Free Hugs Campaign

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Specialist Diploma in Health Promotion|
HS 6202 Psychosocial Perspective Of Health Behaviour|
Reflection Paper|
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BORHAN BIN MYDEEN ( S 1583916 C)|
6/18/2012|

You are required to choose a health promotion campaigns that has been done, either locally or overseas and write a report not more than 1000 words|

FREE HUGS CAMPAIGN
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Life is full of ups and downs It may take a life time for a person to actually “settled” down with contentment that he had acquired and live life to the fullest otherwise he will endeavour and persevere the many setbacks which life can be entangled with and one person who had gone thru’ many numerous personal difficulties was Mr Juan Mann, who felt very lonely and depressed at one stage of his life when his family and friends had moved out from his hometown and decided to campaign for the free hugs The free hug campaign is a social movement involving individuals who offer hugs to strangers in public places .These hugs are demonstrated and given randomly to whosoever as an act of kindness and selflessness to make others feel good This campaign was form on 1 December 2004 in Australia and eventually became famous internationally with the Free Hugs Month being celebrated on the first Saturday of every July

There could be many theories which will support the desires of Juan Mann to initiate the campaign This campaign encompassed Daniel Levinson theory of Adulthood, Freud’s Humanistic Approaches-Traits, Motivations theories and Maslow’s Hierarchy of needs. In Daniel Levinson Theory

Juan Mann is his forties where as an individual that is the stage where we need to establish our niche in society in getting the recognition from both friends and families-the settling down This is also the stage of mid-life transition where an individual may have conflicts with their directions of life or the value in life itself Of course there are other notable indications where the trying needs to leave...
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