Dwayne Wade is my definition of a hero. You may know him from when he drives to the basket or pulls up a last second buzzer beater, but he’s a lot more than a basketball star. He’s a role model. Growing up, Dwayne had to deal with divorced parents. He lived with his mother until he was eight and then moved in with his dad.
Cast Narrator- Sona Jash-Jash Friend 1- Karthik Friend 2- Sanak Rama- Nilay Friend 3- Ajay Narrator- Jash, a 12-year old Lakers fan needs to decide whether he should attend the Balavihar annual program, or the 7th game of the NBA finals, Lakers vs. Heat. He knows it is a once in a lifetime opportunity, but he also realizes his commitment to Balavihar where he learns about the Vibhishana Gita, which teaches valuable lessons such as the importance of Shreyas and Preyas. Jash enters along with friend 1 and 2 Friend 2- Here’s your ticket, I bought for you yesterday. It was very expensive, so you better come. Jash- Done deal.
I was just hanging out with him and catching up on life with him but anyway I got to go, so I'll talk to you later".Angie hung up crying her eyeball sockets out but in a quiet way/ Well after awhile Jack and Angie got back together.It was now August.Fairly close for Angie to leave for college but before I get to that I have some other things to say.Angie's parents wanted to meet Jack finally so they invited him over for dinner.After Dinner there was a big big storm and Jack couldn't drive
George warned Lennie not to say anything while he was talking to the boss. It’s for Lennies own good which shows that George cares for him. Lennie doesn’t abide what George has told him and therefore speaks while he is talking to the boss. George behaves viciously because he is starting to get irritated due to Lennie because he creates more problems. He is also angry because he doesn’t have enough money to make the dream become reality, therefore he requires a job, but Lennie minimises the opportunity available because of his child-like
During their marriage, Mike kept on whining the life he lost. One day, he lost his job and he went back to his old high school. Then he met a janitor who asked him whether he wanted to be 17 again or not. He immediately said yes and he decided to take the chance and get the life he lost. After watching this film,
I can see my son watching this show and doing things he sees in it. For example, he might go to school and socialize with boys only. He might also socialize with people who acts like him and looks like him. I feel like that might limit his learning opportunities and his knowledge about the real world. To stop the bully by becoming a bully does not solve anything.
Therefore that has made Stan have trust issues and has he said just blend in. Stan has never really opened up to anyone about his problems and is having trouble communicating. He also has issues with his father. In my opinion I feel Stan thinks his father doesn’t love him like he loves his siblings and even thinks of Stan as a nuisance. The technique that was used in this session was Psychoanalytical orientated and I think that is the best approach to use with Stan.
Driving someone to the point where they want to end it all does not make you ‘cool’ or strong and powerful, it makes you weak and a coward, no one will think big of you. So if you see someone getting bullied don’t just watch them and think it’s not your problem, stick up for them or let someone know. No one deserves to be judged because they are different, in their own way, everyone is perfect. Don’t cross the line, bullying is nothing to be proud
Someone Had to Say It Self esteem crushed, day ruined, all because someone thought they were funny.  Bullying outside of school and throughout the rest of the world is a real issue that nobody seems to be showing any concern towards. People gather everyday to be bullies and bystanders just because it would seem inhumane for them to be doing anything else with their day. Bullies are people with no respect towards others, and are not taking into consideration that what they are doing is going to affect their victims for the rest of their lives.  Bullying needs to be stopped, but not just at school.