Susan Campbell Bartoletti's Dear Mrs. Breed

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What is the best way to respond to conflict? People respond to conflict in many different way and there are different ways to handle conflict. The best way to handle conflict is to stay positive. People can best respond to conflict by being positive and fighting the conflict head on. Though this could lead to fighting is is the best way to show feeling towards the topic or conflict. In the excerpts Dear Mrs. Breed by Joanne Oppenheim and Hitler Youth Growing up in Hitler’s shadow by Susan Campbell Bartoletti there are many examples of how these characters suffer yet rebel against their conflict that they are facing. People should respond to conflict by being positive and taking on the conflict because it shows that you are a strong person and it’s the best way to get through a problem. In “Dear Mrs. Breed a young girl named Louise Ogawa stays positive through her conflicts as she states ““There is no water on Sundays. The electricity is also turned off. Sunday morning everyone eats before 6:00 A.M. Water and electricity turned off between 6:00 A.M. to 6:00 P.M. on Sundays. Very very inconvenient. Never realized how valuable water is. The place looked deserted all the time because of the sandiness everyone stays inside and no one is outside--not even the children so it looks as if no one lives in the barracks”(Oppenheim). This evidence shows that she keeps fighting and that she believes she can make it through these hardships. Her outlook on being positive is one drive that

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