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    PCN-531 Smith Family Case Study I. Demographic Information The patient name is John Smith, 42-years-old white male who is currently working as insurance salesman. He has not been in any trouble at his job, but the nature of his job is quite stressful. He has been married for 17 years with two children (son of 15 years old and daughter of 12 years old). Relatively closer with the son compared to anyone else in the family. Note : In this paper, John Smith will mostly referred as “Patient” II. Background

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    piece of talent was Will Smith. Smith was a young teen when he recognized his very first talent. Rapping, was this talent of recognition. Overall, as Smith began to get older as young teen, he was fairly recognized for his rapping career, acting career, and becoming a producer of film. Nevertheless, at 12 years of age, Will Smith began rapping.

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    I AM LEGEND

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    The movie I AM LEGEND was released in the year 2007 had many well-known actors the most well-known was Will Smith. In the movie the world is in an apocalyptic setting where the human race is dying off because of a very dangerous disease that turns humans in zombies. At first the disease was a cure for cancer but for some horrible reason it mutated into a virus that was spreading all over the world. The government had to act very quickly and start separating the health people from the people that

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    stranger (“Charlotte Bronte” 158). When Bronte was eight years old, she had her first experience away from home at the Clergy Daughters' School for poor clergymen's daughters with her two sisters. After that she had been a governess in a wealthy family. During that time, she rejected two men’s proposals because she thought they were just for the purpose of marriage, but without love (“Charlotte Bronte” 159). Through those experiences, Bronte gradually developed a strong-minded, independent characteristic

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    The movie is set in 1954 and begins with Ray Kroc, who is a salesman or a hustler, making a pitch to an owner of a drive-in about a milkshake machine. He and his wife Ethel live in a big house in Arlington Heights, Illinois. Ray is very committed to his job, which requires him to be on the road quite a lot; however this has created tension between Ray and Ethel as Ethel wishes that Ray would be as interested in her as he is in his job. Ray’s job involves him making pitches about new merchandise that

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    Perfectionism Is Harmful

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    satisfaction in colleges students. Perfectionism has proved to cause depression as were most people think of it as a saving grace and it leads to a happy life. Ann W. Smith proves this to us “We live in a culture that values perfection, and that leads us to believe that doing things perfectly leads to happiness and success” (Smith). This is true, she also states that “Perfectionists have a deep need to

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    came from the Philippines where there are very limited opportunities and she came from a very unstable way of life, she never let that get the best of her. No matter how old she was, she would always manage to find a way to earn money and support her family without resulting to immoral methods or hurting her own moral compass. Since she was able to survive there, she truly believes in certain superstitions. Every New Year, we have to down at least 12 grapes as soon as possible to ensure good luck for

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    Police subculture has many elements that define the law enforcement culture and is a common denominator around the globe. "The sense of being different from civilians and the knowledge that a police officer can depend only upon other officers in a moment of need fosters a sense of security and occupational solidarity known as the police subculture", (Doerner, 2016, p. 171).The police subculture is police officers supporting others within their department or other agencies as every law enforcement

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    The beloved community is a community where all individuals are loved, supported and heard. Usually we like to talk about the aspects that brings a community together such as unity, but where there is community there also lies a form of bias. Within this bias certain individuals never get the chance to pose their ideas, have their voices heard, or shut down at the quickest possible moment because they wear their pants too low, weren’t fortunate to provide themselves with the same education, or simply

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    successful education is Will Smith. Will Smith has evidence to support his victorious lifestyle, “Traditional education is based on facts and figures and passing tests - not on a comprehension of the material and its application to your life.” His intended interpretation of said evidence is what truly authenticates his claim. Education starts at a very early age, even before kindergarten. For Will Smith, his early education was a wedge in the past. Being

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    Focus Movie Poster Visual Analysis Focus is a comedy and crime film released in February of 2015. The film grossed 53.8 million dollars. A big part of the film’s marketing campaign was its movie poster. Movie posters have been a big part of advertising for films since their beginnings in the late 1800s and early 1900s. The main focus of movie posters are to draw the audience to watch the movie. Due to the rating of R, the main audience of the film Focus is anyone above the age of 17. A lot of thought

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    Bessie Smith Biography

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    The African American singer Bessie Smith was born on April 15, 1894, in Chattanooga, Tennessee. She was born to the parents William And Laura Smith. William was a laborer and a part-time Baptist priest. Bessie was one of the seven children in her family. The Smith family was well below the poverty line for many years. (BLUE) When Bessie was just an infant, her father, William passed away. By the time she was eight or nine years old, her mother Laura and two of her brothers had also passed. Bessie

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    Self-interest refers to actions that convey out the maximum non-public advantage. Adam Smith, explains that the monetary benefit for all can usually be adept while people act of their own self-hobby. In a market financial system, individuals personal maximum of the assets to be had, labor, land and capital, and use spontaneous selections, made in self-hobby, to manipulate the marketplace. in this form of system, the government performs a small role and the financial system is formed via forces,

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    Joseph Smith Hero

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    noble qualities. Joseph Smith was a hero. He did all of the thing that are listed. Some people hated him and thought that what he did or saw wasn’t true. However, it’s what the works he did, and all his faith in his testimony that made him one. One characteristic that heroes have is courage. Joseph Smith had moral courage. When he was doing service and doing the works of the lord he, he had reasons to be fearful. Many people would gather in mobs and try to hurt him and his family. On the lds.org website

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    Titanic Research Paper

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    France, and Queenstown, Ireland, the ship set sail for New York with 2,240 passengers and crew members.” (BBC) By the time of fifth day of the voyage journey, Titanic was making nice progress across the Atlantic Ocean. Earlier in the day Captain Edward Smith had planned out a new route because hearing of other reports of ice from other ship liners, there were a lot of different spottings from many ship lines that day of ice in the Titanic 's path course. On the night of Sunday April 14 1912, the sea was

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    When President Young began to speak, one of them said, “It is the voice of Joseph! It is Joseph Smith!” The exclamation of the other was, “I do not see him, where is he?” Well, the thought occurred to my mind respecting the Scripture which President Young has just quoted—“My sheep know my voice and follow me.” Where is the one that recognized the voice

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    Mormonism Research Paper

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    man, led his family to the Americas from the Middle East to escape the dangers of living there. His

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    The Mormon Culture

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    communal and family traditions makeup a large part of the society’s norms. Geographically, the Mormon movement began with Joseph Smith in upstate New York in the 1820s but quickly moved to the Utah Territory in the mid-19th century and thus the center of Mormon culture resides in present day Utah (Heaton, 1992). Mormon culture and society place a high value on family interaction and family relationships. The culture is very communal in practice and incorporates this communal nature into family behaviors

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    recently, the latest affair has been the Alex McKinnon and Cameron Smith scandal. Former Newcastle Knights player, Alex McKinnon, was spear tackled during a game against Melbourne Storm, which left him fully paralysed. One year after the tragedy, Alex spoke out to 60 Minutes, speaking about his progress, however mainly focusing on Melbourne Storm’s skipper, Cameron Smith. The common perception is that channel 9 has constructed Cameron Smith to be evil and this analytical essay will explain this idea with

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    their energy and souls on family life. A woman’s life was precariously portrayed in countless 1950 family sitcoms, for example, The Donna Reed Show, Father Knows Best, and Leave it to Beaver. I recently watched an episode of The

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