Jason Williams was born on October 17, 1986 (currently 31 years old), in Rotterdam, Netherlands. His father, Thomas Williams, is an African American and a practicing Catholic from Brooklyn, New York, and worked as a school teacher. Jason Williams mother, Sandra Williams is a white Catholic from the Netherlands who worked as an English teacher and florist. He is their only child. Jason Williams parents divorced when he was five years old.
“Night” by Bret Lott and “Worry” by Ron Wallace are two short stories that, even if they are different, they have similarities between them. Bret Lott shows up a father and his concerns about his child. Ron Wallace, in change, shows up the parents’ concerns about their daughter (and their house). At “Night” we can appreciate how the father worried about his kid just because he woke up and heard the child breathing. In “Worry” we can see the mother talking, arguing and even fighting for her daughter with her husband, he does not pay attention to what she is saying; his worries are all about his house.
He had no brothers or sisters. His parents been together for 17 years and, they actually attended the same high school John F Kennedy. Steven was very spoiled by his father he will always get what he wants when it comes to sneakers and clothes. Most of his family from his mother side lives in Dominican Republic. His family from his father side lives in Brooklyn Sunset.
Pat is diagnosed with Bipolar disorder while Tiffany has depression. Based on the movie, Pat’s disorder makes it hard for him to connect with and understand people. He has very poor social skills and is often referred to as having “no filter”. Pat also displays angry and violent tendencies when he gets frustrated or upset. An example of this is when he has trouble finding his wedding video and he wakes his parents up at two in the morning, accusing them of hiding it from him.
Mental illness seems to be one large theme in the novel. From the start, Charlie is shown to have problems controlling his emotions. Charlie retaliates against a fellow student who is bullying him and ends up injuring the other student badly (7). Charlie then becomes hysterical because before the incident Charlie had not done anything to the other student. Charlie’s brother had to pick him up early from school as a result (8).
With her brother in prison, her mother really doesn’t care about much except him. His best friend Ames is always at their house and trying to hit on Sydney, and as much as she told her mom that she didn’t feel comfortable around him, she ignored her and kept him around. I get annoyed with not only her mom, but with Ames. If she didn’t want to hang out with Ames, why was she forced to? She then later meets Layla and her family.
Introduction I chose to interview Hayward Thues for this paper. Hayward is an African American male and he is my paternal grandfather. Hayward was born in Ringgold, Louisiana in 1930 and is currently 86 years old. He relocated to Phoenix, Arizona, along with his mother and siblings when he was in his early teens. Hayward’s father died when he was very young, so he does not have any memories of him.
Clinical Report: Normal Bates from Bates Motel Background: Norman Bates is a single 22-year old, Caucasian male, who lives with his mother, Norma Bates, and older half-brother, Dylan Massett who lives in White Pine Bay, Oregon. When Norman was younger he lived in Arizona with his mother and father, Sam, who Norman killed when he was 16 years old. The two then moved to White Pine Bay, Oregon when Norman was 17. They opened and ran an old motel together. Norman attended White Pine Bay High School, but then dropped out and was homeschooled by his mother around the age of 18.
This may be because he was never loved as a child or just doesn’t understand what family is. For the rest of them who stayed in the woods, Duchess was the mother, she held piney, the daughter in the cabin protecting her until she died in her arms. Mother Shipton was the grandmother, she starved herself to be able to feed everybody else, she looked out for everybody hoping that her sacrifice would give everybody a chance to make it out alive. Tom was the son, he looked up to John Oakurst like a father and he left to
Christine was the disciplinary in the home. Linda does not have any recollection of her maternal nor paternal grandparents. As far as she was told, her paternal grandmother did not approve of her father’s relationship with her mother. Childhood memories, Linda family vacationed every summer. Each summer the family would rent a van and drive over 800 miles to Savannah, Georgia to visit extended family.
Alejandro C.: A Case in Childhood PTSD Study Identifying Information Alejandro is a 30 month (2 ½-year-old) male of Hispanic descent. Currently, he is a ward of the Los Angeles County’s foster care program (DCFS). He has been placed in a private foster family agency’s (FFA) volunteer foster family home. His mother, Ms. C., is a 28-year-old woman who is currently living at a residential drug program for treatment of her addiction to methamphetamine. Ms. C. self-identifies as Catholic.