Aileen Wuornos A. What was their childhood like? * Born Aileen Carol Pittman in Rochester, Michigan, on 29 February 1956 * Parents- Diane Wuornos, was 14 years old when she married Leo Dale Pittman on 3 June 1954 * She had an older brother named Keith * Leo was convicted for committing sex crimes against children and ended up enlisting in the military * Diane filed for divorce (while pregnant with Aileen) and went back to parents house. * In January 1960, when Aileen was almost 4 years old, Diane abandoned her children, leaving them with their maternal grandparents,who legally adopted Keith and Aileen on 18 March 1960. * Aileen never met her father because he was convicted of raping a 7yr old girl and attempted murder of an eight-year-old boy10 years later.
SF is a homemaker, and has been for 20 years, but enjoys attending a gym for exercise, getting out to the book club, and shopping. She is 40 years old, born in New Jersey and is trim, but expressed concerns several times over her weight. She is primary caregiver to daughter HF and stated she is overwhelmed by the care she needs to coordinate for HF, brain-injured in a car accident that HF’s sister, EF was responsible for. SF was tearful several times in talking about her life. HF is 17 years old, born in Lancaster, and a year ago was injured in a car accident, sustaining head injuries which left her partially paralyzed and blind in the right eye.
Family Assessment Casey Schuler Bemidji State University Family Description The family discussed in this paper is a blended family. Included is a stepfather (SK), age 50, a mother (LS), age 48, and three children (TS, MS, LS), whose ages are 26, 21 and 18 respectively. The mother is the biological parent of all three children from a previous marriage which ended in divorce from alcoholism in her spouse. The spouse and biological father (GS) has a distant relationship with the children and does not live close. The stepfather also has a child from a previous marriage who was adopted by his uncle and aunt.
This place tends to give them a certain feeling of belonging which their home can’t provide. My sense of place belongs to a destination I visited a many years ago during summer vacation and I continue to return there almost every year. I love my home town, and I always have, but it’s the great nation of Brazil that always gives me this feeling that I belong there. This is where I need to be. For the past 8 and a half years of my life, I lived in Maryland U.S.A. Maryland is a well-populated small state with a great education system and fairly large cites to travel to.
Chuck was quoted in an interview saying “I think a lot of my shyness and non-athleticism came because I didn’t have a father to instill those in me,” he says. Chuck has been married twice, first to Dianne Holecheck in 1958 and had two children son Mike in 1963, and son Eric in 1965. They Divorced in 1988 after 30 years of marriage Chuck also had a daughter out of wedlock in 1964 named Dina that he was unaware of until she was 16 years old.. In 1998 he married a former model Gena O’Kelly who was 23 years younger than Norris, the same age as his oldest son. In 2001
According to the service concept, the target market for Center Parcs company are families, who are willing to escape from the pressures of modern life by spending few days in the circle of their nearest and dearest and enjoying the wild nature in the jigsaw of our modern lives ( Johnson ). So the list of possible activities ( can be seen in the flow chart ) is maid to satisfy the needs of this target market segment. The Center Parcs also give an opportunity for business people to participate in different events, to use the villages as venues for business meetings, for team building activities etc., but the key service concept of the company is providing families with a high quality service through a clear service delivery system. However, though Central Parcs have a clear service concept and operating strategy, still there are some areas that might be especially problematic for customers. In this chapter 2 such areas are discussed and some solutions for improvement are suggested.
Explain and Defend: Divorce Azusa Pacific University Abstract This essay will be defending a controversial decision I have made to an observer. I will attempt to explain and defend my decision to get a divorce from the man I was married to for ten years. I will be directing this essay to my family, of which some were not in agreement with what I had decided. Most of all it will be directed towards my two sons, who at the time of my divorce were too young to understand why a decision like that had to be made. Divorce is never an easy decision to make but sometimes a necessary one.
Family Interview I decided to do my Family Interview Paper at the home of a friend, named Kathy. The interview took place on March 10th, 2013. Interview start time 3:00 pm and end time was 4:30 pm, location was on kitchen table, present that afternoon was six-year-old child named Jenny, Kathy and Ricky, ages thirty-one, and thirty-six and of course myself, I’m twenty-five. Kathy and Kathy are husband and wife; have been married for three years going onto four years in October. They first met via a mutual friend and instantly became best friends.
Unit 4 Happiness Assignment Diana Barnes Kaplan University HU300 – 05 What Happiness Means to Others The first person I interview was Brenda Elsbernd she is my first cousin. I have not seen or talk to her in almost 35 years I found her on face book so we are getting to know each other again. So the interview took place over the phone because she lives in Kentucky. I will be asking her four questions. The second person I interview was Johnny Moody he is my boyfriend we have been dating for the last thirteen years.
The other kids taught me how to double Dutch. During lunch I ate with my new friends and loved the beef soup the school served. School wasn’t as scary when I had friends. I learned how to write my name and was very proud, I couldn’t wait to get home to show mom. When school got out I rode the bus home.