Every section, whether it be the third person narrative, other characters narratives, or Mr. Dees’ first person section, he always sounded guilty. Everything he did just sounded so creepy and so suspicious. But then, after I read more and more, even though he still seemed very creepy and guilty, I felt that he couldn’t have been the one to do the kidnapping; it just seemed too obvious. Looking back at things now, I believe that Clare never really knew who Raymond R. really was. During the time in which Clare met Raymond, I believe that she was in a very vulnerable state.
Academic writing has always made me anxious. And, anxiety had resulted in my procrastination. Even though I consider writing to be one of the toughest tasks, I've felt that giving myself enough time to think allows me to do better. Silence helps me think beyond horizons. However, the fear of impressing someone, the anxiety and frustration is what makes me a developing writer.
Selective parts of the book did not have a long-enough explanation. For example, there were parts in “Exegesis: Book III” where I felt that there was not enough information/examples to back up some points they were trying to relay to the reader. Overall, reading my assigned book was a tedious task. I was not able to sit down and read for hours on end, even though it was required. However, I would recommend this book to my friends or anyone has the desire to learn about more about Copernicus and his theories.
To me it seemed they might have... ... middle of paper ... ...b, and was very discouraging because she felt she was constantly alone. Maybe that’s why she was so comforted by Elizabeth. The World War 1 was very devastating to everyone in many different ways. Although the World War 1 was a huge part of why everyone began changing, I feel as if Septimus is a huge part of why the society began going downhill too. His constant rudeness and inconsideration wasn’t what people were looking to deal with, but they didn’t really have much of a choice.
They did not know what was going to happen after the war. They're so devastated by the war that many who were still alive lost faith and all hopes. Many intellectuals began to doubt the Enlightenment and even the future of Western civilization. This state of uncertainty and unpredictability brought out many modern philosophers of that time. One of them was a Fren...
Learning about personality disorders has proven to be a challenge to me, because I have constantly found myself worrying about all of the little symptoms I see in both myself and my friends. It feels like I’m constantly trying to diagnose us because they are mostly late onset diseases. Though there were many interesting points, to read the article The Problem With How We Treat Bipolar Disorder only served to aid that silly concern. The first part of the article that stood out to me was the fact that the onset of Maria Doe´s illness was insidious, gradual, and inexorable.” How scary it must be to all of the sudden start to feel like you aren’t yourself and things are getting bad but to not be able to do anything about it. She talks about having an idea of what it is because she battled depression some in high school, but still having no idea what to do about the new way she was feeling.
I was fearful of cutting ties because the thought of not being in contact provoked much anxiety to the extent that I felt that I was not capable of doing so, as I have previously attempted to do so but only lasted for a short period of time. Also, the uncertainty of my decision to conclude our relationship in any sense was consuming me, preventing me to do up until recently. I have finally gained the courage over the past few months to let go of a relationship that I have felt that was negative to my well
I too struggled with the decision to medicate for a number of reasons. My journey started when they found an incidental spinal cord lesion while looking for something completely unrelated. I was diagnosed, undiagnosed, diagnosed with something else and eventually rediagnosed with MS. I figured the doctors didn’t have a collective clue so I could basically ignore them. I read about the MS medications and they sounded painful, expensive and riddled with side-effects that were worse than my current situation.