... Miller Family After diagnosis with HIV condition, the infected individual faces physical, social, and psychological problems.
Social, Psychological, and Physical Problems Related to HIV Diagnosis
One of the physical problems is trauma. Mike experiences threats to survival and distress. Other physical problems include relentless fatigue, sweats at night, rashes, and undeliberate weight loss (Holland, William, and Paul 195). Consequently, distresses draw Mike into domain of powerlessness besides hopelessness.
Psychologically, diagnosis with HIV causes stress and mental disturbance. Other psychological problems include fear of forcible decline. Quality of life declines as well as anticipated losses. H...