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    DECONSTRUCTING THERAPEUTIC MECHANISM IN CANCER SUPPORT GROUP : DO WE EXPRESS MORE EMOTION WHEN WE TELL STORIES OR TALK DIRECTLY TO EACH OTHER NAME : NUR DALILAH AJLAA BT MOHD TAUFEK MATRIC NO: 57183 COURSE: COUNSELING LECTURER: DR NOR MAZLINA BINTI GHAZALI SUBMISSION DATE : 15/3/2018 (THURSDAY) 1.Introduction – background of journal The main purpose of this research is to understand the therapeutic mechanism in cancer support group whether the cancer patient express their emotion better when they tell stories or talk directly (non- story). Clinicians leading metastatic cancer support groups often encourage group…

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    difficult occur, they challenge human values to a great extent but relationships with peers tends to overcome these challenges, resulting in harmony. Love is a great tool in relationships for people who had just experienced a tragic event. This book shows the different levels of love and what love can do in order to achieve happiness. The novel Fault in our stars starts off with a teenager named Hazel who has been a survivor of cancer but does not appreciate how she survived. After fighting…

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    The first social media website was built in 1997, and it was called Six Degrees. Six Degrees was made for people to meet friends with other individuals on the website. Over time there were many different social media websites made. The main four social media apps are Facebook, YouTube, Twitter, and Instagram. With the creation of social media there are many negatives that go along with it. Bullies and cyber predators are on social media apps, people waste most their time on social media, and a…

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    Being the youngest in the Sober Living, I live at, it’s like I have six moms and/or older sisters. All of the women have inspired me with their recovery and learning a new way of life, as so am I. One of the ladies I live with Tiffany P. (for anonymity reasons can’t write her full name; she is in a 12 Step program as I am) is a Hawaii-born lady, straight from Honolulu, Hawaii. The reason why I’m writing about her and not the other five ladies, is because our story starts in Acton Rehab almost…

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    Addict’s Sibling, which acts as an online support group. Suddenly I was surrounded by others…

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    On a late Monday night in November, I had the chance to attend an Alcoholic Anonymous support group hosted in a church called Forest Hills Presbyterians church. The support group name was not the typical name we mostly hear about an AA group, the name was Progress Not Perfection. Which made me question if it was an AA support group or a group for other meeting but it turned out to be an AA support group. The purpose of the group is for alcoholic individuals to come together and exchange support…

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    Online Support Groups: The Future of Community Support through the Use of the Internet and the Risks and Benefits for Users As people continue to become technologically advanced, the use of the internet in search of knowledge regarding health issues has increased. The internet has created a new arena that can offer information to many with just a few keyword searches. Many have turned to the internet in search of valuable information on a variety of health topics, from general knowledge…

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    Strengthen local community support services To develop holistic practice and cultural competency, community interaction may be another way to support academic achievement in school and clinical settings. As a result, the Ministry of Education (2013) has recommended strengthening of local community support services to support Pasifika education. The number of community support services is on the rise. Research by Pasikale and Wang in 1998 recognised two Pasifika organisations that were run by the…

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    Hazel Grace Lancaster is a 16 year old girl from Indianapolis, Indiana that has terminal lung cancer. One day at a Support Group, for people with cancer between the ages of 12 and 18, she catches a very good looking 17 year-old boy staring at her. She finds out his name is Augustus Waters and he had osteosarcoma that took off his right leg. He is currently cancer free and is just at the Support Group per his best friend Isaac's request because Isaac has a rare eye cancer and he has to get…

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    “The Fault in Our Star,” directed by Josh Boone, is a typical story of the journey of two teens who are both fighting cancer. Josh Boone directs the spotlight on these two teens specifically as he pulls the viewers closer into their journey. This movie not only exposes the story of two teens with cancer but also includes real life symbols and great quotes throughout different scenes of these two teens specifically. This movie will pull viewers emotionally closer into a love story that defines…

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