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    just like you - they only want their thoughts to be heard and considered, not shrugged away or ignored. Even though you might feel confident that you are "right," it is imperative that you stop and listen to the other person and gain a solid understanding of their points and ideas. Over-believing your own stances can be extremely detrimental to working in a group and in coming up with the optimal solutions for your business. In general, focus on communication instead of on winning the…

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    whether the soldiers thought the facts of the story were true or not, he wanted them to obtain the understanding of the war that he had obtained. “‘You don’t believe it?’ he’d say. ‘Fine with me. But you don’t know human nature. You don’t know Nam” (93). Rat’s purpose in telling the story of Mary Anne Bell was to teach O’Brien and the other soldiers about Vietnam and help them gain the understanding of the messages the story holds. Though the soldiers question his credibility as a true…

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    organization would have to be understanding of language barriers and cultural barriers to not make one feel that they are being discriminated against or judged (Sachs, 1999). It is important to recognize that people from different cultures are different in a variety of ways, including different ways of looking at things, different ways of dressing and different ways of expressing personality/goodness. One must have respect to self-esteem, self-image, and an understanding that their life style…

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    concise explanation of the Form of the Good as a metaphysical object which is aligned with the mental capacity of knowledge. Plato is trying to demonstrate that the form of the good is the highest level of understanding one is able to achieve, hence why a ruler should focus his studies on understanding the form of the good while enhancing the strength of the rational part of his…

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    Qohelet's Argument

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    Longman’s comment that “God’ purpose is to frighten people. In Qohelet’s estimation, he is a comic bully (v 14-15).” I do not agree to a very strong theocentric emphasis. God has not revealed everything to human. His reasons may be beyond human understanding. Human should maintain an attitude of faith seeking…

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    someone who health focus is maintenance of illness or cure of illness or injury. In my practice experience at KBRH I have had the opportunity to care for both palliative and non-palliative clients and not only recognize the shift in care, but the understanding around the different types of care. Particularly in the shift to palliative. For example where pain medications are given in greater dose and longer term without concern for addiction or tolerance, or where family may need more care and…

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    Brief Therapy Reflection

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    thought of brief therapy as a completely separate form of therapy. However, in reading Levenson and getting a better understanding of the drop-out rate of clients, I understand that we will all take part in brief therapy at one time or another, whether it is planned or unplanned. The two goals of time limited dynamic psychotherapy (TLDP), providing a new experience and a new understanding, are goals that I will take with me as I continue to grow as a therapist even if I am not practicing brief…

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    As an International Relations major, when I first looked at the classes offered in the communication section, the name “Intercultural communication” stood out. I was expecting to learn a little bit about every culture: their religion, beliefs, language, mores, etc. I also expected a lot of international students in the class, and the teacher to be chill and open-minded. Gladly, the class exceeded all my expectations. I learned a lot about other cultures, but not in a superficial way, I came to…

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    learning experience as well as prepare me for life after college. Throughout this course, I think that it is vital to know how you learn best, what the professor is expecting of you, as well as how the class is structured and the policies within it. Understanding your personal learning style is essential to succeeding in not only classes but in jobs. Based on the VARK survey that we took on the first day, I learn best from notes and textbooks as well as from examples and trial and error. The…

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    Raymond Carver is known for writing minimal fiction; a style of writing popularized in the 1980s and heavily criticized for using new techniques. Carver’s writings are heavily influenced by his own life of alcoholism and abuse. When speaking on his past alcoholism Carver said, “It 's very painful to think about some of the things that happened back then. I made a wasteland out of everything I touched. But I might add that towards the end of the drinking there wasn 't much left anyway”…

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