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    Is there a way that compassion can help with humanity? Compassion can help with humanity because we are a society that can help other people. Even though, there are people that don’t show compassion, there are people that do show compassion. In the book Tattoos on the Heart, The Power of Boundless Compassion, compassion is assumed to be the answer to every question. Compassion is a non-ending tool that everyone can use in the world. Are there reasons for us to be compassionate to others even if

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    that word. Compassion seems to be one of them. Gregory Boyle does his best to define compassion by saying “compassion isn’t just about feeling the pain of others; it’s about bringing them in toward yourself” (75). If we are to be as compassionate as God is compassionate, then we must destroy stereotypes and break boundaries that separate the marginalized from the non-marginalized. Boyle goes on to try to further explain compassion by giving explicit examples from his life where compassion was shown

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    Frederick Buechner once said, “Compassion is sometimes the fatal capacity for feeling what it is like to live inside somebody else's skin.” Similarly, an author by the name of Barbara Lazear Ascher wrote an essay called “On Compassion,” in which she states that people learn about compassion when they experience hardships and begin to put oneself in another’s place. Along with the idea of compassion being learned, Ascher also tries to make us wonder what our motive is that leads us to being compassionate

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    This paper 's intention is to apply Compassion-Focused Therapy to the case study of Laura and will outline how Compassion Focused Therapy clarifies the case of Laura as well as outlining the methods used in Compassion-Focused therapy. The essay will finally evaluate how effective Compassion Focused Therapy is when understanding the case of Laura. Compassion is ‘a desire to alleviate another person’s suffering’ as redefined by Lopez (2011) which is believed that people can train themselves to become

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    Compassion Fatigue Theory

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    Scope of the Problem One research study on compassion fatigue and burnout found that “burnout has been more closely associated with systemic stressors in the work environment (Malachi, 2003), and compassion fatigue has been associated with the demands of interacting with traumatized clients (Figley, 1995) and with the number of hours spent providing them with therapeutic services” (Kassam-Adams, 1999; Flannelly et al., 2005). Social workers that work with traumatized clients and spend more hours

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    Eugenia Coolliers short story “Marigolds” evoke the most empathy by showing the growth of morals like empathy and compassion in the characters. The dynamic characters are used to emphasize how a person can change while symbolism is used to show a deeper meaning in an object both are used by the authors to evoke empathy. To Kill A Mockingbird, a novel published in 1960 about innocence, compassion and hatred. A story about children living in a racist time period trying to get through living there childhood

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    questions our 4TH amendment rights. Technology takes the human aspect out of the equation and it is just artificial intelligence that is guiding us to the wrong direction. Using technology to stop crime or find a significant other it takes away that compassion we should have towards one another and every one eventually will act and be the same. When you take the uniqueness out of something it dehumanizes people because whatever is unique about oneself is what makes you different from one another. This

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    Analysis Using John’s (2000) model of reflection, I managed to observe and analyse the patient daily, ensuring that empathy and compassion were at the very top of my agenda. This enabled me to perform a detailed analysis of the root cause of the problem of which I identified core issues that needed effective support. According to Maher (2011)” a healthcare professional’s reflection can be used to support the implementation of improvements adding value to their learning and finding the root cause

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    Semantic Clarity and Consistency. Theoretical sources for the development of the theory of self-transcendence are described clearly in several publications (Reed, 1991, 1996, 1997, 2003). The definitions and assumptions about the concepts of the theory were derived from lifespan developmental theory and Rogers’ Science of unitary human beings. Attempting to clarify concepts such as health and self-transcendence, Reed presented slightly varying definitions and numerous examples that are theoretically

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    "We Real Cool" by Gwendolyn Brooks portrays the plight of the rebellious youth in all their glory. In this poem, the author utilizes unique meter and verse to add to the story she's conveying. The pool players in this poem are rogue youths and Brooks attempts to understand their lives. The tone conveyed in the poem adds a slightly ominous tint to the picture of the pool players. Brooks uses this poem to convey the plight of the pool player’s existence and urge the reader to see the fun the pool players

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    The white rose in Carter’s The Tiger’s Bride is a metaphor that represents the female protagonist throughout the story. The story also had some other themes of the superiority of masculinity. The father was heavily addicted to gambling, and continued to bet all his money and possessions away. The daughter had to watch her sick father deal her life anyway for the pleasure of possibly winning big. The beast hands her a white rose when she and the father enter the house. She starts tearing apart the

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    job, and how he tries to remain respectful through his investigations. First moral attribute Walt has is being compassionate, and this is mainly for his daughter’s mental health and wellbeing. Within the first few pages we can see that Walt has compassion for working with his daughter Cady, who was in physical therapy and pushed her to finish her exercises. When Walt is in the field with the HPs, he asks Cox’s “to have Rosey radio into our dispatch and ask them to tell Cady I won’t be coming home

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    Nursing practice mostly is based on nursing theories which makes the nursing discipline a profession. The nursing theories have differentiates focus of nursing from other profession. Nursing theories provide direction and guidance for structuring professional nursing practice, education and research. Besides, nursing theories serve to guide on assessment, intervention and evaluation of nursing care in order to provide effective decision making and implementation quality of nursing care. Hence, I

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    Self-Assessment Evaluation The self-assessment evaluation signifies some essential traits and strengths whereby, critical understanding of this analysis can adequately improve my capabilities and personality in management skills. However, my present results in self-awareness are unsatisfactory to me, particularly in emotional intelligence. Personally, I am sensitive to issues, but I have learned to maintain my calm (sentiments), more so, when disappointed by an individual or a situation, which may

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    Virtue can be different for everyone. For some, it may be as simple as kindness- giving something to a person in need. For others, virtue has a different, more ____(deep but in a more sophisticated way) meaning. Harper Lee’s novel To Kill A Mockingbird attempts to define virtue through the character Atticus, a public defense lawyer in a small Alabamian town. When he agrees to defend a black man wrongly accused of rape, both he and his children are victims of the town’s deeply ingrained prejudice

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    6 C's Of Nursing

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    doctor, nurse, patient and patient’s family to avoid misunderstanding or developing a more critical situation and for example, risking the patient’s life. • Competence – Known skills should be used or even shared with other staff members. • Compassion – Compassion is how to care through relationship that is based on empathy and dignity • Commitment – Being committed helps to improve the care experience of patients and also being ready to meet the care challenges. • Courage – having courage enables

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    biological bases for human compassion, developing more empathy through the Roots program, and changing kid’s perspective. This essay is very effective because the strong main point and minor points as well as his use of pathos; however, the counter argument is not strongly presented and should be explained in more detail. The first point Bornstein brings up is that “humans are hardwired to be aggressive and selfish…, but there is also a biological basis for human compassion” (qtd in Bornstein 204)

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    A Dog Has Died Analysis

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    A Dog Has Died is a poem by Pablo Neruda that can relate to any pet owners who have lost their dog. The poem is about losing love. It tells about how the author misses his dog after it died and when they buried it. He looks back on all of the good memories they had and realizes how much he will miss him. In the poem, he speaks as if he has lost the love of his life, his companion, and his best friend. He believes that the dog made him appreciate the little things in life and now that he is

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    Nursing is the profession that never leaves the patient from admission to discharge. Due to the high emotional and physical demands of the job, burnout or nursing fatigue is prevalent in the profession. Burnout is a well-studied problem; however, there are very little changes done to prevent fatigue in health care. Nursing fatigue is an interplay of individual, organizational and systematic factors that negatively affect not only the health of the nurse but also patient safety. For the purpose of

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    Professional is “a person who acts professionally is conscientious in actions, knowledgeable in the subject, and responsible to self and others” (Pottery & Perry, 2015, P. 3). Professionalism in the workplace, to me as the nurse, means that someone can think critically, provide safe quality care, communicate therapeutically with the patient, and has standards of accountability and punctuality. Critical thinking is “the active, purposeful, organized, cognitive process used to carefully examine one’s

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