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Gidlion45 Gidlion45
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During an assessment, a client tells the nurse that she "can't stand her mother" and does "whatever she wants me to do" because the client "can't do anything right anyway." The nurse uses this information to determine which item during the client assessment?
A) Role performance
B) Self-esteem
C) Body image
D) Personal identity
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My reasoning: The client is critical of her mother, verbalizes feelings of helplessness by saying that she does whatever her mother wants her to do, and is critical of self by saying she cannot do anything right. These findings help the nurse assess the client's self-esteem. Role performance would be assessed by asking the client about the different roles held and the satisfaction with each of the roles. Body image would be assessed by asking the client how she feels about her appearance. Personal identity would be assessed by asking the client to describe personal characteristics and self-concept.
 
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You honestly have no idea how much I struggled answering this - you're a *god send*
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