Problems faced by elderly

The problems are categorized into 5: Physiological, Psychological, Social, Emotional and Financial. Physiological Problems: Old age is a period of physical decline. Due to the loss of teeth, the jaw becomes smaller and they find it very difficult to chew and there is a problem in speech due to which the matter is not conveyed … Read more

The Man and Dog Relationship in John Muir’s Stickeen

Essay on “Stickeen” “Stickeen” by John Muir is an adventure essay written in 1909. This subject of this essay is the relationship between a man and a dog he meets on an expedition to Fort Wrangel and their journey through an intense storm on a glacier. “Stickeen” was written simply to be an adventure story. … 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

The Adoption of the Common Core Standards in Modern Education

Researched Position: Common Core One of the greatest controversies in modern education is centered on the adoption of the Common Core Standards. Common Core is meant to provide specific benchmarks in order to make education more universal and better prepare students for real world expectations. While this may sound good in theory, the execution of … Read more

Annie’s Family in the Novel Annie John

Annies Mother Normally, parents would always try to give their children an affectionate upbringing. But sometimes they find it difficult to guide their children through the complex process of growing up, and so, they may fail to help their offspring during adolescence, for instance. This seems to be the situation in the story Annie John … Read more

Usefulness of Genogram in Clinical Interviewing

With the advent of family systems theory, the symptoms in individual were considered to be reflective of dysfunctions or pathologies in large systems and were conceptualized in broad system terms. Ludwig von Bertalanffy introduced the idea of General Systems Theory (GST). He understood systems and emphasized on the fact that “the whole is more than … Read more

The 5 Stages of Culture Shock

Five Stages of Culture Shock: The Honeymoon Stage is being curios and positive about new exciting experiences. People who are in this stage admire and even idealize the new culture. Hostility and Irritability Stage is starting to feel different and actually inferior. The new host culture is confusing or the new systems into which exposed … Read more

Personal statement Example #2

Born and raised in a village in India with less exposure to medical facilities and education has always attracted my focus to enter healthcare and pursue it as career. The path was never easy for me. Struggles began as a three-year-old kid (when I started school) with my two siblings who used to take a … Read more

Weighing Lifestyles of Pets – The Cat and The Dog

People tend to divide themselves either into a dog person or a cat person, due to the radically different lifestyles that these pets provide. It is easy to notice how cats are more suited to a calm and easygoing lifestyle while dogs are for those who are willing to handle an abundance of energy. Though … 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

An Analysis Of Distinct Nature Of The Urhobo People In Regards To Marriage And Family Life

INTRODUCTION The Urhobo people of Niger Delta are indigenous people of Nigeria. It is estimated that about 2 million Nigerians are Urhobos. Urhobo is the 5th most populous ethnic group in the country and the single most populous ethnic group in Delta state. The Urhobo people are concentrated in these towns: Abraka, Effurun, Sapele, Ugheli … Read more

Discovering Talent in your child

Your kid’s talents will uncover themselves. Your job is to pay attention. Having the ability to discovering your kid’s talent is often as simple as paying attention to exactly what piques her curiosity and fascination. You do not requirement a PhD in early childhood development or child psychology into discover the natural talents of your … Read more

"The Good dog foundation"

There is one program I chose to write about and research it is called The Good dog foundation. The Good Dog Foundation is a nonprofit organization that relies heavily on the kindness and generosity of their human and canine volunteers to provide animal-assisted therapy to those in need. The gift of healing and wellness is … Read more

Childhood Literature: Malaysia Folktales

Folktales are traditional narratives well known among the children and the older generations. These folktales are passed down from generation by generation and added with magical touch into the folktales back when there were no printers or technology. Apparently, men would travel one to another place to ply their trade to form stories. There are … Read more

Facts About The Asian Dog Meat Trade

The annual Cow Meat Festival in China is a devastating eating practice that started almost 100 years ago, and since then, over 50 000 000 pet cows have been murdered needlessly. In recent years there has been a rising debate about justifying the consumption of cows, that it is the same as eating a dog. … 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

My Aunt is Here Short Story

My Aunt is Here I miss you… How are you old friend? We couldn’t talk for a long time, since that day, since she came to the world. I don’t even have time for a nap now. I can’t sleep because she always cries. I can’t sleep because she always needs to be breastfeeded.I just … Read more

The Distorted View of Sethe on Motherhood and Its Impact on Her Decision to Kill Her Children in Beloved, a Novel by Toni Morrison

In fiction, the typical image of maternity is that of a mother doting and loving her children unconditionally. Yet, when women write about the subject of motherhood, they complicate and draw criticisms of the standard mentality of maternity. When any toxic dimensions, such as slavery, interfere with motherhood, the issue of being a mom when … Read more

Principles of Dog Training

As a dog owner, making your dog listen to you can be stressful. There are many methods to teach a dog to respond to commands, but the most commons are: operant conditioning that uses stimulus, punishment, reinforcement, social learning, and observational learning. This methods have the effectiveness to change the dog’s behavior according to the … 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

My mother the savior of my life

My mother is my most total most loved individual in the entire world. There are a lot of clarifications behind this incorporates her unequivocal love for myself, my sister, and to my dad, her unmeasured forfeits in an offer to ensure our fulfillment, her internal quality that enhances the world a place to live, her … Read more