What should the nurse tell a female client who is about to begin chemotherapy and anxious about losing her hair? She should consider getting a wig or cap before she loses her hair. A client with advanced cancer makes the following comment to the nurse: “Why are you bathing me? I am going to die no matter what.” What is the most appropriate response of the nurse? “Would you like to talk about what you are feeling?” After cancer chemotherapy, a client
D) Nancy has a negative Babinski's reflex bilaterally. Due to her deteriorating condition, Nancy is immediately referred to the neurologist. The ED nurse realizes that Nancy has probably suffered a left-sided brain attack. 3. Which clinical manifestation further supports this assessment?
Seeing he did not have enough time to save the drowning girl, Duncan is discomforted through a series of nightmares; re-runs of the moment she died. Duncan wakes up from his nightmare: I wake up, gasping, my heart like a machine gun. The dark of my room is a soft gray, nothing like the dead black of the water. It takes me a few minutes to convince myself I’ve really escaped the nightmare. It’s the kind of dream that wakes you try and stay awake after, because you know it’s waiting there for you behind your closed eyelids.
All of the witches in the background are chanting, meanwhile roughly six witches shout out what they’re putting into the cauldron. Once the cauldron has been prepared Macbeth drinks the ‘potion’. He collapses and ends up looking into a large bucket full of water. He sees himself reflecting back at him and saying, “Macbeth, Macbeth, beware Macduff”. He was the apparition.
Later in the play, her before ‘happiness’ becomes loneliness and obsession over the ‘kiddy’. “I keep wondering about the kiddy opposite”. Still Miss Ruddock believes there is abuse or cruelty going on in the house and even tells the doctor about it. Her loneliness and obsession of the ‘kiddy’ build up, until we reach the climax to find Miss Ruddock has been writing ‘poison pen’ letters. “… Who was it that wrote to the chemist saying his wife was a prostitute?
She also starts to blame people for her miscarriage as well as herself. Mariam and Rasheed’s relationship soon starts to fade and they begin to lose interest in each other. Chapter 15 Rasheed starts to blame Mariam for the death of their unborn child. Everything Mariam says to him irritates him and Rasheed shows a major lack of interest in Mariam. Mariam tries to do whatever she can to please Rasheed, but none of her efforts seem to work.He begins to become overly abusive with Mariam and the abuse is consistent.
Since during the novella Curley’s wife is constantly bullied and segregated which drives her to having to flirt with the men since it is the only way she can get anyone to talk to her so she deserves to live a life free from loneliness and sorrow and to live her dream. George in one way gets what he deserves since that he is freed from constantly having to watch out for and look after Lennie so he can live his life how he wants with no distractions. However, he does lose his best friend and only companion which is grave since now he has no one to share his lifelong dream with. Lennie deserves a better a more full life where his dream of petting rabbits comes true and that he is forced to be valiant by George and occidentally kills Curley’s
As a child Hindley treats Heathcliff poorly and always liked to hurt him by hitting him and insulting him, but he always found enjoyment in relaxing with Catherine, Hindley’s Sister. Every since Heathcliff is first brought to the Earnshaws house Hindley has been treating him very badly but Catherine accepted him into the family. Nelly says about Hindley that, “The young master had learned to regard his father as an oppressor rather than a friend, and Heathcliff as a usurper of his parent’s affections and his privileges; and he grew bitter with brooding over these injuries” (31). Hindley did not like Mr. Earnshaw because he always told him not to bother Heathcliff. Hindley always treated Heathcliff very badly for a long time, and Heathcliff began to despise Hindley more and more.
Firstly, Mr. Hunderts decision to remove Martin in the standings causes Martins personal integrity to scar, leaving him in a state of self-loathing and shame. For the remainder of his life, the effects of his loss remained a token of his shame. Secondly, his loss had caused his future success to be in jeopardy, for, his self-esteem, sense of accomplishment; sense of self worth and disappointment from his father had caused a major roadblock in the decision making of his future potential. Thirdly, had the teacher not committed and immoral act, then the student that had been given Martins place in the standings would not have felt the pressure to cheat once, hence losing the competition and later on asking for a rematch. Both
There is no defensiveness about them and they do not hide behind masks or social roles. They are equally tolerant of the shortcomings of the whole human species. However, Maslow noted, that in some cases self-actualisers feel guilt, shame, worry or regret about some aspects of their behaviour, particularly about discrepancies between their nature at the moment and whatever expectations they believe they are expected to fulfil. In all aspects of life, self-actualisers behave in open and direct ways; they possess characteristics of spontaneity, simplicity and naturalness. Their lives are devoid of pretence and they are able to display their emotions honestly.