Lack Meanings

The term lack refers to the lack or deprivation of something. It is a concept that comes from the Latin language (Carentĭa). The verb to lack, from the Latin carescĕre, means to lack something.

Many times, a physical or mental lack implies the existence of a need. That is, needs are those situations in which the human being feels the lack or deprivation of something. When the level of lack is very intense, it becomes a need.

In medicine, the deficiency is the lack of certain substances in the food ration, especially vitamins. This type of deficiency can appear with a careless diet (fast foods, irregular schedules, etc.), when practicing an unbalanced diet in certain types of foods, due to poor preservation or cooking of food, due to the consumption of certain steroids or even for the consumption of harmful products such as tobacco, alcohol or other drugs, for example.

In the field of Law, the term deficiency is also used. In this case, it is used to refer to the absence of real estate that a person or an entity may have at the time it takes place in a seizure and also in a succession.

The psychology uses the concept of grace to refer to the continued absence of affection which undergoes one person. In this sense, deficiency is related to abuse.

Such is the case that it is often spoken of what is known as affective deficiency syndrome that takes place especially in the first years of age of any person. It is at that moment when the lack of attention from their parents, specifically the mother, or simply their absence leads to the development of this problem.

Thus, this situation will bring with it that the individual in question has not only problems when it comes to maturing but also problems or disorders with regard to behavior and even somatic problems. Specifically, the aforementioned deficiency can produce in childhood a small language disorder, digestive problems of various types, learning problems or conflictive behavior such as manifest rebellion.

In the case of adulthood, those who have suffered this syndrome in question live in a situation of instability in their personal relationships, have problems in the family and as a couple, have low self-esteem and always seek to find someone that gives you emotional stability. However, the disorder that she has means that she never gets a partner who gives her 100% stability, due to her own insecurities and fears.

In the field of economics, the grace period is the period within a loan during which only interest is paid and no principal is amortized. We speak of a total grace period for the loan period in which neither interest nor capital are paid.

On the other hand, the grace period is also a period in which the new client of an insurer cannot enjoy certain services offered. That is, the insured pays premiums but does not receive the coverage provided for in the policy.