Mark Webber Essay

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Mark Webber

Mark was a good man with a good job and a happy family he liked to do a lot of different computer jobs since programming was his life. He was really good at medical equipment design drafting and made a good living on it, he did this for about 5 yrs. He also did programming computers for stage production lights but also took part in several technology related odd jobs. Mark suffered from schizophrenia, depression, and was anti-social when he was in his mid-forties he had a very serious accident. It happened when he was riding his motorcycle home he got hit by a big moving van which left him in a coma for a couple of days and his left arm useless. The disorders he was ...view middle of the document...

Mark’s outlook on life took a big change after his accident he turned violent and his bipolar got worse he would get paranoid really easy and since he left arm was useless he got depressed. Since he couldn’t use both his arms it was really hard for him to find a job with the use of just one arm, because most of his work required both. He would ignore his family and lock himself in the motor home in the backyard because he just didn’t want to hear them complain about everyday life, he wanted to be in his own little world. He would go without sleep for days because he thought he didn’t need any and would just work on his projects. He also suffered from schizophrenia a disorder that disrupts thought processes and is associated with a deterioration in role functioning. One of the main medicines he was on was lithium it help stabilized his mood disorders from bipolar, he never like to stay on his medicines because he thought he was fine. He would say that he is perfectly fine without it because nothing is wrong with him, its all in his families head.
Since he let his appearance go people would be scared of him they thought he was crazy and would stay away from him. He wouldn’t clean himself up when he went out and so kids were scared of him and adults were afraid that he would snap if they said the wrong thing. His family didn’t have many friends because any they made were driven away because of his attitude and appearance and it hurt them. He would take care of most of the machines at work and computers because he know them so well. His relationship with his co-workers was really good he got along with them really good at work and would socialize with them very easy. He would keep his work separate from his life because he didn’t want his co-workers to know how crazy his family was but it was all in his head. The few people that were friends with their family were always arguing because he thought he was right and they were wrong. One time Mark threw a lamp at a close friend because he was telling Mark that he needed to take his medicine and keep going to the doctor so he could stay as healthy as he could. Mark told him to stay out of his life because he had no business saying stuff like that to him and he slowly started to lose contact with them because of his attitude and they didn’t not want to deal with some one so crazy.
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