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    The Importance Of Behavior

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    The first habit is being proactive. Being proactive is good because teenager could take control of their action and determine how exactly life is going to be treating them. For example, if you were to do something bad you would get a consequence. If you were to do something good, then life would treat you fair and give you something fair, but it all depends on your action. Being proactive could lead to success in the future. There is also an opposite of proactive, which is called reactive. Being reactive is a bad thing because you show off an attitude that could represent your personality, which is bad. For example, if you were at work and say if your boss wasn’t such a jerk things could’ve been different. Think of it like proactive is good, and reactive is bad. The second habit is beginning with the end of mind. Beginning with the end of mind defines your mission and goals in life. Everything starts off with something like a blueprint is required before building a house. You can apply this to our life because you could think of our life as a crossroad full of options to choose from. The path you choose will affect your future. Starting with the end of mind is very important as you see because if you choose something good to start off you can end up good in the future. It is also important to decide your future or it will determine it for you. The third habit is put first things first. Doing first things first is important because if you don 't do important things first…

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    sad, depress or self-down. She knew I was having problems, but she didn’t know how to fix them and she would try to do anything at her reach to make me feel better. For me, my mom has been my super hero. She’s been always there for me and there’s nothing she couldn’t do. Not even batman, superman, nor the green lantern have the power of love that she does. I know she loves me unconditionally and she’s always there for…

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    towards Jane and Phoebe, the few child-like characters he places a sense of innocence on. Holden constantly speaks about Jane, how he should call her and talk to her, yet Jane is never actually spoken to. Holden’s view of Jane is stagnated, forever entrapped in the youthful summers he spends with her: “Every time I got to the part about her out with Stradlater in that damn Ed Banky’s Car, it almost drove me crazy. I knew she wouldn’t let him get to first base with her, but it drove me crazy…

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    Yellow Wallpaper “The Yellow Wallpaper” is a short story. The ‘Yellow Wallpaper ‘was written by Charlotte Perkins Stetson. Would you go crazy if you got locked in a room by your husband? The Narrator did. There may have been question if she was already mentally ill or if her husband caused her to go crazy. The Narrator may have had a few issues before, but her lack of control, her husband, and being imprisoned and isolated made those small problems much worse. Her husband made her feel as if…

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    I used to hate Baylor. Even the idea of attending Baylor seemed ludicrous to me. My conception of Baylor was very limited and only consisted of that which at had seen at my small high school. Every person that I knew that went to Baylor was crazy. For example, was one girl in particular that truly convinced me that Baylor students were…unhinged. All she would talk about was going to Baylor; she was probably wrapped in a green and gold blanket after she was born, dressed as a bear every year…

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    this woman she is not allowed to leave her room. Her Husband, who is her psychologist, has also instructed her not to write or do anything creative. Even though the narrator is not allowed to write she secretly does anyway, that is how the story is told. There are many notions and hints to her controlling and belittling relationship with her husband which may be a reason why she begins to go crazy. As the story progresses the narrator develops a fascination of the Yellow Wallpaper in her room.…

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    I awoke quickly in the pitch black bedroom from a sound down the hall, my best friend laying beside me still in a deep sleep. As I lay still, (deathly still, deathly quiet, lifeless) I think to my self, “ am I hearing things, have I gone crazy?” (delirious, insane) I hear the noise coming from down the hall, I jump up and cautiously walk toward the bedroom door, the slightest light shining off from my alarm clock is glaring threw the dark (Lightless) bedroom. Grasping the bedroom door handle,…

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    After writing the yellow wallpaper, Charlotte Gilman then wrote a brief summary which explains “Why I Wrote the Yellow Wallpaper.” Through this article she explains to reader what inspired her to write this piece. Charlotte growing up suffered a mental illness herself, which inspired her to write this short story on how her illness was treated. She describes how “she went, in devout faith and some faint stir of hope, to a noted specialist in nervous diseases, the best know in the country.” In…

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    disease, and to stop being who she was before the diagnosis and the illness. On the same way, Charlotte Perkins Gilman who does not let her nervous disease to drive her crazy,…

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    Antique Urn Monologue

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    car for the third time. That girl is never ready and I’m never patient enough. Finally, she gets out of her house struggling to figure out what to do with the long sleeved plaid shirt her mother had probably forced upon her. Stilling struggling to decide whether she should wear the shirt on her black crop top to satisfy her mother or tie it around her waist and say hell to modesty I honked for a fourth time just to hurry things up. She jogs towards my car, enters the passenger sit, slams the…

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