Health Patterns of the Functional, Potentially Dysfunctional, and Actually Dysfunctional Categories of Behavior.
The functional patterns are essential in the nursing field l there is a lot of research that has been done, and most of the claims that the available patterns involve entailing to be the ability to obtain the information or data for patients in a more logical manner. The functional patterns include posing questions that encompass comprehensive nursing care and might involve the workouts, diet, and the pattern of sleeping and resting. Some of the health patterns witnessed could be classified as functional, actually dysfunctional, or even potentially dysfunctional, depending on what is being investigated and the behaviors seen (Edelman & Kudzma, 2021). The available patterns are a term used in the field of nursing and refer to the fitness training that has been designed for humans by humans. It is possible to supercharge the body’s ability to move better and be flexible, especially if we manage to crack the codes on how we have evolved to enable movements. At times, the functional patterns call for teaching how to train and exercise without the pains that are known to come when other training methods are applied. It necessitates the improved posture courtesy of the exercising and training on moves. In afunctional behaviors can be molded by interrogating what is happening and acting accordingly. The dysfunctional family tends to behave in a way that there are a lot of tensions and instabilities. In some cases, some parents can neglect or even assault the children hence obliged to tolerate or permit some negative behaviors shown y other family members. Some common reasons why some families may be dysfunctional include codependency, alcoholism, and incidences of mental disorders. It has been proven that raising children in a toxic environment has a chance that there can be a profound effect when the young are transitioning to adulthood. Potentially dysfunctional family behavior is associated with the absence of empathy (Fitzpatrick & Meredith Kazer, 2011). This aspect is contributed by the parents failing to show unconditional love and showing higher levels of being judgmental. They fail to understand the children’s point of view or even their emotions. Another aspect is the lack of good communication. Communication plays a crucial role in touch. Otter behavior is the alcohol and drug abuse within the family. Other behaviors in the potential dysfunctionality are excessive criticisms, absence or little intimacy, and the prevailing conditions for care. On the other hand, a dysfunctional family tends to sow some behaviors that might result in dysfunction. The socially alienated and the children showing depression conditions might turn to be in a dysfunctional family: low or poor self-esteem and incidences of increased anxiety. Children in a family with a troubling communication mechanism tend to have a future dysfunctional family (Dames et al., 2020). There is a likelihood that the behavior may continue to adulthood. People in a family who suffer internally from aspects of self-rejection and live in an abusive family do manifest the dysfunctional behaviors in the future. There is a dire need to deal with this situation by advising parents to perpetuate the available toxic dynamics and create reasonable parental concerns. The formed neural mechanism from adverse childhood events helps shape the way one will react to others, and the habit may continue.
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