* She is very well behaved and has a very calm behavior. * She was able to initiate activities that would allow her to play alone. * When the child parent/parents left the room she would watch them leave but go right back to the activity she was doing. I would call this avoidant attachment. * Her language skills are very developed probably much more than the average four year old, as she is an only child and I feel more emphasis is given towards this area.
They met in the Deep South during the Civil Rights Movement. It was a period when marriages between whites and blacks were socially unacceptable. Richard’s family was especially racists and they partially disowned him when he professed his love for a black woman. He was nearly beaten to death by a group of locals because of his love for Marilyn, but they stayed together. They were together for over 30 years before Richard was shot dead in his own home and Marilyn was arrested for his murder.
He was later introduced to Jane and her three children and on 22nd Sep-tember 1990 they got married. He was a great husband and father and for once he had a normal life. However he did have a very difficult relationship with Brian as he had abandoned David in a way. Brian ended up with mental disturbance which later developed into schizophrenia. David had also discovered that Dr Money was still continu-ing to publish his story as a success.
Almost at once she fell in love. When she turned seventeen he asked for her hand.” Since Roberts father did not support this, they did what they felt was right, they eloped to Tijuana. Being a young couple wasn’t easy, they often did without. After the death of their infant son, they had a prayer meeting at their home and it drew the couple closer to God. They soon began tithing and becoming fully faithful to the Lord.
Early Life and Education On September 18, 1951, Benjamin Solomon Carson was born in Detroit, MI. He was the second child and son of Sonya and Robert Solomon Carson. Sonya was a stay at home mom who had dropped out of school in the third grade. Robert was a Baptist minister and the two got married at the ripe age of 13. At first, Robert was a wonderful husband and showered his wife with gifts and attention but this eventually faded and the happy couple divorced Ben grew up in inner-city Detroit with his mom and older brother, Curtis, and his family was not the wealthiest either.
Growing up, Kelsie had always been closer to her mother than her father. It wasn’t that there was an uncomfortable separation of the two, it was simply that he was a man who cared greatly for his family’s wellbeing, and thus had the lingering, subtle aloofness of one who, by necessity, is not always present. He loved his baby girl, now a young woman of 17 years. His watch read 7:30 am. “Kels,” he called as she came down the stairs, “You almost ready to leave?
Even though all five of us weren’t together when he first came home, it was still a great feeling. Raymond had come back home more in touch with his spiritual side. He showed a lot of change and maturation over the time that he had been incarcerated. It took him a while to get a job because of his criminal record, but because of his faith in God he prevailed. Raymond found love in someone who never judged him on his past even though he was innocent and he gave life to a beautiful baby girl.
I chose the story of an hour and Paul’s case. Although, I do not read as much as I used to read before, I really enjoy reading stories books. I found these two stories very interesting because I see Paul’s case and story of an hour every day in our society. Although Mrs. Mallard had a heart trouble condition, she did not receive the bad news about her husband’s death with a paralyzed inability like others do. More than sad, she felt “free, free, free’’.
She has a big family, including her sons and daughters, as well as her step-son and step daughter. The only one though that she allows to visit is her son. She is able to communicate well and doesn’t like talking about herself. She is more interested in hearing about the other person in the room. She has a good social group and support group, although she does not want them up at the hospital.
She is a very resilient woman who is smart, beautiful and loving. The other person I live with is my step-father, and he is the only father figure I have ever had. My step-dad is laid-back, understanding and has very good values. Another very important person to me is my sister, Destiney. Although she doesn’t live with me she is a huge part of who I am and also a huge inspiration to me.