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    this whole country actually. And even before I come here, I already surmise believed it. I was exhausted; I grabbed all my bags and lay down on my bed and locked the door. I stayed there for a couple of minutes thinking about what would my life be in this new place. I looked out of the windows; I see nobody walking around the sidewalk, or kids playing outside or people chit chatting in the neighborhood. And I said to myself, "I 'm already feeling lonely, I wouldn 't get a chance to make new friends in this area". It took me a year to…

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    Before the war, Odysseus feels as if he would never feel a sense of heartache, however, the war teaches him that everyone is going to hurt at some point. Odysseus feels pain when he sees his mother’s spirit in Hades and realizes that he would never see her again, “‘But look, the ghost of my mother came! My mother, dead and gone now… Anticleia —daughter of that great heart Autolycus — whom I had left alive when I sailed for sacred Troy. I broke into tears to see her here, but filled with pity,…

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    Baseball means different things to different people, whether an individual has been watching baseball for the first time to an individual who has watched it their whole life. The same questions were asked to six different individuals and six different answers were given, however all had the same enthusiasm whether it was face-to-face or virtually. However; the enthusiasm with face-to-face individuals was thoroughly more satisfying over virtual communication. Each individual was asked to answer a…

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    To say that effective communication is a vital part in succeeding in life is a huge understatement. Communication is so important because it is used in our homes, at work and in public. Good communication can not only better ourselves, but can better the community as well. However, not all communication is good. Sometimes there are barriers that can make good communication difficult to achieve. Communication apprehension is defined as an “individual level of fear or anxiety associated with…

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    Over the past decades, a communication skill is an important element of a productive workplace. It is a way to convey information clearly and simply by which means things are understood and get done. For leaders, having good communication skills could help them to engage staff and reduce turnover, which create a successful working environment. As mentioned in the Techcomm 7038 module, good interpersonal communication addresses: 1. The feeling attached to it 2. The facts of the matter, and 3. The…

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    Swanson (1993) determined that the caring process of being with expresses to whoever is being cared for that they and their experiences matters to the caregiver. It is extremely important to convey this message to the clients at my service learning site, The Arbors of Bedford, because, as the site director explained to me, people suffering with dementia often struggle with depression and loneliness. At my site I most commonly see and partake in the caring sub dimensions of being there, conveying…

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    Magical Power of Communication “By any means necessary” (X) Have you ever felt so strongly about something or someone and known you have a power within you to change the situation? People deserve to learn the power of language. Do we consider the importance of the power to communicate by any means possible. Malcolm X and Gareth Cook write about their shared experience of not having the ability to communicate effectively in Exploring Language by Gary Goshgarian. Similarly, Malcolm’s speech “By…

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    Entering into this semester I was under the impression I was far too young to understand love and relationships. What could I truly know? Am I even ready anytime soon to take a leap of faith and submerge myself into a committed relationship? My relationships could rarely last longer than a couple months. My response many times in class was, “I’m not even eighteen”. However I realized after a few weeks, I was being naive. I began each assignment thinking the faster I get this done the more time I…

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    Today I recognized the importance of the RN role when I had to help calm my patient down before his procedure. My Chronic Illness Clinical is located at the Louisville Veterans Affairs (VA) Medical Center. My classmates, Instructor, and I are on a Med-Surg floor from 0700-1600. One of my classmates and I were assigned a patient who was admitted for a suspected common bile duct obstruction. Our patient was schedule to have an Endoscopic Retrograde Cholangio-Pancreatography (ERCP) later in the…

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    Communication is a very important part of living and it is also important in a relationship. Without communication, we would not be able to express our feelings or gain confidence for your personality. Without communication, having a relationship is going to be difficult to maintain and will lead to a divorce or break up in the relationship. There are different types of ways that we communicate with each other and also how we communicate with each other. Verbal and nonverbal are the type of…

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