Getting chosen to get this scholarship will me get more motivated to attend a 4 year college, and it will also help my parents. Due to living in a low income family, college can be very difficult. I come from a family where, we do struggle at times. Getting this scholarship will be an honor and will save my family and I money. My family is very supportive towards my career goals, which is to become a Register Nurse so I can help people around the world, and one day make an organization to help people whom also struggle.
In fact, Jane has learned quite a bit through positive influences such as her best friend, Helen Burns and Mr. Rochester. Not only have they helped her become more introspective, but assisted her in flourishing as a person. It is crucial to have someone with an alternate perspective, who will ensure that you don’t lose your way. Helen was genuinely a great influence on Jane and taught her to seek out the best in people. While Helen assists Jane in correcting her pessimism and negative attitude, she does not do so in a harmful manner but, instead, encourages Jane, telling her that she is “too impulsive, too vehement” and that there is so much more to the world than meets the eye (99).
In Linda’s situation, showing that extra bit of initiative and being an extra voice in her corner could make a big difference for her. Perhaps the most important skill to have is empathy. When I am using a holistic, person centred approach it always helps to be able to understand how Linda might be feeling especially if she is having difficulty expressing herself. A positive outlook and attitude are also vitally important. I find positivity infectious the same way panic can be, so a good temperament should also be a must for a healthcare
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
In this letter, Adams had a soothing tone that makes John know that she is not angry with him, and she is letting him know that she is lucky to have a son who gave her “pleasing hopes” (Adams). throughout their life and informs him that “Nothing is wanting with you but attention, diligence, and steady application” (Adams). to reassure him that he is special and will achieve great success in life. In conclusion, Abigail Adams wrote this passionate letter to her son to offer advice and support before he took on this massive journey traveling around the globe. She wanted to express to her precious son to take on any opportunity that the universe threw at him for he is not the only one with admirable qualities.
I would like to thank you for giving me the opportunity of possibly being a member of the National Honor Society. Being honest is something that I take to great importance even if the outcome can end up unsatisfactory for me. I value my morals because that has shaped me into the person I am today and standing by them helps me remember to value the importance of being a good person to my peers as well as my community. I go to Saint John’s Church and when there are meetings for parents, I volunteer to help and look out for kids. I take joy in teaching them the importance that doing something small can lead to a greater good.
During the visit with Lyne Pitts, she gave some valuable information on the importance of being a good communicator and building relationships in this line of work. Aside from this, one of the things she said that mostly resonated with me was that hard work will get you there, but relationships get you further. When I heard her say this, I had to stop and write it down. Thinking about it, this
I love my sister and my nephew, but I want what is best for me and for any children that I might have in the future: stability, freedom and choice. I believe the best way to achieve this is to go to college. I will forever be grateful for the encouragement my family gives me. My grandma, my aunt, my mom and my sister are all wonderful mothers, but they know how important it is for me to break the cycle of teenage pregnancy and go to college. As I complete my college applications I feel as if all my hard work in school is finally paying off and my childhood dream of going to college is becoming a reality.
Despite what my mom has been through, she acknowledges that things can be worse and even though it may be very difficult for her to get through the day at times, she still finds the strength to do so. This interview was just as much for her as it was for me. One role was not more significant than the other; we both played key parts in this experience. This interview was about listening and more importantly, understanding. To find myself in someone else’s story is a beautiful thing and I am appreciative of this experience for allowing that to happen.
Returning to college is very important to me.” Participant nine,Mickey, said, “I didn’t have too many obstacles because of my family supported me when I needed them to care for my kids. My family knew how important it was for me to finish my degree and