Elena went to a lady who she called the Grandma therapist. Most of the time she didn’t tell her much because she knew she was the only one Dora could trust but the Grandma therapist can sense her sadness and explained to Elena that many people carry sadness with them but sometimes they need to be able to rest and put it down. After her appointment with her therapist, Elena came home to an empty house and Jimmy showed up at the door. He apologizes for the way he acted but asked to go upstairs in Dora’s room. After looking around a little bit he removed a clock from the wall and found a bag of small white pills.
Taylor left Pittman with not a single dollar to her name. Taylor was a very intelligent young woman though; in order to find a place to sleep; Taylor went to a motel where she offered to do all of the housekeeping at the motel for the day in order to stay the night. Although Taylor was planning to sleep in her car, she also compromised her happiness in order to give Turtle a proper shelter so she doesn’t get sick. She cleaned all of the beds in the motel in order to take care of Turtle. “I’ll clean all of the beds and sheets in the motel if you give me a place to stay; for the baby, please.” Taylor was
Mrs Smith assures me, ’the dog is fine with strangers.’ During the initial assessment, it was found that Mrs Smith has been resting and elevating her legs. Pain management has been controlled whilst in hospital. Mrs Smiths IV site appears dry and clean, IV was replaced on June 15th 2008, resited to the clients left forearm. Assessment During the nursing assessment the following was cited: Both IV bags of Sodium Chloride 0.9% have been opened, as it appears to have a spigot of some kind attached to the opening. Potential risk of compromised infection control, due to the animals roaming the house and jumping up onto the bed.
Instead they searched for the legal excuse which was temporary insanity. Laura Manion, an attractive women, had not went to visit her husband for a couple of days and was found by Biegler out at a bar being very friendly with all of the men. Biegler insisted on taking her home, telling her to visit her husband every day, and to act like a perfect little housewife while this trial was going on. When the trial began, Laura Manion dressed appropriately, as the prosecution attempted to argue that she may have not of been raped but rather suggested it by her looks. Biegler, who appeared very calm during the trial, re-directed everything the prosecution had to say.
Case Summary: Alice Liberty University Case Summary of Alice Alice H. presents as a 53 year old, twice divorced Caucasian female who has been working for a local grocery store as a cashier for the last 20 years. Alice H.’s chief complaint is stated as a difficult relationship with her supervisor, who Alice states is of Asian descent. Alice states the relationship has been somewhat difficult for the last 6 months, but seems to becoming more difficult each day. Alice describes her supervisor as unfair, insensitive and “just wants her to leave”. Alice has been married and divorced twice and has two grown children, Kim (32) and Jonathan (30) from her first marriage.
After the award show they went home, when they got home they got ready for bed they locked all the doors but they didn’t set the alarm because if one of the kids got up and moved around in the night the alarm would go off so they didn’t bother to turn it on that night. So they went to bed thinking everything would be fine. As the then-14-year-old lay in bed alongside her baby sister (Mary Katherine who was 9 years old), in the night (or early in the morning) Brian David Mitchell broke into the home and came to the bedroom (he came into a window that Elizabeth left open earlier in the day) and said to Elizabeth "Don't make a sound. Get out of bed and come with me, or I will kill you and your family" (Elizabeth was Brains hostage) Elizabeth was just wearing her red PJs and he made her put on her shoes .While this was going on Elizabeth didn’t know that her little sister was awake but no one knew she was awake so she watched her sister get abducted. Mary (who had a baby blanket wrapped around her head and neck) ran to her parent’s room but almost ran into Mitchell and Elizabeth as they seemed to be looking into her brothers' bedroom Mary thought to herself “be quiet, because if he hears you, he might take you too, and you're the only person who has seen this," so she careful tip toed back to her room and climbed into her bed and hide for almost two hours to
She once saved her money for two months to purchase Vaseline for her dry hands. When it came time to buy the item; it had gone up two cents, and she could not buy it. Another health issue was her kids always had runny noses which got worse because she couldn’t afford medicine or even tissues. Finally, if having worms isn’t bad enough, she has no money for the worm medicine.
These sitcoms were like manuals for the viewers to get marriage and child raising advice. There were never any drinking or drug problems as well as no emotional problems shown on these sitcoms. Women were known as loving caring mothers that stayed at home looking after the children. When women watched theses sitcoms they imitated this belief. In “Raising Hope” Maw Maw and Burt always drink at dinner and Virginia is always sneaking around to smoke so her family will not see her.
Christina Zamora The Mailbox and the Breeze She was a young girl who lived with her mom alone in a house on the corner of a isolated street and desired nothing more than to become visibly seen from someone other than just her mom. She was a girl who hides in her room while it rains. She slept. She read. She did anything that didn’t involve social interactmeant.
Not knowing her past we can assume that she was taught to be prompt, clean, and polite. With her “house and cottage sitting perfectly square and trim, washed every year, painted every other.” She does not interact much with any other human personally. She goes to teach and comes home to her pets where she “runs her stiff fingers through the dogs’ hair and rests her chin on the plush bellies of the cats”. She is so used to her life according to superego she is unable to recognize her desire to release herself from her rigid lifestyle. The ID shows itself when she first steals the bracelet.