Now I am looking forward to furthering my education after high school and taking care of my family the way I always wanted. In final conclusion, being on probation was a bizarre journey. Also, taught me a lot in life from start to end. Which started to show me that my friends weren’t for me, I did thing I regretted, I ended back on probation, and it made me the person I am today. I will never look back at that particular experience.
Learning the language and having difficulty speaking english, having trouble communicating. In The latin Deli: An Ars Poetica it identifies the issue of speaking a different language. The poem states "all wanting comfort of spoken spanish." Securing work is another issue either because of illegal immigration, the job only hiring people with experience in the united states or because of the language barrier. Cultural barriers as americans we are more open to do different things but when being from different cultures it might be considered disrespectful.
I know how hard she works to give me an education and that’s why I value school and give it my all. Many privileged kids here in the U.S don’t take the opportunity many of us wish we had. For example, wealthy parents that can afford to pay college. I want to go to college because I want to give my parents a good future. Give back to them for all of their hard toil.
Patient admits to taking paroxetine (Paxil) in the past for her depression but has not been taking any anti-depressants as of recent. Patient said she stop taking the medication when she felt better and did not feel she had any further use for it. FAMILY HISTORY Patient reports both parents having substance abuse issues but she is uncertain about any other mental health condition. PHYSICAL EXAMINATION VITALS: Temperature 98.3 degrees. Pulse 82.
I tried hard not to think about them, but it was hard not to. I feel like if would have my father in my life, everything would of been different. It broke my heart when family members would tell me that they would see him like five minutes from my house and he would not even bother to say “Hello” or anything. My mother, I love her to death but it hurt when all of the sudden she disappeared and did not get to see her in five years. My mom had my brother
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.
Interviewee: Yeah. Interviewer: So, how did she go about that? Interviewee: Since she works at the hospital and she knows a lot of moms. She didn’t support it because people don’t eat healthy enough or eat right. She feels like if the baby has formula, they will have everything and all the nutrients that it needs, instead of trying to breast feed and you're not eating three times per day or you are not eating right.
Then, I went home with this pain. I tried to sleep it off, but could not sleep; I could not even walk without limping. I skipped school the next day because of it and just stayed in my bed all day. At night, my father took me to the hospital to see what was wrong with me. It turns out that my appendix needed to be removed.
She expected it to be big and lavish but it turned out to be smaller and old. She was too quick to assume everything would be better just because her family got more money. Esperanza should’ve been happy she even got a better house. Her former living situation was a horrible and she should have been more appreciative of the major upgrade she got. “You live there?...
The No Child Left Behind law was created for this reason, because no parent want to see their child fail, and think that they can’t receive a good education. In the United States, it is believed that if you get good grades you will get into a good college and obtain a degree and a high paying job. Education is the great equalizer among students to achieve upward mobility many think. But is this true? Is the racial gap in education really something to worry about?