This act was particularly hard for me, as by now my behaviour had been fluctuating for a good amount of years and I got it in my head that this behaviour was normal, after I was kicked back into line after multiple suspensions, and a meeting with my parents, I strived for the best in my behaviour and education. In this act I showed resilience, as I kicked out a bad habit that had been causing me trouble for far too long. Sometimes you have to look at yourself and your faults, and decided how you can be a better person, this is incredibly difficult for most, and shows vast amounts of
I had to miss most of the month of September going to specialists or the hospital. The first time I went to the stomach specialist, the doctor told me to go on a limiting diet for IBS called the FODMAP diet. The FODMAP diet was very difficult and I was not getting any better within a week of my last doctor visit. Eventually my mom decided to take me to the Emergency Room. After doing a CT scan the doctors noticed something was wrong and they issued a colonoscopy.
Because of all of the negative energies, our band was not communicating like they should be. I needed to restore communication with my director. I talked to him and then felt much better about the situation. After talking to him, the season went much better. I had regained the proper level of communication, and my band fed off of my confidence in him.
Bauer was a failure giver because she was giving too much without realizing how it hurt her position. When she noticed that the people she helped were being promoted and she stayed behind her perspective of being a giver changed. For her being a giver meant to help anyone that needed help or seen in trouble. However, after seeing how some people that she helped did not even thank her, she understood that helping others has its limits. From then on, she continued helping others but only to those she believes were worth her time.
Many people deal with hardship differently. Some take it pretty hard and therefore get bad attitudes, but others take it with a grain of salt and try to find the good in any trouble that they are having. In many experiences finding the light at the end of the tunnel is much more efficient than getting a bad attitude. The first piece of evidence is a quote from Anne Frank. Now she may have died in the end but while she was living she made the most of her time, and therefore had a better life than she would have if she would have gotten a bad attitude.
Maybe it was the lack of connection or affection with her mother that caused Jeannette to include the parts she did. She tells more stories about her dad doing more positive things than negative, so when he did good things they stood out substantially. I think that some of the negative situations with Jeannette’s mother traumatized her as a child, so she clings onto those memories, rather than the good ones. Most students in my class agree with me, while some have their different
America is a blessing. Although I knew very little English and I had a difficult time fitting in, I experience many struggles because I knew that Patience is bitter, but its fruit is sweet. I was not someone who could learn something easily but my determination and hard work to make a better future for myself kept me going. My father was really sick, for his better health, we first moved here and the time I spent taking caring of him. Ever since I realized that I could help people and enjoy it immensely.
Weekly Self S.O.A.P - A. S- Discuss your SUBJECTIVE feelings for this week: This week was a hard one. I knew when I was assigned to the patient that it wasn’t going to be easy. I emotionally separated myself when I was taking care of the patient but when the family came into the room and starting telling stories of how wonderful the patient was; it was hard to separate my emotions from the job. I have volunteered for Hospice for years and have had experience talking with patient’s families but it was a gradually decline for the patient and the families learned to accept their loved one’s terminal illness. This case was just tragic.
What did I do to deserve a daughter like you? Why can’t you just be normal? First the drinking and drugs, then your grades plummeted downhill, and now this? I thought you had moved past all this and were getting better. I thought the doctors and your therapist were helping?” I could tell by the slight frown on his face that he was disappointed in me.
For instance, in 2014 I was diagnosed with diabetes, which was very difficult for me because my health was declining and I had to change my daily routines. At first, I was disappointed and a little depressed, but when my friends found out about my problem, they told me about other people they’d heard successfully deal with diabetes and this made me feel less helpless about my own situation. Another thing that helps me with grief is my belief in Christianity. Because of my religious beliefs, I’m not afraid of my afterlife, but I would be ashamed if I were to get sick