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“When you release stress, you come home to yourself” (Donna Eden). There has been a rise in the usage of essential oils worldwide. These oils have been benefiting many people in positive ways that make their lives better. The oils can be made in many ways and each type serves a unique purpose. Essential oils are considered natural medicine as it relieves people from their mental health problems, aids in the healing of the human body, and is a type of relaxation tool to satisfy the body when it’s in distress.
In the article, “The Necessary and Sufficient Conditions of Therapeutic Personality Change” by Rogers, talks about the conditions that are key factors when a therapist talks to client in order to have a healthy personality change. The article begins by including the six factors between the relationships of the therapist and the client. First of the six conditions is that, “two of the people are in psychological contact” (Rogers, 1992) which means that the therapist and the clients are involved and speaking in a mental and emotional state by meeting, communicating and are in a professional relationship.
Students are constantly getting into trouble at school even though they may be having a very hard time in life. This could include, working hard until late at night, having a mental illness or struggling with relationship. Many students from kindergarten through high school are suspended at least once every year. Some of these students who are suspended, are mentally drained due to external or internal events, that they have a hard time staying focused in class.
Eye Witness Testimony and False Memories By encoding information through sensory input, memories are then created. The information that has been encoded are then stored. People use retrieval to get the memory back (this would be the general memory process theory), but sometimes there can be problems such as false memories (Grison, S., Heatherton, T., & Gazzaniga, M. 2016). False memories can be difficult especially when it comes to any eye witnessing testimonies.
Socrates and The Unexamined Life When Socrates stated, “The unexamined life is not worth living” he believed that those who didn’t question their purpose of this human experience have yielded their direction in life to chance and given their power away to others. In the “Apology”, Plato wrote about the trial of Socrates defending his philosophical thinking. Socrates was accused of corrupting the youth and received much persecution for his teachings. Socrates was a deep thinker, questioner and therefore an examiner of what he felt was the most important of values and morals. He also felt that there should be a logical explanation to his inquiries of seeking the truth.
My Sky You're Always There When you try to find me I try to hide It’s like I’ve been swallowed by the sea And you’re just here for the ride
I was diagnosed with Epilepsy when I was 17 years old and I understand what it is like to be put in a scary situation at a young age because of your health. It has been my aspiration to become a certified registered nurse anesthetist, but also a nurse practitioner for kids/adolescents. There are kids with big dreams, and they are still in the process of finding their purpose in life. I feel like it is my purpose to provide a course of action for these kids when they are put in a vulnerable situation and an emotional rollercoaster because of their health.
“If I was invincible I would take up some extreme sports” (Tom Welling), a quote that demonstrates a good example in which it invokes others to want to do extreme sports just to prove others that they can be invisible. Many people are beginning to involve themselves in extreme sports every year because it gains a lot of attention from the viewers. Some extreme sports include, skateboarding, skydiving, downhill skiing, etc.