My partner, however, felt that I was being inconsiderate of her social anxiety, which I was not aware of early on in our relationship. Rather than telling me right, she kept it to herself and built it a lot of resentment towards me. When I confronted her one day after noticing that she was looking for any excuse not to go out, she finally opened up and told me how uncomfortable she was. I explained to her that I
Shakima Gaither - She needs to be monitored for following through on scripts. She tends to take short cuts to end calls quickly. She is doing much better with following the NAPE, but that’s because she knows supervision is close by. She does forget procedures on JPM prayer and UL. She could be quizzed on JPM prayer on how to handle certain calls.
She uses sarcasm as a way to process uncomfortable situations and does so in a self-destructing manner. She lost a part of herself in the process, the most important part to deal with her post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD): verbal communication. For people she interacts with or lacks of interaction with it seems like she is purposely deciding not to talk. As if it was her choice. But there is more to it.
This point in the book in particular infuriates me, and I think it does add to the “silent survival” of Celie and the other women around her. They are constantly criticized, belittled, and taken advantage of but, the continue to do what they need to do to survive and what they know will help those around them. This is another reason I think emotional survival can be such a difficult thing combat. And I feel that with this particular situation staying silent and submissive could have actually helped them get closer to overcoming what they were facing.
For example, Amy displays frantic efforts to avoid real or imagined abandonment throughout her life. When Amy believed her husband might leave her for another woman, she went to extreme measures to avoid abandonment by setting up a whole plan of her going missing so that he would have to stay with her once she returned. Individuals with Borderline Personality Disorder often have a persistent unstable self-image or sense of self. Ever since Amy was a child, she struggled with who she was supposed to be in accordance with Amazing Amy. As an adult, she does not have a full grasp on her identity and who she is as an individual.
After taking the job, she is constantly under scrutiny from Miranda and Emily, and her insecurity at work grows until she decides to do something about her appearance. She knows that at any time Miranda may fire her and her job security isn’t fantastic. After her transformation, she fits in more and her insecure feelings get smaller and smaller, especially when Miranda and Emily acknowledge her and ask her to do specific tasks. Andy now feels more secure in her job, and has realised how many doors this could open for her. She makes an effort to fit in purely because of the insecurity she was feeling when she started, and how much of outsider she felt and looked.
Change was not undertaken lightly and, if things were working, they remained the same. For change to be accepted, it must be linked to how it will benefit the organization and must fix an existing problem. Baby Boomers tend to be cautious of change. Their reluctance isn’t a result of not wanting to seek improvements, but as a result of the fact that many Baby Boomers lost their jobs during the recessions of the ‘80s and ‘90s, which made them wary of broad organizational changes. They also had to endure “flavour of the month” leadership changes and shifts back-and-forth in strategy which translated into a lack of enthusiasm for new changes.
For example, when a patient is frustrated and acting out verbally to the staff, it would be necessary to address exactly why these feelings are present. When the nurse spread the word that the patient was more difficult to work with, the oncoming nurse was immediately wary of that patient. While not all nurses will take that kind of information to heart, some will. It will impact the quality of care that the patient deserves because the nurse will more likely spend her time with her other patients, than with the difficult patients. His needs may not be fully met because the nurse wanted to avoid any difficult
In my opinion, the article was somewhat entertaining and interesting for me because, I’m interested in knowing more about languages especially languages that are endangering. However, the points that made me dislike the article somewhat is that she didn’t support her ideas clearly and because she didn’t have adequate ideas she started repeating some
I think in this quote she is losing confidence and thinks that she can’t save her friends. But, then she almost hides the fact that she could die, and realizes that she needs to go and save her friends. I have never been in a position when if I did not do something my friends would die. I have though been in the position in which my friends are counting on me, which stresses me out, and I do sometimes think I can not do it. But, then I realize I need to do it because they had faith in me and I should follow through.