False memory syndrome in 1986, Nadean Cool a nurse’s aide in Wisconsin sought therapy from a psychiatrist. The psychiatrist used hypnosis and other suggestive techniques to dig out buried (false) memories of abuse. When cool finally realize that false memory has been implanted she sued the psychiatrist for malpractice and her case was settled out for court for 2.4 million dollars (Loftus, 1997). In Missouri, a church counsellor helped Beth Rutherford to remember during therapy that her father, a clergyman had regularly raped her between the ages of 7 and 14. Under her therapist’s guidance, Rutherford developed memories of her father twice impregnating her and forcing her to abort the fetus herself with coat
Overview In 2015, the Tennessee Supreme Court rejected the 30-day suspension of the law license of attorney, Robert Vogel, who was caught by federal authorities in a sex scandal involving a young pill-addicted female client, and provided confidential information about another client to a judge in a separate matter (Satterfield, 2015). Vogel was appointed to represent the girlfriend of the leader of a $6.5 million pill distribution network in 2012, when he began to beg the women to engage in sexual encounters (Satterfield, 2015). The client complied with his requests, stating that she felt Vogel “held her future in his hands” because she faced serious federal prison time (Satterfield, 2015). The women tried to end the relationship on several
old prior years prior to the arrest, he was also charged with six counts of e lewd act on a child and two counts of oral copulation (an easier way of saying sexual intercourse) a person under 16. Sparks said his client had been fairly accused of child molestation, noting that the allegations did not surface until after sparks became famous on “America’s Best Dance Crew “.when Sparks was in jail there was rumors spreading around saying him and the 15 yr. old dated for a period of two years. Their “relationship” took place 15 yrs. prior to his arrest. Then he landed a gig as a judge on “America’s Best Dance Crew” the mother of the 15 yr. old came forward demanding money for he silence, and when the demands weren’t met she moved forward again but this time she filed a police report.
Lucky by Alice Sebold Part 3 The book Lucky by Alice Sebold is a memoir about Alice Sebold's rape as a freshman at Syracuse University in New York. This book discusses on how she handled herself and how others treated her after the rape. This lead tragic event lead to her substance abuse disorder. Some of the main issues and questions addressed in the book were, after being rapped she felt as if he aslant took all power from her she was no longer a regular eighteen-year-old college student. Was she going to be able to get back to who she was prior to the assault?
Diagnosed with cancer at a young age, she fights a tough battle and though she almost bit it, she kept going. Being the selfless person she is, she is worried that if she gets too close to people like Augustus, she will hurt them if anything happens to her. The novel goes through Hazels time learning new things, making decisions and seeing what is best for her, and other people. The theme of this novel is that life is short and it is important to live it to your fullest. Both, Augustus and Hazel face the challenge of dying.
In Jordan, 90,000 Syrian children are going without a formal education, and 20% of refugee children have left school in order to work. Many girls are losing out after being forced into early marriage, another survival mechanism. Even in Lebanon, where education is free for Syrian children, transportation costs are too expensive and many have to miss classes in order to support their families; 200,000 will be out of school this year, and young people looking for a university education have almost no options at all. If they are to get the skills to live a productive life, to go back home and rebuild after the war, parents of Syria’s refugee children arriving in Europe say education is
I did nursing assistant to take care of my disabled mother who passed away from cancer. It was a side job taking care of her while I worked in technology. Through this certification process, I learned a lot about outpatient care. I had the opportunity to work for Kindred hospital to gain the maximum experience to use for the care of my mother. After her death, I got more interested in pharmacy because the medication had prolonged her life and when the medication was cut on her because insurance did not cover her she passed away.
Jaycee Dugard developed Stockholm syndrome. Jaycee wrote A Stolen Life based on her abduction story that began when she was eleven years old. She was held captive by Phillip Garrido and his wife for a traumatic eighteen years. The author’s motive to write A Stolen Life was to tell the world about Phillip’s actions because people should know that “he is most certainly responsible for stealing [Jaycee’s] life and the life [she] should have had with [her] family.” Her other motive to write this novel was to hopefully help somebody facing a difficult situation, especially those who are experiencing similar conditions. “My goal is to inspire people to speak out when they see that something is not quite right… that society changes in regards to how we treat someone who speaks out… With my writings, i hope to convey that you can endure tough situations and survive.” On June 10th, 1991, Jaycee was walking to school on what seemed like a regular day, when a car pulled up beside her.
With little to no education or job training paired with the stigma around hiring criminals, ex-prisoners are not likely to find housing nor a job upon release. Also, children of the incarcerated are left to deal with unstable homes and are more likely to go to prison themselves than the average youth. A major problem facing prisoners today is what to do once they are released. The majority of the people being arrested are between eighteen and twenty-five years old. Many are going away before they get a chance at a steady job or before they graduate college and are returning to the world unprepared and out of place.
The Detour From Failure Success—the goal of one’s work. People can reach towards a certain limit before it comes to a stop. As shown in The Miracle Worker by William Gibson, determination can lead one on the road to success. Annie Sullivan is a girl from Tewksbury—an asylum for the mentally ill and poor—who is hired by the Keller family to teach their child, Helen Keller. Throughout Sullivan’s journey to create a miracle for the blind-and-deaf Helen Keller; Annie had to keep her head high through the challenges.
Tracy Gardner received a, b, and c awards. Tracy was a single mother of two whom she left behind. A woman filled with compassion and love yet exemplified an abundance of confidence that lead her to the most recent promotion of CW3. Her path to greatness started the moment she decided in high school. Originally, she wanted to become a nurse but knew her mother could not afford it.