The stereotype of PTSD is another big topic society talks about. Not everyone in the service comes back broken to their wives in need of mental help, but there are families that deal with it. One way media convinces the audience is using rhetorical analysis. For instance, Pathos is how the image can send an emotional appeal to the audience. In this case, the poem in the back of the woman in this magazine cover, was written by the founder of the Battling Bare campaign, wanting to share her emotions towards her PTSD husband and make a statement to the world how she’s the one helping him.
The use of language throughout the essay shows that she knows what she is talking about while making it easy on the reader. Even though the diction isn’t the juiciest I have seen before, she is able to get her point across easily while being able to keep the audience’s attention throughout the whole essay. All of this ultimately comes down to her strong use of ethos and logos to get her point across in this essay. She relies more on statistics and quotes from outside sources to present her argument which ultimately makes it much more effective. Her credibility is established in the first paragraph with her use of the statistic in the first sentence which makes it much easier for her audience to listen to her and agree with her
You could tell that she loved working with younger girls because of how supportive she was. Our workouts were not easy but even though it took forever to finish, there she was smiling and encouraging us to keep going. She always puts everyone else’s needs above her own. Despite whatever happened during the day, the moment she stepped onto the field, she was the coach we all knew and loved. Jarica Martarano is someone I admire due to her dedication, helpfulness, and everything she has taught me about life and softball.
But there is more to it. Something the mere eye cannot capture. I could go on and write a whole paragraph on PTSD and all the other accompanying side effects but in the end we would understand just as much. Or we would just have to accept this person’s reality individually and not how we want to create another person’s reality for ourselves. With this in mind I would like to ultimately thank Laurie Halse Anderson as she did a wonderful job in portraying a young girl’s struggles.
Also, the article warns the reader to make sure that they contact a physician if they are experiencing any memory lapse issues. I feel like the conclusion was well written and ended the article in an appropriate way. It might not be the way I would have written it, but I think their effort to help people understand that they need to take care of themselves, is
The mutual respect and camaraderie shown set the tone for Pam to share very personal and revealing experiences of what it has been like dealing with Arthrogryposis her entire life. The opportunity to see Professor Duponte in therapeutic mode was inspiring. While appearing completely casual and at ease she steered the interview with a deft hand to more and more revealing topics in a way that showed her skill at gathering highly sensitive information while maintaining the client’s confidentiality and dignity. The session left me humbled and emotionally drained. The professionalism and empathy shown by our Professor Duponte and the spiritual strength and courage demonstrated by Pam made me both motivated to learn the OT process and figure out how to shield my empathic senses just a bit
She really does a great job in her article and I just feel like a lot a people can definitely benefit if they read this article. It is just a good article to learn from someone else 's experience and relate to it. I appreciate the fact that she did not make the article hard to understand. In general the way that Jazmine Hughes overcame her imposter syndrome by dressing up like someone else is one way of solving or overcoming imposter syndrome. There are still so many other different ways that people overcome this out there and who knows maybe this way works for
Van Doren’s use of admiring tone allows readers to readily agree upon with his statements about Hester Prynne. In the essay, he comments that “she is set to cast a spell over those who behold her” (Van Doren). The portrayal of Hester mesmerizes him, therefore he delivers statements about her with confidence, in an admiring tone. In effect of this, the allure of Hester, which Van Doren creates, allows the audience to perceive her as a prominent woman figure, rather than a sinner. Van Doren also
Overhearing Joanie expressing to Isadora that she could not help but be in the manner she treats me, soon after being told she will no longer be allowed to continue with her hostile behaviors, drove me to seek higher aid in resolving this matter, if it be with a change in behavior for me or for the others. These matters can easily turn into legal issues if not handled properly. I would love to have this corrected in-house before another reoccurrence, which would force me to seek professional advice on my next plan of action. Joanie 's statement " I can 't help it" informs me that the hostile behavior towards me is not of my doing. with that being said, I believe its time to start approaching each other in a respectfully and mature manner.
Ms. Brown and I discussed how passionate we are towards the children and how we got involved with wanting to help them which I felt that was the main reason as to why the interview went very smoothly with her, and her wonderful personality. I really enjoyed my interview with Ms. Brown and I would definitely do it again in the near future. She helped make my interview a wonderful, stress free