This is an excellent way to build a trusting relationship with her. You asked her what coping skills she thinks she can utilize. The question prompted her to come up with her own comforting skills. She stated that she likes to journal her thoughts. You praised her for journaling her thoughts and you identified them as a great coping skill.
He’d say I had to move on from this for everyone, including my clients and self. He would be proud of how I’ve become a better individual since I gained the endurance to multi-task, focus, and deal with problems that come my way with less fear, especially as a single parent.” In the end the occupation of counseling influenced upon Awilda by her mother many years ago has affected her negatively and positively. She was influenced as early as 7 years old where she served as her parents translator assisting them in Dr. appointments, parent conferences, job disputes, and even writing letters for them in English learning her true calling. Sometimes she’d witness professionals or ordinary people discriminate her parents due to their limited English. Determined she told herself, “As I grow up I’ll become a professional to help others with any living issue”.
She did realize in the long run her mom really loved and cared for her. While being at the Calendars Sister 's house for a while T.Ray showed up and told Lily, they were going home right away. Lily said that she refuses to go with him, then he says no one wants you here. In that moment, Lily figured out that August and everyone she met while staying in Tiburon really cared because the next thing she knew August was standing up for her and saying it would be a delight to have her live with them. Lily ended up gaining a new family without
Filled with joy and relief knowing that her mother was okay and that the missile did not hit their house, but knowing that it hit right next to them. That is where her friend, Neda, lived, seeing Marji wondering and asking her mother, “At least they weren’t Home!” (Satrapi 28). Her mother, trying to avoid the question not wanting to worry her daughter anymore as she is, but she finally responded with, “Saturday is the Jewish Sabbath. Wherever they are, Jews are suppose to go home.” (Satrapi 28). Seeing Marji face reacting and seeming like she knew they were inside when the missile hit, almost like a sicking feeling deep down in your gut.
To be specific, this is saying that the meaning of writing is exploring people’s internal thoughts. For Tan, writing is a method to figure out her mom’s thought and her attitude of life. This is an outstanding use of pathos because readers can recognize the change of her mom’s position to her. Her mom was a shame for her when she was a kid, but now her mom is the motivation, the center of her writing. Even there are cultural and generational gaps between Tan and her mom, Tan finally overcomes them and notices how value her mom’s thought is, which is impressing.
Arthur was so grateful to be on an amazing journey overseas to start another chapter of life with his love, Meredith. Meredith was trying to be positive and cheerful for such an experience, but there was just something holding her back. Ashanti and Raine, the mother and daughter slave duo they met earlier, had been on her mind. Meredith was sure that there had to be some way that she could help Ashanti get her daughter and herself out of slavery, doesn’t everyone deserve a fair chance at a new chapter in life? Meredith decided that she had to arrange some way to at least give Ashanti and Raine a chance to become free.
This intrigues us to read on as the reader wants more details on what she is going through and how she survived. Finally, we are relieved to know that Jess finds a helicopter to help rescue her friends. We can understand how brave they were, and lucky to encounter the helicopter to help them
Also being a wife, allows for readers to put themselves in her shoes and understand what she is saying is true. Another example of ethos is when she says, “a male friend of mine appeared on the scene fresh from a recent divorce”(229). Including this statement makes the reader believe that she knows how a man thinks and this is important since in most of the essay she is writing from a man’s
“Making a fist" by Naomi Shihab Nye and "Lucinda Matlock" by Edgar Lee Masters are both about overcoming major obstacles in life to then go on and enjoy life. The two poems are similar in tone, theme, and irony. Both poems have a tone that could be described as reminiscent or nostalgic. In "Lucinda Matlock" the speaker is looking back on her life how she was happy and how she was "married and lived together [with her husband] for seventy years, enjoying working and raising twelve children." Similarly, in "making a fist" there is women who is looking back at at time where she was depressed, but instead of being negative about it she looked back at it with triumph and was reminiscing about making it through that time in her life and went on to say that "I who did not die, who am still living, still lying in the backseat behind my questions clenching and opening one small hand."
For example, in Trump’s ad he uses his daughter to further convey his belief for equal pay. In fact, towards the beginning of his ad, a slideshow of pictures featuring Ivanka is shown of her performing everyday activities (posing with children and at work). Furthermore, this approach is used to build a common ground with the audience, so people feel emotionally connected to his message. Student quote. Overall, by using a spokesperson of a different sex, he is able to sympathize with his targeted audience of women more effectively.