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Dealing With Conflict and Hard Times When it comes to dealing with tough times such as going to internment camps or hiding from Nazi soldiers so that they aren’t taken to centration camps, there are three important questions that come into play; What motivates people to move through hard times and moments?, What can people do to help others going through tough problems?, and Who can people go to to help them through tough times or conflict? I think that people can best respond to conflict by staying strong through courageousness and always having people in their life to talk to.
What motivates people to move through hard times and moments? In a passage in Anne Frank: Diary of A Young Girl, Anne is scared when thinking about the concentration
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Who can people go to to help them through tough times or conflict? In Dear Miss Breed many young Japanese children reached out to Miss Breed to talk to her and share what their new lives were like at the internment camps. “In her first letter from Poston, Louise tries hard to hold on to her rosy view of the world, but finding positive things to say about Poston was challenging. Now she not only missed San Diego; she missed Santa Anita! Still, sixteen-year-old Louise manages to see beauty in the bleakness. Fourteen-year-old Babe Karasawa never forgot that moment. Here’s how he described it to me sixty years later” (Oppenheim 13, 15). This is a great way to share feelings with someone and have someone help through the situation. In another diary entry by Anne Frank, she tells how she meets a new friend that helps her through this tough time for them. She wrote, “Something unexpected happened yesterday morning. As I was passing the bicycle racks, I heard my name being called. I turned around and there was the nice boy I 'd met the evening before at my friend Wilma 's. He 's Wilma 's second cousin. I used to think Wilma was nice, which she is, but all she ever talks about is boys, and that gets to be a bore. He came toward me, somewhat shyly, and introduced himself as Hello Silberberg. And so we walked together. Hello is sixteen and good at telling all kinds of funny stories. He was waiting for me again this morning, and I expect he will be from now on” (Frank 5-6). Talking…show more content…
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