THE HOMELESS PROJECT
This research aims to determine the perception in life of Filipino Homeless people cases and conditions. The study questions their developed mindset – the willingness to endure their current situation or be minded to survive henceforth to thrive as an individual. The thesis argues that homelessness is intricately and entwined entirely in a person’s way of thinking. It discusses the life course and outcomes that often caused and foretell the chances of a person becoming homeless. It argues, that people’s routes into homelessness are concerted in different way of thinking and can also be the result of behavioral and biological reasons.
The thesis goes on to substantiate the shocking situation and present problems in homelessness, furthermore stating that these difficulties arise from complicated behavior and emotional factors that are inextricably connected within people’s condition, negative and positive influences on their cognitive approach to life challenges. Modern changes are needed in the way we understand and dive into homeless’ people perspective. The study encloses with an idea of possible interventions that could prevent homelessness from happening or would actively promote meaningful humane restoration of these people into a housed society. Further understanding to their situations will serve as the basis for a proposed intervention.