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As I walk into the kitchen to eat dinner my grandmother walks up to me and starts to caress my cheek and looks up at me and says how grown her ratita little mouse has become We had guest that night for dinner and she continues to explain to us as to why that was my nickname growing up She began to say that I was loved by all my aunts uncles and especially my older sister Esther I was tiny lighter than usual and quiet and I laughed and smiled all the time This is Eriksons Psychosocial Theory Trust I was surrounded with a lot of trust as I recall in a get together looking through my eyes I remember being passed around being kissed and being told how cute I was but I do recall a certain individual my grandmother I dont ever remember knowing that my mother was depressed she recently opened up to me about her situation more in detail She begins to say that her life has been rough she never graduated high school getting pregnant at age 15 getting a divorce and raising us on her own She also went on to explain to me how she feels about herself being hopeless about everything going on She even realized and agreed to me that she believes thats why she takes everything out on us when she gets mad she comes at us and yells about every little wrong we do Its not only that shes grouchy about any little thing shes so stressed out that she believes there is more than one thing wrong with her Depression is marked by feelings of despondency powerlessness and hopelessness in chapter 13 page 460Also One study found that women in the United States were most likely to be depressed if they lack education were unmarried were Latina had high stress levels and experienced feelings of hopelessness Myers et al 2002 I can
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