Through this lens, the ending is highly realistic, in that it does not suggest the protagonist is "cured" of her mental illness—there will continually be more struggles for the protagonist and her paramour. Rather, Dahlia teaches its viewer to appreciate and celebrate moments of happiness, even if they are ultimately
The best way to respond to conflict is through positivity and optimism, as they can provide health benefits, stress-relief, and solace during times of conflict, such as how Anne Frank and Winston Churchill did. To start, Anne Frank responded to conflict by staying optimistic and having a positive outlook on things even though she faced tough circumstances. As the text says, “I don 't think I 'll ever feel at home in this house, but that doesn 't mean I hate it. It 's more like being on vacation in some strange pension” ( Frank). Anne tries to look at her situation in the best way, instead of just complaining and being pitiful for her situation.
He thinks the Orange is a great mother but he does not hope that she comes to his lifeboat because she will arouse a massacre. The author uses “Meet” to connect these two opposite things. It suggests that she not only brings happiness but also brings pain. The purpose of this juxtaposition is to reveal the contradiction of “gentleness” and “horror”. It improves the novel’s appeal and reveals the Orange’s substantive
If an individual has a vigorous and encouraging outlook on something, it will help not to focus on the ominous events going on in their life. In “The Diary of a Young Girl” the author states, “But as you can see, Kitty, I 'm still alive, and that 's the main thing” (Frank). Since Anne had a positive attitude about the situation she was in, it helped her realize that she should be thankful for the little things. It also helped her to forget about the hardships and celebrate the jubilant times. In “Dear Miss Breed” the author states as she was on her way to a Japanese internment camp, “One of the most beautiful scenery was when crossing a bridge which was right above the Colorado River” (Oppenheim).
Everyone is capable of stabbing, shooting, or murdering someone, however, everyone has their own trigger… for some, it might be jealousy or envy and for some, it could be pure anger. Since humans are born savages everyone has an evil lying within, therefore when something happens that triggers that evil the human will resort to their natural sense of savagery because that is their nature and because civilization is just a concept that keeps us from showing our true selves. From the moment a human is born, they are told how to talk, how to walk and how to act. The society humans live in constrict a human’s natural sense of savagery; however strip that away and put a human in a situation where the rules of civilization are absent then there will be nothing but pure chaos. In Lord of the Flies, the kids try very hard to stay civilized, however, it proved to be too difficult as their inner evil started to take over.
So it’s like choosing your happiness Because you can't feel sad your thinking of something that made you sad witch is making you choose to be sad see and if you wake up and you say I'm going to be happy today and nothing is going to stop me then there you are right there choosing your happiness because you said your going to be happy so it's kinda just like a relationship or loving someone because you choose either if your going to be happy with this person there is really no one else that can tell you if that person makes you happy or not because that's comes from your heart and your brain because it's your emotion that is being put on the spot and no one can change that but you. So the opposite of that would be like people think that people think that they don’t have a choice on if they can't control the happiness they think that whatever is going on around them that's going to be the choice of the emotion because they let the outside world impact
Richard Kadrey is arguing that in the society, when things tend to go wrong or collapse people tend to have an animalistic reaction to that. In the story he points out how the people were going around killing anything and anyone that stood in the way of their survival. The author also states how in the society, there are people that have been left behind and the poor people have to clean up what is left. History shows that animals are not really civilized; animals tend to live a chaotic life. That is what happens in this story when things went wrong the people in the story were rioting.
“On the other hand” is a phrase often used when acknowledging other people’s beliefs. After stating that failing or being rejected, although not an easy thing to accept, Didion believes that this is the foundation for self-respect. This use of argumentative metadiscourse supports her article by showing the reader her thoughts on the subject. Some people think that self-esteem, to an extent, can be harmful to a person’s individual self. Didion states that having a lack of self-esteem is why human beings today are not successful.
Love is an outstanding example in our life, which is not always related to family. You want to do coquetry by having a best girl as your lover and like to have closest. Without having love with somebody, you have a great problem to have coquetry. Once you are in love with somebody pretty or young or both, you are almost done. Your problem of coquetry is automatically resolved as you aren’t disturbing others.
Negative reinforcement is taking away something you do not like to increase the specific (or desired) behavior, to do this I would feel happy for her whenever she receives something even though she doesn’t like it. By doing this I would be taking away her negative thoughts about that item, and make her feel happy and thankful for it. Between positive and negative reinforcement I tend and prefer to use positive reinforcement because I like giving her something and seeing her happy, then she would still want to continue with the great behavior I am encouraging her to do. Of all four forms of operant conditioning: negative and positive reinforcement and negative and positive punishment, positive punishment is what I use most and is most effective in dealing with Hoda’s annoying behavior, because she mostly listens to me when I talk to her more of what her undesired behavior is, and that it isn’t a good behavior. By showing her a consequence after the undesired behavior, it would make the behavior less likely to happen in the future.