Patient Overall Analysis Holden Caulfield, seventeen years old, has been admitted to the Psychiatric Ward due to his experiences in life, between his relationships with his family and peers, and the death of his younger brother Allie. It appears that these events have led to him having an antisocial attitude to himself. He does not get involved in many personal relationships with others. His family is not very close to him being he lives so far away from home. His brother, D.B., lives in California as a writer for television and movies.
To try and convince you that the film “Witness” by Peter Weir is an excellent text to study in the H.S.C, I will explain the advantages of this film and the depth that this film has. I personally think that it is a perfect choice for students doing the H.S.C to view and evaluate as it show deeper meanings and understanding from other perspectives. Witness directed by Peter Weir explores the clash between two cultures which cannot co-exist comfortable. This clash is highlighted by the use of music, various camera angles, camera shots and the narrative structure of the film. The main themes of love and violence clearly emphasise the clash and lead the audience to the conclusion that the realistic world of the Amish and the violent modern world should remain separate.
Michael is facing stress from his position as an airline pilot. He also faces other problems at work associated with the announcement of budget restraints causing layoffs and becoming unemployed. At home, Michael is facing the aftermath of a recent divorce. The divorce has caused him to purchase a new home and spend less time that he would like, away from his young children. The negative stress that Michael faces from his current position and his personal life is manifesting as chest pain and discomfort.
Patch Adams The movie “Patch Adams” is very beautiful and it has a lot of lessons that we can get. The overall message of the movie is we should not focus only on how to treat the disease, but also how we can alleviate the pain that our patients feel and how we can make them happy despite of the illness/sickness that they have. It is true that laughter is the best medicine because through that we can forget the sickness/pain that we feel and we can also relieve easily. We also need to understand the feelings of others, especially to those in the health care profession because they are dealing with patients who have different diseases. Health care professionals are not treating disease but also give the patients hope that they will be cure.
This continues with his being unable to explain why he laughed, perhaps indicating nervousness. This may be due to the fact that he does not want his family to know of his drinking. However, it soon becomes clear that Eric is just as compassionate as his sister when he hears of how his father fired Eva Smith. He says ‘why shouldn’t they try for higher wages’. This
The protagonist of The Outsider, Meursault, is estranged because he does not fit into the social norm. At the news of his mother’s demise, Meursault does not feel the agony that normal people do when hearing their parents’ deaths. His lack of emotion is further evinced by his sending his mother to the Senior’s House. In Meursault’s psyche, he feels that his mother is a burden to him. He thinks that the Senior House is a better choice for the both of them as his mother would be happier there.
Nikolai meets a friend of his, Vladamir, wandering around Moscow looking for a place to live. Nikolai offers Vladimir his sofa to sleep on. Ludmilla does not take kindly to this, the apartment is already cramped. Vladimir is aware that he is intruding and makes an effort to help out around the house and he buys Ludmilla gifts. Nikolai seems unaware of his wife’s frustrations.
(Okay, I have not gotten back my mark for this essay yet, so it might be considered very bad. I am only putting this in here so that I can sign up. Use with discretion!) The character Francis Weed in the short story “The Country Husband” by John Cheever might be a very difficult character for the reader to sympathize with, since he did so many cruel and selfish things to the people around him. However, at the very least, his actions can be easily explained by the suppressive 1950’s environment that he had lived in for so long, his “brush with death” on the airplane which made him driven to enjoy life, as well as his family’s own self-absorbed nature that left him feeling isolated.
A FLY IN THE OINMENT ANALYSIS A younger man visits his bankrupt father, who is depressed following the collapse of his business. The son is a disappointment to the father due to his choice of career. The father seems strong until, during their conversation, a fly enters the room, with the father overreacting in an attempt to get rid of this simple fly. This overreaction is perceived as weakness by the son, and driven by pity, he offers his father some money. Immediately the passion and vigor returns to his father, and the shrewd, cunning businessman reemerges and brutally demands to know why he had not been offered this money sooner.
In conclusion, they feel like it does not really matter whether they die or live because they are all alone. Being alone may seem like a small matter to society, but being alone and isolated, having this feeling that you're not good enough, plus seeing popular students with a bunch of friends can kill oneself from the inside. Depression is also one of the most common reasons tertiary students commits suicide. Students tend to fall in love and get themselves into a relationship during their tertiary education and majority of those "puppy love" relationships would end up with a dreadful heartbreak for the students. Not everyone is