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It gives a person stability in a world where everything seems to be continually changing. Identity is not only what others view you as being but also how you view yourself as being. The tradition in my tribe has shaped who I am. My parents too, taught me many things just by raising me. The moral values that they taught me I will always remember.
She vividly described these family values as important to keep family honor intact. Not only is family life and proper dress a cultural tradition, but also the extended community and courtship behavior. Cofer writes how the extended family and church would come together to protect a young girl, who may have experienced some difficulty or wrongdoing by a man. One of her stories presented the traditional courtship of
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People especially need to be their in a time of need, such as illness. The church offers them a place to gain power and to exercise their leadership skills. Age brings status, respect, and prestige to women who have raised a child (Peterson, page 223). The passing of generations is socially meaningful. Baltes and colleagues defined wisdom in terms of fundamental pragmatic of life.
There are many reasons which explains how this program has allowed a foundation that helps me to be a good citizen, and to be a youth leader in my community. Primarily, they teach me the morals and the ethical values that a citizen should have. The values and morals that they teach me, are: healthy, strength, and endurance, which sustain emotional health and conceptual abilities under prolonged stress. Also, they teach me to know myself and seek self-improvement, in order to know myself I must have to understand who I want to be, and do it with attributes, and be techically proficient. Then, I have to know the job and help others, take responsibility for my actions, keep a team with my workers, know them, and respect
The influences that repeatedly are being applied are examples such as partnership with parents. This is something within my setting that we are constantly trying to improve. We believe to have effective working partnership with parents and carers it provides the best care for the child, enabling them to learn and develop. McMillan was not the only pioneer who was a firm believer of this other examples include Froebel and Issacs. Wolfendale acknowledges that “the value of partnership with parents has been recognized since it was stated in the plowden report (1967) that by involving parents the children may be helped and the fact that many settings now routinely work closer with parents.” Brudenell, Kay (2008, p274) I believe as time goes on the Ideologies and theories will continue to be put into our practice within working settings.
Her jokingly saying that motivated me to stay focus in school so that I can earn accolades and scholarships with the intention that I wouldn’t be a burden financially. God has blessed me to have a full ride to this school, but knowing that it can be taken away, I will do exceedingly what is expected of me to keep it. Ever since my first patients, it has been a natural instinct to care for people who are sick. My family has a long line of women who were nurses, including my mother, grandmothers, and great grandmother who attended Ole Miss and UMMC. Willingly, I would love to continue this legacy by attending your renowned nursing