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    It is very hard to make up characters with such distinct personalities, so Hawkins used the people she met for inspiration. A journalist from RandomHouse has conducted a Q&A interview with the author asking her what was the inspiration for the characters. In response, Hawkins replied “None of my characters is based on any one person, but they may share traits with people I’ve met” (Sec. 2). Paula Hawkins used some of the traits of many people she has met to develop the characters with different

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    the most contentious characters in the novels, since he changes the most as the novel progresses. Stevenson initially portrays Silver as a loyal and mild-mannered man, well-liked by everyone and given the nickname “Barbecue,” as he is the sea cook. Hawkins comments, “he was unweariedly kind” and that Silver told him, “Nobody more welcome than yourself, my son” (95). Silver initially is the most likeable character and is very personable, seemingly unaffected by the greed that soon plagues the other men

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    abilities. (Hawkins & Schwenk, n.d.) Hawkins created a model for the supervision of team coaches, which, “provides a discipline and framework that ensures the balance of attending to the minimum requisite amount of data to be able to explore the many levels of dynamic (individual, interpersonal, team, organization, wider system, coach relationship with team and team coaching sponsors), before moving on to discover what needs to shift in the team, the coaching relationship and in the coach” (Hawkins, 1993

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    Embodied suffering is not sympathy, but rather it is being to directly relate to the suffering of a person, it is placing yourself into a realm of their suffering. By wearing this controversial head garment Hawkins (2016) was able to literally step into the shoes of women who experience intolerance everyday. She was able to experience hate from strangers that she, as a christian women, would have never received outside of wearing the head covering. She left

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    prisoners, Belcher and Hawkins, and the guards, Bonaparte and Noble, act as if they have known each other for years. However, in the second sections, the reader discovers that this is not the case. Donovan, the IRA leader, comes to the men with interesting news. The guards realize that Belcher and Hawkins are being held hostage, and they will be executed. The third section outlines Bonaparte and Noble’s feelings toward the execution. In the final section of the story, Belcher and Hawkins are executed and

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    O'Connor's "Guests of the Nation." In the opening paragraph a big Englishman is introduced by the name of Belcher. O'Connor immediately establishes a sense of comradeship between the English prisoner-of-war and the Irish soldiers holding Belcher and Hawkins captive by using the expression "chums" during a friendly game of poker. Although Belcher is portrayed as a "short" man, or "…should I say lack?—of speech…,"(DiYanni, 46) the meaning of his name is "good cheer" or "fine entertainment." So, even

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    Mr. David Saunders was a servant of Mr. Hawkins, a white man, as most of other blacks during that time. Even though the slaves were free nominally at that time due to economic hardship, they worked under whites like they used to be slaves. David also garnered the consequence of it. To attain his freedom and show his manhood, he stopped by Mr. Joe’s store to buy a gun. However, he got humiliated by the white gun shop owner not differently than Mr. Hawkins. For instance, the gun owner belittled him

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    Christian Counseling and Secular Psychology

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    problems. Each Christian counselor must carefully research and develop a counseling model which best aligns with their education level and spiritual beliefs. The following will be a summary of the models of counseling developed by Dr. Crabb and Dr. Hawkins, addressing the strengths and weaknesses of each model. Through this theory critique a Christian counselor should be able to identify and develop a strong foundation for their counseling theory and better serve their clients while maintaining a strong

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    struggles to break childhood stage and becomes an adult. Regardless of being young gentleman who happened to be poor, black, and he is being perceived as a boy by his community, but he believes that he is a man. Mr. David Saunders is a servant of Mr. Hawkins, a white man, as most of other blacks during that time. Even though the slaves are free nominally at that time due to economic hardship, they work under whites like they used to be slaves. David also garners the consequence of it. To attain his freedom

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    A traumatic day

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    “Retard Classes,” I exclaimed as I leapt from the rickety wooden chair in the principal’s office in my elementary school. As my mother, a short, stocky woman, with a mouth like a truck driver and a backhand swing like a professional tennis player, grabbed my shoulder pushing me back in my chair, saying: “They are not retarded classes, they are special education classes, now sit down and shut up.” As I sat fidgeting in my chair that squeaked every time I moved, my mother continues to give me the

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