Biopsychosocial Analysis and Autobiography of Family
Biopsychosocial Analysis and Autobiography of Family

Biopsychosocial Analysis and Autobiography of Family

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Oscar’s family left Rio 20 years ago. He had just been born when his parents sought a better life for the family in the United States of America. They believed in teaching their child his/her culture and ensured that their Christian son got to study in diverse institutions where all cultures existed. Oscar’s mother joined welfare groups whose membership was dominated by Brazilians. He learned his local dialect, heard of the challenges that affected his people and proceeded through college as an informed Brazilian.

However, Oscar decided to distant himself from culturally informed family values after college. He picked up new habits and enjoyed the company of religiously critical friends, understood religion but looked at his religion as a philosophical disaster, and more importantly he mocked the tales of Christian transformation. The young and robust accountant hit the job market and made it to top management in 12 years defying odds. A wealthy individual, Oscar moved away from the idea of working for to a vision of employing others. He started a moving agency and employed workers from all races, and the diverse staff brought in business from upper-income estates through links with families who worked for the wealthy natives and got commissions from the same.

One instance set the wheel turning to a contrary direction. The company was offered an opportunity to move what was labeled as fragile and promised a hefty sum. Seeing that he would need to pay the staff much money in commissions, he told his connection to the contractor that business had failed and decided to be the driver for that specific package delivery. Upon leaving the c

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ollection point, Oscar was stopped by a police car and arrested as the fragile packages turned out to be contraband. At this point, the correctional system found that he should be jailed for 24 years. This second phase of his life inspired him to find his inner self and return to a religious lifestyle.

He believed in Christian doctrine and hoped that prayer would deliver him from the horrors of jail. At 36 years, Oscar was pardoned and left a changed man. He believed in business etiquette and refrained from unethical dealings. He currently pastors a Protestant church with his father at New Orleans. He developed the reasoning that perhaps karma is a revelation that experience surely defines our life path and that people eventually follow the ways of their parents.

Biopsychosocial Analysis of Oscar’s Family Story

Human development is defined by biological, psychological, and social factors. Biological factors concern matters such as genetics, the psychological development includes personality, while social factors appreciate the influential capability of culture. Oscar’s family reflects much diversity; they understand Spanish and Portuguese dialect and have unclear information about their genetic identities. Oscar’s parents are temperamental. They advised and guided him towards the desired life path but allowed him to find his way through life.

Consequently, his liberal mind inspired the development of an outgoing personality that was perhaps too aggressive. Oscar was influenced by social interactions as he looked forward to understanding life from a new angle. He was influenced by an admiration of western culture that h

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diverted from the families advocated values. However, the influence of parent instilled virtues eventually defined his life.

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