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    school to college is an easy bridge for some to cross. However, for some, it is more like a tight rope. "Depression rates among college students appear to be increasing,"(Todd and McKibben). These students are experiencing depression based on many factors, most notably stress and perfectionism. Accordingly, they are experiencing what is known as Social Anxiety Disorder, referred to as SAD. SAD is a mental disorder in which the individual becomes removed from society. There are two levels

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      The murder of Polonius is the greatest among many factors that were contributed by Hamlet to the somber fate of Ophelia. A prelude, composed of warnings from Polonius and Laertes, is tactfully set up by Shakespeare during Ophelia's initial appearances in the play, aiding in the preparation for her subsequent mental deterioration. Pol. What is between you?  Give me up the truth. Oph. He hath, ny lord, of late made many tenders Of his affection to me. Pol.

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    The Murder of King Duncan in Macbeth Many factors were involved in Macbeth's decision to kill King Duncan. He had pressure from his wife, he had an idea in his head, given to him by the three witches, and he was extremely ambitious. All of these factors contributed to his demise in the end and his decision to murder his king. This whole situation comes about because of three witches who wanted to cause trouble for Macbeth. They knew all along what would happen to him in the end. Macbeth is

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    Nature of the Creutzfeldt-Jakob Disease Dementia is traditionally considered to be one of the possible results of aging.  Its effects are heartbreaking and tremendously exhausting for the patient as well as their family and friends.  There are many factors to consider.  What would be the best treatment plan for my loved one?  Who would care for them?  These are all very difficult decisions that impact the patient and family for years to come.  But what if you only had a few months to make these

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    responsible for the tragic ending to the play, or the circumstances in which they find themselves involved with. Throughout the play many references are given to suggest the ages of Romeo and Juliet. The theory I found to back up this claim involves a symbolizing of numbers in reference to Juliet's age. According to this theory, throughout the play there are many factors that are symbolizing Juliet's young age, such as the number of letters in her full name, the number of times Romeo refers to her by

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    Oedipus physically puts out his own eyes, for several reasons which will be discussed later. The question is: Did Oedipus deserve his punishments? There are many factors that must be considered in answering this, including how Oedipus himself felt about his situation. His blinding was as much symbolic as it was physical pain. After all factors have been considered, I think that only Oedipus' banishment was the necessary punishment.. It is important to keep in mind the whole basic reasoning for

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    frequently thrown into turmoil by outside influences or factors. As we are informed from the onset, the "greatest punishment" that could be bestowed upon Cathy was separation from Heathcliff. Cathy and Heathcliff's separation only therefore ensues as a result of their initial outing to Thrushcross Grange. Their promise to grow up together as 'rude as savages,' is destroyed when Cathy and Heathcliff are separated physically by many factors resulting from this visitation. Just as the Linton's dog

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    The Proper Golf Stance

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    The Proper Golf Stance While there are many factors in determining the outcome of a golf shot, setting up the proper golf stance is the foundation from which all other aspects essential to hitting a perfect shot are judged as success or failure. Proper stance is made up of proper implementation of multiple factors. The entire outcome (shot) depends on setting up properly. There are three elements that comprise the proper golf stance: grip, stance, and body placement. Your grip must be

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    and perceptions have strayed far and wide, looking for a suitable answer; one such answer of the many they have uncovered is television, but especially television geared towards children: cartoons and animation. In recent years, animation has taken a more openly violent twist during the same time period that the unique and varied forms of Japanese animation have come to America; both have raised many parents' eyebrows as articles and media coverage portray both, but especially Japanese animation

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    Wong, a Buddhist from Malaysia, this idea was confirmed as a fact. Through life, Buddhists constantly prepare for death and the afterlife, while Christians, although concerned about that, focus on enjoying the present life as much as possible. Many factors have contributed to this deduction and all are based on the differences in the grieving process rituals between American Christians and Malaysian Buddhists. Until someone close to us passes away, we forget just how important every minute

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