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  • Sufferers Of Mental Illness
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    Schizophrenia has long been a devastating mental illness and only recently have we begun to see an improvement in our capabilities to treat this disorder. The development of neuroleptic's such as, H aldol, Risperdal, and Zyprexa have given psychiatrists, psychologists and their patients great hope in the battle against this mental disease. However, during the 1960's, drugs were not available and psychologists relied upon psychotherapy in order to treat patients. I Never Promised You a Rose Garde...
  • Deborah
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    I Never Promised You a Rose Garden Never Promised You a Rose Garden, by Joanne Greenberg, is a description of a sixteen-year-old girl's battle with schizophrenia, which lasts for three years. It is a semi-autobiographical account of the author's experiences in a mental hospital during her own bout with the illness. This novel is written to help fight the stigmatisms and prejudices held against mental illness. Joanne Greenberg was born in Brooklyn in 1932, and is a very respected and award-winnin...
  • Deborah's Best Friend In The Hospital
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    I Never Promised You a Rose Garden by Hannah Greene I Never Promised You a Rose Garden takes place in the late 1940's. The main setting is in a mental hospital just outside Chicago. But it also goes back and forth between the hospital and the main character's home in Chicago. This book is about a girl named Deborah who is diagnosed with schizophrenia. She is sent to a mental hospital after trying to commit suicide. Deborah lives in her own world of Yri and has lost touch with reality. In fact, s...
  • Deborah's Parents
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    I Never Promised You a Rose Garden The cold tone of this story starts out right in the beginning and her mother and father are quite distraught because of the daughter's illness and the fact that they must trust the doctors; they seem to not trust anyone. They even told their own family that Deborah is at convalescent school, not a mental institution. Of course the time period of the book is much earlier than now so it is more understandable why they were upset. Hopefully parents now are less ig...
  • Deborah's Husband
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    Stop, Think, and Listen Before Speaking When people speak before thinking or even listening to what is being said, the breakdown of communication can happen rapidly. Poor listening habits can negatively affect business and personal relationships. Here is a situation where poor listening habits and poor thinking skills had a negative impact and hindered the communications between a leader of a Family Readiness Group (FRG) and the FRG members. In July of 2003, 1/87 Infantry Battalion deployed to c...
  • Technical Reason For Deborahs Affair
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    The Affair In this paper I will try to explain to you why Deborah Bronski had an affair with Christopher de Monti when she knew it was wrong. Deborah and Christopher are both characters in the book Mila 18 by Leon Uris. In Deborahs childhood there were some reasons that could have caused her to have an affair. Her childhood is outlined below with some of the things that may have caused her to have this affair. Deborah Androfski married Paul Bronski at the age of eighteen. Deborah stepped into th...
  • Dr Fried Promises Deborah
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    I Never Promised You a Rose Garden Esther and Jacob Blau drive their sixteen-year-old daughter Deborah to a mental hospital for treatment after a failed suicide attempt. Deborah, suffering from schizophrenia, retreats into a world of her own making, the Kingdom of Yr, when the real world proves too frightening and confusing. Deborah is pleased to see that there are bars on the hospital's windows, but her parents cringe when they hear a high scream inside. Jacob and Esther decide to tell Deborah'...
  • Hornby States To Deborah
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    A Kind of Alaska by Harold Pinter Deborah critic- When Deborah, who has been in a comatose state for twenty-nine years, finally awakens, her first sight is of a person she does not know. Deborah does not know where her family is, and she is confused. She does not understand what the doctor, Hornby, is telling her. Hornby is trying to explain to Deborah what has happened to her. Deborah tells him, There's something very shady about you (13). Deborah does not know why, but she does not like Hornby...
  • Nancy Morgan Hart And Mammy Kate
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    History raves about the heroics of men in the Revolutionary War, but few instances are mentioned of women. Yet during every step of the passage to Freedom, women were there. They helped in ways as courageous as fighting beside men on the battlefield like Deborah Samson, being the ultimate Patriot, doing things like spying, to marching Tories (people who remained loyal the English King) to the gallows like Nancy Morgan Hart, and even saving her master from the Redcoats as slave Mammy Kate did. De...
  • Due To Rojack S
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    In almost every genre of literature there is the classic antagonist, and the classic protagonist. When examining these characters, there are certain guidelines which authors follow. However, there are times in literature when the classic guidelines are broken, and a new prototype emerges. Contemporary writer Norman Mailer broke the mold of the classic character (s) when writing the novel, An American Dream. In An American Dream, there is no set protagonist or antagonist. In fact, Mailer has take...

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