That takes courage and bravery to know she would willingly suffer just to be addiction free. All the time Jem was reading to her, she probably never heard a single word because she was focused on the clock and craving for morphine. So this is why I think her courageous and brave because she did not take the easy way out, she took the hard way and suffered, but she died a happy person because she achieved her goal to get rid of her addiction before she died. Jem and Scout did not know anything that she was going through they just thought she was some foul and mean person that disrespected their dad. But only understood when Atticus explained what she went through and the pain and
She did her best, never complain about how inappropriate and rude her doctors were. She did her part on the trial, she did not terminate with the research procedure, but indeed help them furtherly improve their research. As well as her doctors and the research did everything to make her better, but no one knows what really is meant for you, few days after she was visited by her favorite professor, Vivien passed away. When I was watching the movie, it is so uncomfortable to watch the first 30 minutes.
I was happy of the fact that I was doing some part in them getting better in someway. I didn’t want to repeat what i felt like I did to my other friend. After a while I got to the point where I had to go to a therapist because I couldn’t handle the pain. I ended up telling my mom I needed a therapist and she got worried.
Two years ago was the most devastating experience that my family has ever had to go through. Cancer can be a very depressing illness and only the strong survive. That’s what I tell my grandmother every time we talk about her journey of battling breast cancer. Seeing my grandmother happy and in a healthy state again makes me cherish every moment I spend with her, as well as the rest of my loved ones. My cancer experience made me realize that even the slightest moments in life that you share with your family is often taken for granted.
Sonny’s mom wanted him to succeed, that influenced him to succeed. Morale support is much needed when trying to accomplish something that seems impossible to everyone else. Sonny’s mother was also important because she was an example of non conformity of Coalwood. She hated being a miners wife and wanted to escape to Myrtle Beach, I think that is also an influence she has on Sonny, she wants to get out and that makes him want to get out.
Although I know that my grandmother is frightened and scared of what the illness could do to her and face the unknown, she continues to choose to fight this lethal sickness every instant of the day, and she does it with a smile. This shows that even though she could complain and give up fighting the disease, she continues to try her best and be tough. Seeing my grandmother and other cancer patients go through this life-threatening journey against cancer, inspires their loved ones. Heroes can be as simple as these individuals who showed us what strength
Her parents saw this as qaug dab peg, “the spirit catches you and you fall down,” that Lia’s soul was scared out of her. In their eyes the seizures were sacred as she could be chosen as a ‘tvix neebs’ or ‘shaman.’ Although still worried, they took Lia to Merced Community Medical Center. Lia was diagnosed with epilepsy. The Lee’s wanted to do half western medicine as well as half traditional healing to try to get Lia’s soul to return, but they were unhappy with the side effects from the prescribed medications.
She even risked and lost her job just so he wouldn 't go to prison with Grant 's murder on his record. She has been doing newspaper and photography for a long time and the fact that she put that all aside and risked it just for Shep really shows a lot about how she really is and how nice and caring she is. Also she risked hers and her mom 's job by talking and seeing Shep. She really loved working with her mom and she said it was her favorite thing to do.
Being an active partner in developing your cancer treatment plan is the most effective way to help your doctors recommend what is right for you. Be an active participant in your treatment. This will not help your condition improve. Know what the causes of cancer are, and learn how to know when you are at risk. If you know the common symptoms of cancer in advance, then you can identify those symptoms much easier should you ever experience
Mrs. Dubose, another extremely courage character, fought a dependence on morphine in order to die unaddicted. Because of a medical condition, she took morphine, then slowly became addicted. Upon realising her dependence she made a goal to not die addicted. In order to accomplish this the decreased the time she used morphine every night. She kept track of this with a timmer.
The Power of HeLa “You make sure Day takes care of them children” stated Henrietta with her last few gasps of breath (Skloot 85). This powerful statement shows just how caring and selfless Henrietta Lacks was. She wanted the best for everyone else, even though, she was on her death bed fighting for her life. She tried to mask the excruciating pain that she was in until it overcame her and she was forced to visit the hospital.
Courage can be interpreted in a lot of different ways. To different people, it means different things. Courage’s ‘official’ definition is “The ability to do something that frightens one; strength in the face of pain or grief.” This definition is adequate to some, but others interpret courage as a wide array of other things. Courage could be trying something new, doing what you want regardless of others opinions.
#1 Courage was also shown by Mrs. Dubose in To Kill A Mockingbird. She was a stubborn old lady who would say rude things every time Jem or Scout passed by her house. Morphine was her addiction, and since Jem ruined all of her camellia bushes after receiving many insults from her, his punishment was to read to her and have Scout join as well. Later we find out that Jem and Scout read to her for a certain amount of time, and during that time period she was without morphine. She wanted to wean off of morphine, as that seemed to be her dying wish.