He ain't a nice fella”(97).By saying this, she told Lennie that Curley does not care what she’s suffering through. .In this scene, Curleys wife let Lennie touch her hair and he started to pull it and he ended up killing her “And she continued to struggle, and her eyes were in terror. He shook her then he was angry with her. Don't you go yellin’ he said and he continued to shake her and her body flopped like a fish. And then she was still, for Lennie had broken her neck”(100).
Performance objective The candidate will demonstrate the ability to establish personal work goals. The candidate will also demonstrate the ability to set and meet work priorities. Assessment description Using a position description, you will set work goals and prioritise work goals. You will then develop two work plans to achieve two work goals. You are required to keep a journal containing your reflections on and explanation of the process of managing work priorities.
Prior to being admitted to the hospital, Mrs Smith had been living with her daughter who reported that she has become increasingly confused, forgetful and anxious. She also reported that Mrs Smith has been rapidly losing weight and would often accuse her of trying to poison her. On admission, Mrs Smith’s Mini-Mental State Examination (MMSE) revealed a score of 20, indicating mild-moderate with severe memory loss (Burns et al 2010). Whilst in the ward, Mrs Smith continues to display signs of confusion, inappropriate vocalization, refusing her medications, food and fluids stating that they are poison giving to her to kill her. A care plan (Appendix A) was devised for this patient.
In “Ashputtle”, the main character had a father and a mother, but her mother was really sick and died. After some months, the father got married again and his new wife came to his house with her two daughters. Ashputtle’s stepmother and stepsisters treated her like she was their servant. Also, she did not have a bed, and she had to sleep by the ashes. That is the reason they called her “Ashputtle”.
Kamara Bellis Buckner English 1301 25 JUN 09 The Victorian Woman’s Insane Treatment in Gilman’s “The Yellow Wallpaper” During the Victorian era, woman were to be dependant and obedient of their husbands. They were not allowed to pursue careers or interests. Gilman, being a woman of this time experienced this oppression first hand. She had been diagnosed with a nervous condition and was ordered to bed rest after the birth of her child. This ill-fated treatment prescribed by her physician Weir Mitchell, whom she referenced in her story, drove her to the brink of insanity.
Speak, written by Laurie Halse Anderson, is about a depressed victim of rape, who emotionally drowns in her first year of high school. As the victim, Melinda, withdraws from words, she creates of habit of badly chewing on her lips to the point where a student wonders if “she’s got a disease or something.” (pg. 45)Melinda’s lip-biting is symbolic of how much she wants to consume herself and be non-existent. Her lips are a manifestation of the overwhelming anxiety she feels. While Melinda takes her anxiety out on her lips, her art is symbolic of how she feels about herself after Andy Evans raped her.
After being sent home from the emergency room and I had to send her back not even two hours later because something was wrong. My mom got admitted into St. Luke’s Hospital for Serotonin Syndrome. Serotonin Syndrome is a life threatening drug reaction that is caused from too much of the same medicine (which also means the body having too much Serotonin). Serotonin Syndrome was caused by the Emergency Department, not paying attention to her everyday medicine and giving her something she was already on. My mom’s health was all over the place.
English 1301 110 Memoir What they don’t know June 9, 1996. Mom was full of joy with a smile from ear to ear when suddenly the doctor comes into the room where my mom was laying in at the time she gave birth to me. Then with no warning what so ever she was given one of the worst news she has had in her life. The doctor stated these words to her with his half spoken Spanish “su hijo a el parser esta ciego.” Meaning that by the looks of it, I was blind. My mom bursted in tears she didn’t want to see her child struggle throughout life.
Williams keys in the trash can and make her miss her doctors appointment?” She asked over and over getting the same response out of me. “I don’t even know what you’re talking about, why would I throw Mrs, Williams’ keys away? I love Mrs. Williams!” I stated over and over as my eyes began to water and eventually I lost control of my emotions. I must have been in her office for a good hour denying everything she asked me, because I knew deep down in my heart it was not me. I then proclaimed to her in tears, “All I did was hide her chalk in the flower pot!” At that point I was just ready to go back to the class because this lady was intimidating and persistent with her masculine figure yelling and screaming in my face.
This part of the poem shows that women really do suffer the loss of a baby and that sometimes some women wish they could take back what they have done. The woman who wrote this poem expressed that she felt like she had created an empty hole by choosing to abort her innocent child. In March of 2002, a retired nurse who had witnessed two full term abortions participated in an interview given by Scott Johnston. The nurse was unsure of what she was in for; she just did as she was told which was to go to the delivery room. For both of the abortions that she had witnessed, her job was to hold the baby in order to keep it in the birth canal.