2020-05-27 02:03

In the article “Orem’s self-care theory: A tool for education and practice” Orem’s Self-Care Deficit Theory (SCDT) has been utilized as a theoretical prototype for nursing preparation. Since the direct goal of a theoretical prototype to guide practice and evaluate a model’s helpfulness in training. Even though a model could be hypothetically valuable in a explicit and well-defined situation, its final practicality is dependent on whether nurses are able to adjust it to their situations. Although the Orem’s self-Care theory is used with nurses it would be helpful for researching self-care for clergy as clergy have similar environmental factors in regards to expectations and helping individuals who are hurting. This would help with understanding how well clergy could adjust to their environment and stressful situations. It could also provide options in lower stress and self-care for pastors.In the article “Understanding stress and life satisfaction for children of clergy: A retrospective study” the scholars combined family stress theory and the classic ABC-X model of family stress, which have been utilized in past study to inspect the method of anxiety managing in pastor families. In the ABC-X archetype, three combined variables label the level of association in persons and families that marks from their involvement of stressors: interacts with (the resources for managing stress) and with (the description of the occurrence), which produces (the emergency ). Conferring to FST, the manner persons and relatives experience stress is contingent on the incorporation of these aspects The family stress theory and the classic ABC-X model of family stress would be helpful in understanding how the entire family manages stress and pressure as family of a pastor. This would be helpful in how and what resources family members have to assist them in difficult situations and stress. This could be a benefit for this author’s study. However, this author’s focus is going to be more focused on the pastor and his personal stressors. This author hopes to help the pastor manage anxiety, depression and stress better so that he can better manage the people of God and his family.  It stands to reason that if the pastor can more effectively deal with his mental health issues his family would most likely follow suit.