Alert and oriented X 3, denies any pain and discomfort. Skin intact with no discoloration, bruises, rashes or any abnormities or pigmentation, skin color appropriate to race, even hair distribution, skin warm to touch and dry, no open sores was noted, skin texture smooth with even hair distribution, Nail bed pink, Cap Refill < 3 seconds; good circulation noted, no nail clubbing noted, Nails round and well groomed,
Within the short story "The Painted Door" Ann shows that she experiences feelings of depression, and isolation. Ann's negative mood is apparent through the story and can be seen at any time during the story. Ann's husband is named John and through the story she says many sarcastic and condescending comments, "plenty of wood to keep me warm - what more could a women ask for" (Ross 288). It is clear that Ann is unhappy with John and not satisfied with him. She does not want John to go to his father's house to check on him because she does not want to be left alone in the house when there is a snowstorm is taking place outside.
“I don’t see any cars,’ Henry said, ‘so they must have rooms.’/ ‘When I want your opinion, I’ll ask for it.”(Dunn 70) In this quote, The Pollocks have just arrived at Netherbank. Henry merely makes a helpful comment and his mother immediately yells at him for speaking out of turn. This is important to the plot because it shows how much Henry’s parents overreact to his very normal-child-like behavior. This severe parenting problem also applies to Jing-mei Woo. “Of course, you can be a prodigy, too,’ my mother told me when I was nine.
She is seen to have received a cold reception from both sues, and they do not want to communicate to her or be associated with her. She is suffering rejection and humiliation when they pack her items in one corner and invite their boyfriends in the room and apparently they start kissing. However, a rude character is seen when she does not introduce her mother when they arrived in the dormitory. Lisa feels unwanted and as an intruder in the room. The second case, which is titled the surprised roommates, is centered on two ladies called Sues Taylor and Sue Knowles.
He then comes home to cook, clean, and tend to the boy. Her internal conflict eventually leads to the climax when she completely isolates herself in a separate room, only coming out when the husband and the boy are away. While most women want families, she despises hers. In this room, she could imagine she was anywhere but where she actually was. She would dream of being a virgin, locked away in a tower, reiterating the fact she did not want to be a mother or a wife and instead she would be in a fairy tale.
There was hyperhidrosis but not malodorous. There were no nail changes or contractures or autoamputation of the digits. The face showed scaly slightly erythematous patches on the cheeks and nose. The lips were slightly dry but no perioral erythema. His gingiva was swollen but normal teeth and tongue.
Sadly their mother Corrine facing financial destitution has no other option than to agree to her children been locked in the attic of her parents home away from society. The children were often informed as sins and children on the devil because there mum ran away and settled down starting a family with her uncle. The kids were forced to live in a 2 bedroom suit with a bathroom attached. With one meal a day the kids are losing enthuse and are desperately growing confused, Corrine decided’s to inform the kids about the secret door in the closet that leads to the attic. She wants Cathy and Chris to take care of the two young ones and turn the dusty old room into a secret get away for them.
Maggie selflessly insists that her sister can have the quilts (128). Maggie is also not a very strong character; instead she stays in the background most every situation that she can. For example, Dee and her friend rapidly approached the house in their car. “Maggie attempts to make a dash for the house…” but her mother quickly takes hold of her, making sure that she does not escape. Maggie was very uneasy around her sister; her mother tells her anxiousness in regard to Dee’s visitation: “Maggie will be nervous until after her sister goes: she will stand hopelessly in corners, homely and ashamed of the burn scars down her arms and legs, eyeing her sister with a mixture of envy and awe” (119).
Their lives are devoid of pretence and they are able to display their emotions honestly. These people behave naturally in accordance with their nature. However, self-actualisers are also thoughtful and considerate of others. In situations where the expression of natural and honest feelings might hurt others, or where the issue is trivial, they temporarily curb those feelings. The