Category: W4 Activity

I’m Drunkorexic

This week I watched the episode of true life on “I’m drunkorexic”. It followed two people DJ and Laura who suffer from drunkorexia. It’s a sickness where individuals are anorexic and want to lose weight but also suffer from alcohol…

I have social anxiety

The episode I watched, “I have social anxiety” presented two different people that had problems interacting with society. To me, the narratives, being driven by the people being portrayed, were very different. The first story was about a woman named…

Autism

The episode that I watched was about the Benjamin Family. There are two sons and one of them has Autism and the other has Asperger’s Syndrome. Their parents are very loving and supportive, but now the boys are in their…

I have Social Anxiety

The video I chose to watch was “I have Social Anxiety”. This video was about two people, Nonie (21) and Scott (26), who had severe experience severe anxiety in different social settings. Nonie feared interactions with all people who were…

I’m addicted to caffeine

I chose to summarize the episode “I’m addicted to caffeine” . This episode was about 3 young individuals who suffer from being addicted to caffeine and can’t go a day without caffeine and also must consume large portions of it…

True Life: I Have Diabetes

This True Life Episode follows the daily lives of three young adults suffering from Diabetes. In all three cases, the think the narratives shown should be classified as chaos narratives. This is a disease they will suffer their entire lives,…

“I Have Social Anxiety”

I chose to explore the True Life episode “I Have Social Anxiety.” In this episode, we followed Nonie and Scott on their journey coping with their social anxiety. Nonie had a fear of all people she was unfamiliar with. She…

I Have Narcolepsy

I chose to watch the True Life episode about two people that have narcolepsy and cataplexy. This episode follows two people recently diagnosed with narcolepsy. Narcolepsy is a chronic neurological disorder inhibiting the brain’s ability to regulate sleep/wake cycles normally….