The most important chapter to me over the course was chapter 12: Psychological Disorders. Chapter 12 was most important to me because I want to be a police officer one day and as a police officer I know that I'll be dealing with many people who have psychological disorders. I liked how the chapter went really in-depth discussing all the different kinds of disorders including anxiety, eating, mood, personality, and dissociative. As a police officer I will most likely run into personality and mood disorders the most; so those two really caught my attention. Knowing what signs and symptoms to look for when dealing with mood and personality disorders could very well help me out someday. Police officers themselves are often diagnosed with psychological disorders because of all the constant violence they endure. Understanding how they cope with this and what they might be thinking was very interesting to me.
I agree with Jessica, my favorite chapter was chapter 12 too. I like how she favors chapter 12 because she could possibly put it to use one day and that’s the same exact reason it's my favorite. She also mentions that she enjoyed learning how people with psychological disorders think and what they go through, which was relatable to my reasoning. She said wants to help kids with these disorders and I think that is very praiseworthy. I too want to help people with these same disorders, but at the same time keep people with violent psychological disorders away from harming others and help seeking them the treatment they need.