Jane is alienated from her family, but she chooses to do it and feels it is best for her. Furthermore, this alienation from the society of her family for something she wishes she could change but cannot pushes her to hang around Holden which, in its own way, is running from society. Jane’s separation from her family makes Holden, a boy who deals with alienation from his family and society in general, appeal to her, so ¨Jane and [Holden] got to be friends and all¨ (Salinger 77). Jane becomes close to Holden, an outcast; therefore, she alienates herself from society. She isolates herself from society by hanging around someone who society alienates.
Empathy is seeing with the eyes of another, listening with the ears of another and feeling with the heart of another.” This quote by Alfred Adler is essential to obtain a full understanding of the qualities St. John lacks in the novel Jane Eyre, by Charlotte Bronte. St. John is considered to be of the shadow sage archetype because of his lack of empathy and feelings towards anything or anyone. The Rivers family does not help Jane because they feel compassionate towards her, but rather because they feel it is their duty to do so. When St. John allows Jane to enter his house, he does not do it because he feels sorry for her and her state. He allows her to enter because he feels it is his duty to help her.
When John and Helmholtz meet, John reads a part in the scene where Juliet’s parents were trying to persuade her to marry Paris. Hearing this absurdity of marriage, Watson couldn’t help but to burst into laughter. His reaction greatly surprises John and takes it as a sign of an insult. These kinds of human relations the World State bans such as tragic, sadness, passion is why Watson reacted that way, and this greatly wounds John. Before Watson and John’s meeting, he never felt any negativity towards Watson, he was even finally relieved to be able to find someone to share the artistic value of Shakespeare’s language, but disdains Helmholtz’s laughter to both his cultural values and innermost feelings.
Although he was treated nicely, he never felt like he belonged. John had a tighter grip on reality since he read all of Shakespeare’s works. He realised that the outside world was nothing like Shakespeare described. John witnessed his mother die and then snapped, he realised that soma was the cause for everyone being too happy. No one ever felt sad, they were conditioned not to at a very young age.
Evaluate alternative solutions: In this section we need to evaluate our alternative solutions so that we can understand all the pros and cons to ensure we make the right choice. Some alternatives may seem appealing but implementing them may not be realistic. Starting with the first option, I think the hospital staff does need some coaching to remember the mission of the hospital but it must be recognized that their department is not being utilized for its intended purpose which can understandably cause resentment and hurt motivation. This alternative is important but should not be the main initiative in my opinion. The second program to provide the community with an education about what constitutes a medical emergency, in my opinion, is beneficial and would potentially stop unnecessary ER visits.
1. What are effective crisis intervention strategies used for each of the following: a high-risk suicidal client, a middle-risk suicidal client, and a low-risk suicidal client? Effective crisis intervention strategies for high-risk suicidal clients include admission to a psychiatric hospital to treat the client’s depression and or other emotional problems (Kanel, 2015). The middle risk suicidal client’s crisis intervention strategies are developing a non-suicide contract with the client while being seen by the crisis worker (Kanel, 2015). Another intervention strategy to be used for middle risk clients is to monitor them daily with a phone call (Kanel, 2015).
Secondly, when Bernard and John (director's son) started talking and how John started saying that he always felt isolated and rejected, partly because his mother slept with so many men and partly because the people of the village never accepted him, in fact he started complaining on how because he is white that he wasn't allowed to do any Indian rituals or cultural things just like any other Indian "but they wouldn't let me. They disliked me for my complexion. It's always been like that. Always" John said (pg 111).
Again, psycho-education and parent coaching that are trauma informed to increase closeness with the child. These techniques will include: emotional validation, emotion coaching, reflective listening will be emphasized to decrease reactivity and trauma echoes. Education regarding the complexity of blended family issues and problem solving in the home. Katie will attend school 5 out of 5 opportunities as reported by the school and observed. The therapist will assist the mother in creating behavioral incentives to promote increased attendance.
The mere thought of Stradlater being intimate with her worries him not out of jealousy, but because he wants her to remain innocent. He is so distraught that, he starts a fist fight that he knows he will lose as an attempt to recuperate his image of Jane’s innocence. Salinger uses Jane’s influence on Holden to illustrate Holden’s fear of maturing into adulthood. Holden refuses to later see her because he believes he failed to protect her innocence. This is his way of maintaining Jane’s innocence in his mind; it is “an expression of his urgency” to save “the innocence of childhood from the corruption of an adult world”(Lewis).