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    Demi Lovato Research Paper

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    added more stress to her mental illness. Lovato herself stated that she would take on workloads and believed she could do it, but thanks to her mental and emotional state when she couldn 't do it, she would spiral into a deep depression and push everyone else away. At eleven years old Lovato started cutting herself. She said back then “it was a way of expressing by own shame, of myself, on my own body.” The emotional state she was in was damaged and it couldn’t give her a way out. Lovato said that her emotions would be so built up at times, and she wouldn’t know what to do, but use cutting as an immediate release of her stress. This technique stuck with Lovato throughout her teen days, and while on tour in 2010 with the Jonas Brothers, including her ex Joe Jonas, Demi switched back to eating as her coping mechanism. Demi said,” I was literally so emotionally whacked out that I took it out of someone who really meant a lot to me." During her Camp, Rock 2 Tour, Lovato due to her mental illness punched her backup dancer and friend, Alex Welch. After that, her family pulled her aside and said she needs…

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    Memories In The Giver

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    The Giver, by Lois Lowry, the main character, Jonas, becomes the Receiver, after a fail with the previous one, and begins to have memories transported into his mind. The community has no memories and only the Giver and Receiver share this heavy responsibility. The job of Receiver is a major role in the community because this person advises the Committee of Elders using memories from the past to help them make decisions for their future. When Jonas becomes the Receiver, he begins to experience…

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    The Giver Theme Essay

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    Emotions are what gives your life color. Memories are what give you feelings. Although being able to have feelings might make you enjoy life more, it can also make things really hard on yourself. In The Giver, Jonas doesn’t start to feel anything until he starts to receive memories from the current Receiver. In this essay I get to talk about three themes, which are Individuality, Memories, and Emotions. I think that these are the most important themes of this story and are the main reasons…

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    points it is an incredible book that only matches the darkness of the world that teens are going to be thrown into. Preparing young adults for the hard parts of the world and simultaneously showing them the wonders of it is what make “The Giver” a must read book and not something that should be kept away from them. Banning books shouldn’t be a thing, mostly because the only harm a book can do is make people think. If people are attempting to ban a book it is probably because they know they are…

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    The Giver is an interesting movie with a young man named Jonas. He lives with his father and mother and sister lily. The Giver is a novel that copies the world today. Jonas and all the other 12 year olds in his world are given jobs. He, among them, is given the most important job of receiving all the memories of the world. He learns that there is actually color and truth about his world. It copies the world today because the whole point is that when your 12 in that world you leave your parents…

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    Jonas had been living in a suppressed community all his entire life. Where the orderly commanded every single aspect of citizens lives. A society without liberty of choice, expression, thinking or feeling. Where the life without color, pain or past described the lack of meaning. A place where there wasn’t possibility for unexpected, inconvenient or unusual situations to happen because most of them were pre-calculated and under control. When the ceremony of twelve came, Jonas was selected as “the…

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    The Giver Epilogue

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    The echo was perhaps strange, though Jonas had to check it out. After all, it was the first sound he heard that didn't involve Gabe whining or him shuddering due to the vast coldness of the winter breeze. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~ As Jonas and Gabriel tried to keep up to reach the unusual sound that was coming from above, he couldn't help but notice that the planes were starting to come back. All of a sudden, Jonas’s face changes from a…

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    character Jonas discovers the importance and roles of free choice, memories, and feelings. In Lois Lowry’s The Giver, the learning of memories leads Jonas to create new found feelings of love and isolation with the freedom to choose right and wrong, indifference to the straightforward,…

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    Jonas In The Giver

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    In The Giver, the main character Jonas changes. Over the course of the story, Jonas changes his personality, along with his whole outlook. At the beginning of the book Jonas was just like any other kid his age. He is completely unaware of the gruesome inhumane things that are happening in his community, “I’m feeling apprehensive,”...”I know there’s really nothing to worry about”(Lowry, 1993, p.12) This shows how Jonas knows that he is a normal person and he should have no reason to think…

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    In The Giver, a boy named Jonas lived in a community where everything was planned out for you. At 12 years old, the kids get their jobs that they train for and have to do. What if you wanted to make a change? I do not support the community because you can not be different, there are few rights or freedoms, and people are released. Every body is alike in so many different ways. You probably could not even tell one person from another. Same intelligence, and same family unit. One mother, one…

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