“Shit!” Katherine Tows yelled hysterically. Her green eyes were glued on the positive pregnancy test she held in her hand as her back was leaning on the door. Not quite believing the evidence for the third time on the third test, she wiped her already swollen, puffy eyes, but the yellow color just wouldn’t go away. It stayed there, reminding her of the loser she was. Pregnant? Her, Katherine Amanda Tows, PREGNANT? In what universe? Apparently in the one, where stupid people like her live. She was stupid, she admitted that and no one ever condoled, let alone disagreed with her. That was no coincidence, her stupidity was so obvious no one set word against it. Frustrated she got back up and dialled a number. She had to call someone, her sister, and that she had to do quickly. Apparently she knew a …show more content…
“You will never pay me back-“ “But-“ “But what I am offering you instead is a job, because I feel bad for you, so tell me.. what are your qualifications?” Half-stunned, half-annoyed at his straightforwardness Katherine stuttered. Why was he doing this? He didn’t even need the money, to him the cost of her abortion was literally just pocket change! “I can’t do anything,” she whispered. “I was a dyslexic foster child that no one cared about, I was th-thrown out of the place I grew up in on my eighteenth birthday and my foster parents seemed relieved and-“ “Then I cannot help you,” Dr Wellington interrupted, as he threw a few coins onto the table to pay for his coffee. “Or wait a sec, here.“ Out of his pocket came a few pills meant to calm a person. “Take these Katherine,“ he said. “They’ll calm you down fast.“ If only Katherine knew he was lying. Maybe if she’d known she wouldn’t have turned into the victim of social anxiety disorder, maybe she wouldn’t have deserted the child that she was at this moment pregnant with. Maybe,
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Another event occurred while she was shopping at Wal-Mart. McClain followed her around the store. Eventually she obtained a temporary ex parte order of protection against McClain. The death threats became so severe that Brandy and her family stopped living in their home. Even to this day her high school aged daughter is terrified to be in their home alone, concerned that “the doctor” is going to show up and cause her
Also when she was with her family watching walter cronkite she wanted to say something really mean and childish(with a really bad attitude) like “I told you so.” or something like that but she held it in. Even though she made a new friend went to california with him without even knowing him for that long. But she only did that to find herself.
Now Maribel is not the same, she fell from a ladder Alma was holding. The fall caused tremendous swelling and shaking of her brain, and leading to neuron detachment, Alma feels at fault for the accident Maribel had. Once arriving at Delaware, the Rivera’s family moved into a one bedroom apartment which looked like it had not been touched for a while. The floor was worn out, and the walls were a mustard yellow which made the place even more bland and old. The bathroom was very little with a baby blue sink, a toilet with rust, and a stand up shower with no door.
1. What role did technology play in Claudia’s situation? What role did human error play in her situation? Technology played a vital role in this case, since the nurse call button and the wireless microphone made it easy for Claudia to get her message through to the clerk.
They didn’t know what to do when they found out that she was pregnant; they were young, they didn’t have any money, they were scared, they didn’t want to tell anybody, they didn’t know what to do, and the only option that they could see was to terminate the pregnancy. So that’s what they decided to do… they went to a clinic, they had the procedure done, and at first they felt relieved that all their problems had gone away. But then something happened that they did not expect… and that’s over the next few weeks, which turned into a few months, they began to feel an intense sadness… and a pain and an agony and a guilt that wouldn’t go away. They didn’t know what to do, so they finally went to see a counselor; they said look — tell us what to do, we just don’t know, and the counselor made a suggestion. The counselor said here’s what you need to do — stop acting like you had a procedure, and act like you had a death in the family.”
People make decisions every day of their lives. For example, if they either wanted to go to Disney World or Disney Orlando. In the novel, Lyddie, by Katherine Paterson a 15 year-old girl named Lyddie was hired as a servant to help pay off her family farm’s debts. Lyddie wants to reunite her family once again…. somehow.
She OD’ed. It scared them. They didn’t know what to do with her and they took her down to the
She said that it was the stupidest thing that she’d ever done in her life. Had she succeeded, she would never have had the chance of getting married, becoming a mother and having the wonderful joy of raising her two children whom she adored so much. If you take your life, you don’t just take one life; you take the lives of your future generation with you.
She incorporates Swanson’s (1991) “Empirical Development Of a Middle Range Theory of Caring” processes such as knowing and being with, into her care and upholds patient advocacy, but she too makes mistakes that hinder Vivian’s wellbeing. Communication In the beginning of the movie, Doctor Kelekian