I’d also tell them not to bully back because that would make everything worse, and he/she would also become a bully. Telling an adult is only when it gets serious, for she/he should first try to solve the problem. I’d also tell him/her to not let the bully know that she is upset, because that may result in the bully trying to tease her more, breaking her/him down. When I first acknowledged this as an abusive one was when I first learned that these acts were really considered ‘bullying’. I had always thought that it wasn’t, and that it was just them being mean.
But even after trying to talk about it, Krebs felt to traumatized to want to speak about the war. His inability to express his feelings causes Krebs to hurt others such as his mom unintentionally. He told his mother that he didn’t love her. Krebs wishes he could tell his mother how he felt, but “he couldn’t tell her, he couldn’t make her see it” (6). All Krebs could do now was pray with his mother for himself and hope that things would get
It wasn’t necessary Father ” ( Silko 1175) . Leon’s reaction is not only strange, but smug. He enjoys telling the Father that his traditions were not forgotten, but instead, were considered unnecessary to him and his
I had finally come to accept it. We had begun to communicate with out wyes, with nods of our heads, with gestures of our hands. But we did not speak to each other. I had no idea how he was getting along in psychology, or how his family was, but I heard no bad news, so I assumed things were more or less all right.” [Potok, p 243] Even though Danny hates it as well, he accepts it, but Reuven is furious at Reb Saunders for torturing his son even further. He believes that the silence is not only destroying his relationship with Danny, but also Danny’s soul.
That’s because they’ve been influenced to not care, most likely by friends. As much as they can not care about a topic, they can also bring attention to it in a rather different way. Jokes are usually made about topics that shouldn’t be jokes about. Even if it is wrong, no one tries to stop it. No student would want to stand up and give a speech about why that is wrong to say.That’s because no one would want to be seen as a social threat.
Holden is unaware of his problem. When people try to help him he tells them there is nothing wrong with him. Holden wonders why he cannot connect with others. He blames it on other people when the source of his problems is himself. Holden’s past holds him back from connecting with others, but his fear of letting go of his past has him limited and scarred from making new relationships and connections.
They would also go as far as spreading rumors or just wanting to confront the pemeson with intentions on hurting them. This was somewhat similar to how members of my family resolved conflict because they both used defensiveness and argumentation. Neither tried to find ways to come to an understanding or mutual agreement. This hasn't had a great deal of affect on how I resolve conflict. Although, I have become more so aggressive when it comes to conflict because, from what I've seen, the more aggressive you become the more respect you tend to get.
This was a revelation for McMurphy as he hadn’t known this and was being reckless with his actions. He was trying to break Ratched, but now he realises that he needs to be careful and not give her a reason to send him up to disturbed. An example of McMurphy not acting irrationally was when Cheswick started yelling during a group therapy
His character traits make him seem rude to Lennie, but he does it just to keep him in check. At times he can still open up his soft side. Before Lennie gets shot George says, “I never been mad, and that’s the thing I want ya to know.” (106). Even though he did not say much you could get a very big message just from that. He is saying I want you to know that I was not rude just to be mean I was rude so nothing like this happened.
Once in the third grade, I lost someone pretty important to me and instead of finding comfort from a friend, I decided to keep my feelings to myself. The reason, I didn't want my friends to see me in pain and I thought I should try and stay strong for my family. However, what I didn´t know is how much it might hurt me when I didn't tell people what was on my mind. I usually waited till I was alone to say what was on my mind out loud instead of saying it to others. In the end, I did eventually go to my friends, consequently, I ended up feeling better about the situation.
He needed to protect everyone else who were inexperienced and didn’t even think that this situation could possibly happen in real life. There was more pressure on him because if he failed to defend himself, then he would’ve failed to protect everyone else and they would all go down with him. Additionally, I do think that his doubts are reasonable. This situation was very different from the others, because even the smallest things can make a great
The first thing I remember doing is telling him it was okay. I didn’t want him to think he wasn’t going to be loved by his friends and his family, and that I was going to think differently of him. Being so close to someone who has come to the realization of being homosexual and witnessing the strength it takes to do so can change a person drastically, just as it did to me. I went from being nearly against it to strongly supporting it. It allowed me to open my eyes and see that nothing is different about him, or anyone else who lives the same as him.
I 'm not proud of my choice because it reflects on my character and morality. I felt the awkwardness and wrongness of the situation but I stayed quiet for the benefit of a sports team. It shows that I was a bit of a coward because I didn 't want to be portrayed as a rat or excluded from any social
The client was a man that was chauvinistic and did not want to speak to me because of my sexuality. I did better than I thought, but I am concerned that the counseling process would be different in real life. It would be beneficial to learn ways to help the client to open up even when there is resistance. Another challenge that one may face not being knowledgeable of the many intervention. For example, when working with a client that was afraid of clowns, it was obvious that I was not fully confident in working with a scenario that I was not knowledgeable about.