Psychology Paper On Beliefs And Values Social Work Essay

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Sympathetic System in Real Life
Sympathetic System in Real Life 2
Sympathetic System in Real Life
Ashley Kelly
Cecil Community College
Professor T
Fight, Flight, or Freeze?
According to the PubMed health association the sympathetic nervous system prepares your body for physical and mental activity. It makes your heart beat faster and stronger, and even opens airways so you can breathe easily. Examples of your system working could be in a uncomfortable, dangerous, or scary situation. In life many people experience a time where they have to think about what they’re going to do next. Personally, I’ve experienced a few situations where I had to pick if I was going to fight back, freeze up, or walk/run away. A couple years ago I got my license, but I didn’t have my own car, so I shared with my mom.
Thoughts and Feelings
Not having my own car was stressful, I would have to make sure we both had a way to where we needed to be even if it was different places at the same time. As I moved into senior year everything started to get easier. I was able to sign myself out of school, drive home from school, and even pick my cousins up from school if need be. Since I’ve never even met my father its always been just me and my mom. We’ve had to work hard for everything we have and then some. One weekend in the summer of 2018 I was sitting at home when I got a phone call from my 12-year-old cousin to pick him up, so he could stay the night. It was pretty dark and late when I was leaving to get him so I made sure I had my phone, keys, and wallet. I started the car and I could feel something weird in my head. I was so paranoid driving alone I was speeding to his house. I had called him when I got close and he came outside and got in the car.
My experience
After picking my cousin up we drove back to my house. It was about 3 minutes down the road until I realized a car was still following me from 10 minutes prior to even reaching his house. I told my little cousin about it but not to worry. We were both pretty scared and had no clue what to do or where to go. As we pulled into my neighborhood I turned down a different part of houses that I did not live in. Every turn I made in the car, the person behind us did the same thing. I got too scared to leave, so I pulled into my parking spot in ...


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