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    Introduction: Unexpected Situation Sometimes life throws unexpected situations into our everyday lives. They can have a domino or out spreading effect, worming in and out our defenses. Depending on the attitudes of family members when these situations arise, they can either make, bend, or destroy us. Grant, it, some unexpecting can come as a blessing or be a curse. Some can kaleidoscope before our eyes, confusing on what we are witnessing, and although, beautiful and twisting in color delight, it could settle as an explosion, destroying our lives. But the one sustaining truth is, no matter the unexpected it can be turned and contorted until it is somehow claimed a blessing in our lives. As our story unfolds with the devastating news over Mark Anthony’s brain tumor, a dormant, unseen tumor, is about to explode, in the Brown’s circle of family and friends. While the family and friends, for the most part rally, around the child, a darkness grows within the father. He has strong feelings of despair, and although no one says it, he feels they blame him for not manning up and taking control. Everyone else seems to find their part in this whole devastation, but him and with his feeling of being alone, sinks into deep depression. He fought in…

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    CPR certified, I don’t let anyone watch him. That being said, child care for my son will be one of the biggest complications I will face. With that being said, I will miss a lot of classes and it will be a set-back. Finances may also be a problem I face toward earning my degree. I don’t have a very established financial situation, but to be straightforward, what college student does have all of their finances together? Life pitches unexpected set-backs…

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    When the time comes for Tess to return to Marlott, he begs her to stay and gives her mahy flowers. This, to some extent, foreshadows how Alec will not give up on having her for himself. Tess's first real horrific life experience comes about on the night when Alec and Tess are returning from Chaseborough. Upon realizing that she is vulonerable and weak he takes the opportunity to seduce her. The consequence of this is her unexpected pregnancy, which results in the birth of Sorrow. She…

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    In the heat of battle, during the apotheosis of the climax, or during the calmest breath, unexpected punctuated silence can be deafening. Continual sound is the expression of life progressing from one event to another. Silence in the midst of life's progressions produces an unexpected pause. Properly placed, this pause can shake and stop the movement of reality. A baby crying, then abrupt unexplained cessation, can make life stop. The whistle of a bomb falling, followed by emptiness,…

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    My struggles may be slightly unique considering I am a teen mom, a college student, and a special needs mother. My main goal is to stay focused and to do all I can possibly do to succeed in earning my nursing degree. I am most definitely not the average teenage mother and I refuse to be labeled as another teenage mother statistic. In other words, my motivation to do well is to prove a point to my family, friends and anyone with whom I have ever had contact with. I had a child at 14 years old,…

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    research in this field and was able to answer the questions it sought out. This study showed that inattentive blindness happens more often when the video was transparent compared to opaque and that observers were more likely to notice the unexpected stimulus present when it possessed similar features as the objects in the task they are performing. Although this research does answer some of the questions that other research studies were unable to answer, future research could be conducted to…

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    There are many effects on a person’s life as a result of their ruling passion. The product of ruling passion includes; hard work and will power, greediness and can impact the individual’s personal life as well as their mental wellbeing. Through the story “Paper” we are able to witness examples of the effects of a ruling passion in one’s life, we see how things can take unexpected turns and lead to unexpected consequences. At the end of the story, at Tay Soon’s funeral there is a line referring…

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    Death Is Unexpected

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    Death is unexpected. Although I knew my aunt Gail would not live for long, her death still seemed to shock me. In my mind, the day she passed away was unexpected, and strange. To me, it feels as though your brain is pushing back the knowledge that someone you know, may pass away soon. In order for you to concentrate on just spending time with them without feeling as though it has to be done in a certain amount of time; your brain protects you. When the day does come where death appears, and…

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    Sorry Unexpected Analysis

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    Dave Hingsburger has been a blogger since October 2006, after reviewing the blogs it seems that Dave has two sides of the spectrum. Dave did not always have a disability, in fact he has only been disabled for a little over 3 years. In his blogs Dave gives off a perspective of being disabled but not having to move like it. In several blogs Dave demonstrates the social adapted model of disability, which is defined as “States although a person's disability poses some limitations in an able-bodied…

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    Immigration: The Unexpected Truth Immigration is a majorly debated issue in many countries, but especially the United States. Even though our country was basically founded on the principle that people of all ethnicities can feel safe here, our country continues to discriminate against certain immigrants. Many people seek religious freedom and a better way of life when they take the journey to America. Our country should have pride that we are viewed as the land of the free and as one of the best…

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