motivation and responsibility to turn around his or her future and live well.

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