Sharing our thoughts it’s decisive and all our speech has to be explain the root of the problem with facts based on the reality, otherwise we can retract into silence or violence. This book has been extremely useful for me, because it has taught me how to maintain control in those crucial moments, probably it is easier for me know to spot those with the reactions like silence or violence which are attitudes that usually we know that happen but probably what I did not know is that it happens when the person doesn’t feel safe, that’s the key. Normally, when we don’t know the strategies it is harder for us to identify what we are doing wrong, therefore we can make numerous mistakes.
Reflection on Medication Administration Description (Competency 3j) I have looked over my moral development regarding medicine administration and have noticed there is the need for improved and has been agreed with my mentor to write a piece of reflection to identify areas of concern Feelings One of the major concern is the pace of dispensing and the time spent used to open charts and allocate them is one of my weakness. Although I am learner I need to back up the pace of dispensing so that patient doesn 't feel my skills is dull or boring and waste of time. I Had developed that feeling of being extra careful to avoid drug error and that makes me feel slightly nervous more also being under the influence of supervision as well. Evaluation
Ever wanted to throw down that textbook and read something enjoyable for once? Well, go ahead! Chunk that dull textbook out a window and pick up a comic; it will be more beneficial to your education than you think. The skills and values that liberally educated people should posses can vary from different views, yet the list of ten qualities that William Cronon created in his article, “’Only Connect…’ The Goals of a Liberal Education”(1998), is an inspirational goal for the liberally educated. Cronon’s list of qualities includes solving problems and puzzles, empowering others, and understanding how to get stuff done in the world.
Macbeth is able to portray this sense of conclusiveness in part due to the motif of time. Using phrases such as “of late”, “so soon” and “now” (Ⅰ, 7, 32 & 34 & 35) he conveys how his decision is time-sensitive and must be resolved in a short period of time. The waiting and suspense are tearing away at Macbeth 's brain as he struggles to come to a conclusive answer. Ultimately he just wants to make up his mind to have this inner war be over with so he can attain some level of peace again. Then, when talking with Lady Macbeth, he uses the phrase “golden opinions” (Ⅰ, 7, 33), which is a continuation of the religious diction that Macbeth had used in the previous section.
There are several quotes included in this notebook that focus on resilience. For me, I myself find that quotes also help me when I feel like I want to give up. They’re inspirational and make people feel a lot better and sometimes they even make then want to pursue what they want or need and to keep going. It could make them realise that the the situation they are in right now is not the final destination and that they can change where they are. These quotes are motivational.
Personal integrity is defined as” a state of wholeness and peace experienced when our goals, actions and decisions are consistent with our most cherished value” (Gilbert.2007).This personal integrity is varied from one person to another according to his values in life, and how this person is committed to his values to achieve his goals in the future. (Gilbert.2007) in his book “Strengthening ethical wisdom” is concerned about personal integrity attribute, and he provided diagnostic test for the readers as “vital signs” to assess their personal integrity health and help them to improve it. Personally, my test score result and code of ethics influenced me to improve my personal insight and make an impact on the future. First of all, the personal
I get things done. I have also learned that it is okay to ask for help. I do not generally write things down, and as a result, I forget, or let something get in the way. By writing down goals, action steps, and barrier busters I will be more likely to follow through. Measurement of Success
When I get my mind on some worrisome possibility, I tend to latch on, not letting go, ignoring common logic and reason, until I have received definitive evidence to debunk my concern. Throughout my life, my anxiety disorder has been a burden on my mental state and happiness, yet at the same time a blessing upon my focus and academic achievement. I’ve worked hard, and continue to work hard, to manage my anxiety and live a happier life
Whether a person chooses to do this three times a week or as a daily practice, that's entirely up to the person's discretion. It's best to avoid waiting until there's an extremely stressful period. When a person actively pursues a lifestyle that's filled with peace and mindfulness, practices that result in relaxation responses are essential. Not only are they helpful in decreasing a person's stress level, relaxation responses can help release the pent-up frustration and tension. It also gives a sense of clarity.
I always start out with higher order concerns in their comments (after providing some positive feedback) before moving into lower order concerns, if that is necessary. I also do use the terminology of higher order concerns (focus, development, organization are the most frequent). Mostly for the papers that are really struggling or failing, I tend to move away from lower order concerns and focus on helping them with the bigger concerns. However, if there is a serious issue with lower order concerns, I usually include that in the end with a note that reminds them that while this doesn’t have a huge impact on their grade, it is still important information for them to keep in mind while writing. The tone in both the A paper versus the R paper is the same.
Stress management is a good foundation for daily living, but more tools must be added through relapse education in the remaining stages of recovery if the client is to have the best chance of avoiding relapse. The ability to identify and manage warning signs is vital for self-regulation (Gorski, 1986). Warning signs are indicators that relapse syndrome is taking place. A simple example of using signs to self-regulate is the HALT warning heard in many support groups about the danger of becoming too Hungry, Angry, Lonely, or Tired in recovery. This is a good rule of thumb, but every client has a unique set of problems and symptoms that indicate relapse syndrome is occurring.
Don?t expect things to go too fast. Patience is a virtue after all, especially in legal situations, and the more impatient you are, or the more you try to speed things up, the more likely you will fail at getting your disability benefits claim approved the second time around. There are many steps in the appeals process when it comes to reversing the denial of a disability benefits claim, and each one can potentially take a long time. Here are the steps you need to prepare for and complete as smoothly and successfully as possible in order to get the best possible
If you are currently suffering from an addiction to opiates, you understand the pain and emotional difficulties associated with withdrawal. For many people, the first few hours are too painful to handle, which forces them back into relapse. However, it is important to understand that opiate withdrawal is not an infinite problem. There is a timeline of opiate withdrawal and an end point. Although it may be difficult, reaching the finish line can help you live a life free of opiate addiction.