Can a Playground Be Too Safe?

Following a long and occupied day at school, youngsters rush to the play area keeping in mind the end goal to discharge vitality contained for a long time: transcending playground equipment, crude swings, and corroded metal slides. Be that as it may, the playground equipment are being brought down, swings supplanted, and metal traded for … Read more

What is the Sandwich Generation?

Based on what I learned this semester, I think being a sandwich generationer is the most challenging to Americans and their families. A sandwich generationer is a caregiver to an elderly parent/relative and children or anyone who acts as a dual caregiver whether it parents, grandparents, and children. Sandwich generationers not only have to deal … Read more

How teenage girls help rehome pets

Imagine you are all alone outside in the cold with no food or water, and people passing by and doing nothing. As a result that all changed when teens started to help find homes for abandoned pets. Teen activist, such as Faye Carey, Anya Agarwal, and Sparta High School Students are working hard to combat … Read more

I’M Not Wife Material And I Don’T Care

If by “wife material” you mean a woman who makes sandwiches, cleans the house, and spends 3 hours in the kitchen cooking, then you’re damn right! I’m not wife material. I was not raised and cultivated to become a wife- that choice is mine to make. I was born to be a teacher, a doctor, … Read more

What is Occupational Therapy?

What is Occupational Therapy? Occupational therapy interventions are designed to allow the child build on areas of strength and helps them to improve skills in areas of their weakness. Occupational therapy interventions are child-centered and often a session with an Occupational Therapist looks like a fascinating and elaborate play scheme. Occupational therapy uses a holistic … Read more

Mother’s Day Skittles Ad: An Analysis

The Mother’s Day Commercial Advertisements play a necessary part of these sales process for company to introduce a new product, and persuade more customers to spend on their goods, in order for the company to earn more profit. However, it is a challenge to think of an idea that attracts more customers’ attention since every … Read more

Review on Intercultural Marriage: Pros and Cons

Intercultural Marriage is a union of two people involving numerous cultures and backgrounds. It is also known as an international marriage or transnational marriage.It is a marriage between two people from different cultures or countries. There are intercultural marriages present within the country also like in India, The culture of India is an amalgamation of … Read more

The importance of a father in the home

“Studies show that if your child’s father is affectionate, supportive, and involved, he can contribute greatly to your child’s cognitive, language, and social development, as well as academic achievement, a strong inner core resource, sense of well-being, good self-esteem, and authenticity”, Quoted by Dr. Gail Gross. Today, the father’s role is more than providing for … Read more

The Institution of Family in Matthew Lewis’ The Monk

Matthew Lewis’ The Monk makes extensive use of the institution of family in order to underscore the implied author’s ambivalent position towards the French Revolution and its aftermath. The novel recounts the tale of two families: Antonia’s family, which consists of her mother, Elvira, her step-uncle Raymond, her aunt Leonella, and her brother, Ambrosio (although … Read more

Father Theme in Lawrence’s ;Sons and Lovers;

“I would write a different Sons and Lovers now; my mother was wrong, and I thought she was absolutely right.” (Jeffers 296) This line betrays D. H. Lawrence’s eventual realization about his maternal fixation. As a corollary, it might be implied that he regretted villainizing his father. However, critics have maintained that Lawrence was too … Read more

About Child Development Stages

The main stages of child and young person development From birth through to adulthood children continually grow, develop, and learn. A child’s development can be measured through social, emotional, intellectual, physical and language developmental milestones. All children and young people follow a similar pattern of development so the order in which each child advances from … Read more

Making Traditional Food From Ghana

My family emigrated from Ghana, located in West Africa. We have been living in America for a few years now and we still hold on to our traditions. Things such as food, tradition and practices shape my family today. Africans foods such us fufu, banku and rice are eaten more at home. These foods bring … Read more

Mirror Dynamics Between Alice and Dana

As one may look into a mirror, the reflections that they see may vary. For Dana Franklin in Octavia Butler’s Kindred (1979), she sees her long lost ancestor Alice Greenwood. The story tells the tale of Dana, a young black woman in the 70’s, and her husband Kevin, a young white author, as they travel … Read more

How to handle fleas on dogs

Fleas are more than just a headache. They represent a great danger to dogs and other animals, even against people. These small external parasites risk their lives, the inclusion of mammalian blood continues and can lead to serious health problems. We do not want to find fleas from our dogs, other pets or alone. As … Read more

The Perception of Divore in Hindu Marriages

Marriage is a practice common among almost every culture and religion around the world, and while the ceremonies and laws regarding these marriages may differ across cultures, the concept is mostly the same; two people (generally one man and one woman) legally vow to spend the rest of their lives together. However, marriage does not … Read more

Warning! These 5 Snacks are Made Out of Petroleum-Based, Cancer-Causing Chemicals!

You child is eating estrogen with out figuring out it from those everyday snacks. Petroleum-based merchandise are classified as xenoestrogens, even the refined varieties.The snack ingredients which are advertised for youngsters could have something from most cancers inflicting artificial coloring to the incredible, petroleum merchandise! ! Petroleum is the equal factor this is used to … Read more

A father’s legacy

I once knew a staggeringly handsome man who had thick jet black hair and a mustache. An extraordinary extrovert, this man had a jovial laugh and a jubilant energy; a kind of energy that spread like fire and radiated to all who surrounded him. He loved his daughter, sports, egg salad, listened to Chicago, loved … Read more

The novel Esperanza

Esperanza is a girl who moves with her family to a house on Mango Street. It is a little red house that has come down in a humble neighborhood, far from what Esperanza had expected when her parents promised her they would move to a house. Esperanza, to whom her youngest sister, Nenny, follows everywhere, … Read more

Privilages Of Two Healthy Parent Relationships For Children Growing

Father Privilege Experiencing life in a fatherless home can have devastating effects on a person’s future. One of the biggest privileges that a person can be granted is being born into a stable family. In America, fatherless homes are a growing phenomenon which seems to be growing worse by the year. Statistics have revealed that … Read more

Alice Greenwood: an Individual against Environment

Octavia E. Butler’s novel Kindred details the harrowing journey of 26-year-old Dana Franklin. A modern black woman from 1970s Los Angeles, Dana is continuously jerked back through time to the land of her ancestors: early 1800s Maryland. Her task? Save her white ancestor, Rufus Weylin, from death. The risk? If she does not, she may … Read more

Dr. William Edwards Deming – The Father Of The Quality Evolution

American statistician, business consultant, and educator Dr. William Edwards Deming introduced methods and ideas that have left a profound impact on modern businesses and develop the effective management techniques used today. Born in Sioux City on October 14, 1900, W. Edwards Deming attended the University of Wyoming earning his B.S. in 1921, University of Colorado … Read more

"A dog is a man’s best friend”

That common saying may contain some truths, but dogs are not the only animal friend whose companionship people enjoy. Cats are the choice pet for many people. Despite what dog lovers may believe, cats make excellent house pets. This is because they are good companions, they are civilized members of the household, and they are … Read more

The Importance of Family Values All Over the World

The meaning of family varies from place to place and from culture to culture. Ideally I’ve never thought about what a perfect family would be because every family has a totally different dynamic from the next. If I had to guess, I would say it would be a family that despite everyone’s faults is still … Read more

Mother tongue by Amy Tan: About Common Asian-American Prejudice

Asian-American Stereotypes In the article “Mother Tongue,” the author Amy Tan expresses her opinion on both the english language for asian-american stereotypes and their culture based on their degree and language “classes” during school years. As a writer of the story, Amy feels as if the teachers have been forcing asian-american students into math and … Read more

Peer Buddies: What Motivated Me to Join

Peer Buddies is a club at Whippany Park High School, that I have belonged to of for four years. I consider it to be the most rewarding club at Whippany Park High School. Peer Buddies allows students with disabilities to improve both their social and their life skills while working with their peers. As a … Read more

Review of Young Macduff’s Role as Illustrated by William Shakespeare in His Play Macbeth

Character Sketch: Young Macduff a.k.a “son” In William Shakespeares “Macbeth”, an epic play about blood, glory and pride, Young Mcduff’s tragic yet heroic lifestory is revealed. His father of course is Macduff, one of Scotland’s most prestigous nobleman, and his mother is Lady Macduff. Macduff was very close to King Duncan and after his untimely … Read more

Protective factors and resilience

The term “protective factors” is defined as conditions or qualities in people, families, communities, or the greater society that, when exhibited, alleviate or disregard risk in families and communities that, when shown, increase the health and well-being of children and families. There are six protective factors that strengthen families and help in the development of … Read more

Christopher Nolan’s Prestige And The Borden Twins

In The Prestige by Christopher Nolan, two magicians, named Robert Angier and Alfred Borden, have an ongoing feud that was caused by the death of one Angier wife. This then leads to seeing who was able to create the greatest trick, and it seems that Alfred had won that title. He had come up with … Read more

How Lady Macbeth Influenced Macbeth in Macbeth by William Shakespeare

Shakespeare’s classic tragedy entitled Macbeth tells the story of a proud nobleman who attempts to reach the pinnacle of the hierarchy commanding the kingdom he serves by following a cryptic, supernatural prophecy. Considering the treacherous deeds he would have to commit to achieve this prophecy, Macbeth was hesitant to move forward. With the influence of … Read more

Cats and Grass: A Love Affair

Many cat owners think, “My cat eats grass. Is that OK?” If you’ve witnessed your cat noshing on an outdoor salad, you might have also noticed that it can make your kitty throw up. However, some felines nibble on your lawn and aren’t subjected to any adverse effects at all. So, what’s the deal? Is … Read more

The Author’s Perspective on Personal Challenges in The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time, a Novel by Mark Haddon

Mod B Essay The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-time Discuss how Haddon’s perspective on personal challenges is conveyed in The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-time. In your response, make detailed reference to your prescribed text. Haddon’s perspective that individuals are able to overcome personal challenges is expressed in the … Read more