Minorities in this book include women, handicapped, black, mentally challenged and elderly. This quotation included the discrimination of the elderly and the weak. Candy's dog is old, smelly and sick. It has nothing more to offer and has out lived his purpose of living. This also shows how the Majority and the strong has a wrath over the weak.
The impact of the dog accompanying him shows the lack of communication that Nat Swanson has. Nat Swanson is bitten frequently by the dog and has come to a point where he has grew hate against him and has threatened to kill him. Eidson writing style conveys to us, the reader, that even though they don’t like each other, they just like the presence of having a friend or someone to accompany each other through their rough journey. Their relationship occurs a change throughout the book but the most affective change was when Dog dies. Swanson was hit hard with his death.
B: Anger 4. Anna, who is 72 years old, is of the age when she may have experienced many losses coming close together. What is this called? A: Bereavement overload 5. Anna is not able to take care of her activities of daily living, and wants only to make daily visits to Lucky’s grave.
On the 22nd of April my mother got sick that I had to come home to take care of her I am her care giver I make sure she take her medicine, do her speech exercise, walk we her to the doctor’s appointment and also speak for her when she needs it. I try to explain to my probation officer that but of course he don’t really care. I thought that probation supposed to help you but it seems like he is knocking me down. He trying to put me in jail for trying to take of my family and also probation I have no income coming in
Humans are their voice and at the same time humans are what is putting them through pain. Hundreds of dogs each day suffer. Starved and deprived of water and love. Not only dealing with the pain of being beaten, trapped, unloved, but a pain of hunger and no way to stop the never ending moans of emptiness of their stomachs. Each day hundreds pass away or more appropriate term murdered.
The author Rebecca Blank, is bringing to our attention something that has been over looked, showing us the deeper problem of poverty among our single and divorced mothers. She shows us that the poverty among the single and divorced women is connected with the, fathers’ ability to pay his child support. Rebecca shows us that it is hard to collect data on the absent father, because he is not in the public eye. I think she is trying to show us that if there was more focus on the absent father, that this could help turn some of the problem around. By what she is writing, she is not making excuses for the absent father, just the reasoning behind why he doesn’t or cannot pay.
Antwone’s mother was young and incarcerated at the time of his birth, but even with her age, Antwone’s mother wanted her child to be taken care of. Even though she was not able to provide care herself for Antwone, it was important to her as a mother to make sure her child would live a better life. This showed strength within his mother that she wanted what was best for Antwone. Antwone’s mother, Eva Mae, visited Antwone few times once he was removed from her custody, but later discontinued the visits. Later in life when Antwone met his mother, she was barely able to speak to him, because of the similarities between Antwone and his father.
This is the case because that would break up family which this book’s whole point is that family is the most essential a human can. The husband talked her out of it, which kept the family together, which in turn was the rebuttal. The whole purpose was to keep the family together and sending him away would tear them apart. Intended audience and call to action The intended audience this selection was mainly focused in was probably a fundamentalist or just a person that is family first. It’s charming detail and plot tells a heart warming story about a dog, which middle-aged people and little kids would appeal to.
Hypothetical Working Agreement Paper BSHS 321 Kimberly Anderson April 26, 2012 Freydia is a twenty-seven year old mother with two kids. When she was twenty-three, Freydia and her husband were struggling with their marriage and their lives started to disintegrate from there. They could no longer afford making their car payments or paying car insurance. All of their bills were piling up, late bill after late bill, she was afraid that her and her family would then has to leave their apartment and move in with her mother to save money. Freydia’s husband could no longer take all of the disappointment and grief he gave his family, so he left without a word.
She is eighty-four years old and along with other health issues, the dementia has become a major concern. When our family first noticed she was becoming more and more forgetful, we did not think that much about it. Then we saw that she she was forgetting to take her medication and forgetting where her car was parked. My aunts decided that it was not safe for her or for others on the road for her to be driving. As time passed, we noticed she was having difficulties in other areas as well.