Of the characters in the video, I would speak to Steve if I had the opportunity. I would tell him that it's not his fault that you and Kim are drifting apart, and I think you should try to work things out with Kim. It's not entirely his fault because they were both drinking and she led him to the car to have sex. I believe he should try to talk to Kim and re-establish a relationship. I think that Steve and Kim could at least be friends in the future and forgive each other. If Kim never forgives him, then I believe he should try to move on. Hopefully being in that situation taught him a lesson about drinking and sex and how he should be more careful and think about the consequences.
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The golds or the outcomes that I hope will occur as a result of my mentoring relationship are being able to grow no only as a person but also as a professional. Also, I want to be a lifelong person and always have a good attitude and look the positive side of negative situations. Another goal is to show the care that I will have for my mentor by always respecting his point of view. The desirable attributes that I possess is that I have a good sense of humor. However, I am a responsible person and respectful. Also, I am social and I like to converse about anything I like to fill the silence. Also, I am friendly and an easy going person. The ways that I will imply these attributes with my mentor is by always having a smile and have a good attitude.
Caroline, my sister, is the type of person who loves animals and says she wants to save the world. She thinks her jokes are the best, but she’s the only one that laughs. She is always willing to help someone out if they are stuck. She knows how to put a smile on someone's face. Whenever Caroline answers the phone, even if it wakes her from a nap, she always smiles first and then talks. “Because a smile can change any meaning” she always says. She is a 20 year old junior at “UW-Madison for my undergraduate degree in anthropology with certificates in archaeology and classics” (C. Schlinsog, Personal Interview, May 31, 2017). She is very smart, she is taking summer classes so she can graduate early and go on to graduate school. She has a big future ahead of her.
My friend ,Kendrick, is diligent and self-sufficent.He gives his best effort at everything that he does.One time Kendrick and I were at school walking to the cafeteria to have lunch. Before we opened the door to enter ,we was stopped by Mr.Douglas. Mr.Douglas was Kendrick's R.O.T.C instructor who had a high rank as sergeant major. He stopped us to talk to Kendrick about some important R.O.T.C business.
I didn’t learn how to read until 2ed grade.Beacuse parents divorced my dad would take me to school some days and my mom would take me others. Little did I know my mom would drink and get high after I went to bed at night. In the morning she would sleep in with a hangover so I got dressed and ready on my own. She would not wake till 11:00 so I would play dolls and watch cartoons all morning. Because of this, I missed about 30% of grades K-3. In 3ed grade me and my dad and stepmom learned of my moms addiction. I stopped seeing my mom for a long time. During that time I discovered the joy of reading. I started later than the others so I ended up at a low reading level but once I learned to read, well, I never stopped.Stories are
Virginia is a 53 year-old, heterosexual, African American female. Virginia has a long history of using crack cocaine. However, she has been clean of drugs for 6 months and for the past 1.5 months has been living in a residential recovery program group home. She has found a job as a dishwasher and desires to do the “right thing”. When asked to define the ‘right thing”, Virginia mentions to stay off drugs, stay off the streets, to stay clean, and save up money to move into her own apartment. Virginia did not complete the 11th grade. She mumbles when speaking and her speech is difficult to understand at times. When speaking to her, one often has to rephrase the question or revisit the question to get a more accurate response. Virginia enjoys
I understand and hold myself accountable for what I said. I feel bad and apologized. I may be reading things wrong but you give off an impression that you were totally in the right. If that’s how you truly feel than I really think that will become a serious problem in or relationship that we need to deal with sooner rather than later.
The fairy tales say that once upon a time a girl met a boy; they fell in love, and lived happily ever after. Reality is not that simple. Long-term relationships force couples to get to know each other, involve themselves in each others’ worlds, fight through the hard times, and eventually develop deeper connections through distinctive stages of Knapp’s relationship model. Although I have dated the same person for over two years, the stages of our communication make it seem as though I am now dating a different person following dissolution and subsequent repair. However, even the most exhilarating of roller coaster rides develop through a combination of ups and downs, much like the stages of a relationship.
So I came over to your house one day,and everything was pretty calm. We kissed a bit,you know,the usual. But then something just escalated,I kissed you everywhere on your neck and lips,I was biting and sucking on your neck,I told you to get up on me,so you did,and we were kissing,and then you started grinding on me,and I started choke kissing you ,and you were moaning like crazy,and it was amazing. So we started taking our clothes off,and I kissed you everywhere while you were still grinding,I was giving you hi kiss, where no one could see them ... So you took your pants off,and I threw you on the bed,and started kissing your neck again,and I reached my hand down,to touch your wet pussy,and ooh it was so wet ,and I started fingering you,and choke kissing you again,and your moans just filled the room. Then you pushed me off of you on to the wall,and you started kissing my neck,and you whispered in
We've been dating for over a year and a half now. I know I love him and that he loves me. He's seen me with almost no make up on before but this was different. He knows I'm very insecure. But right after I took a shower and all my make up came off I walked out with no make up and with my big old glasses on. When he saw me walk out he looked at me the same way he always does when he first sees me. A big smile on his face and his eyes sparkling. He told me I looked pretty. At first I laughed and said a joke about how I looked like a troll or something. But then he looked at me with a serious face and said you look beautiful. In that moment I believed him and all my insecurities went away in an instant. I gave him a big hug. We goofed around and
It has been a while since my family actually came together and did something as a whole. It wasn’t always like this, in the pass we use to come together every weekend and did simple things such as go to the park and just hand out with each other, having fun. For everyone in the family is very important to stay in touch with each other even though we don’t see each other as much as we wish we could. Some of the things that prevent us from having the get together as before is the fact that my parents have eight kids witch some have their own families and not all live in the same area making it hard to come together. The duration of the problem is increasing over time, affecting even the small children’s in the family and
A few of my favorite things are reading, making music, and sleeping. I play the flute, trumpet, piano, and I sing. I am seventeen years old and plan to go to Northwestern University next year. At NWU, I want to double major in Biology and Biochemistry. I have two older brothers, Nathan and Josh. Nathan is thirty while Josh is twenty-three. Nathan works at a software company as a tech-support person. Josh works as a music teacher for PreK to 12th grade in Willow Lake South Dakota. My mom is a critical care nurse at Sanford while my dad is a National Service Officer for Paralyzed Veterans of America. We have no pets because my dad is allergic to cats and dogs, but I did have a pet ladybug once. I am a hard worker and a perfectionist.
Throughout our life, we have plenty of relationships. Some good, some lousy, but we each learn something new from a relationship. We learn to grow and love ourselves and that person. As our growth and love increase, our relationships deepen and become stronger than they have been before. Yes, there are also arduous times in relationships, too. But if we persevere through it and stick to what we know is right, then everything turns out fine. All these good characteristics that we find in our relationships, can stem from our one relationship with Christ. Christ teaches us how to be loving and merciful and as we deepen our relationship with Him; our other relationships become happier and stronger.
Enrolling in this class is particularly important as my communication with my five teenage children have taken a dramatic nosedive since their father and I divorced.
Couple months ago I’ve decided to renew our living room and my bedroom furniture. Even though I was the initiator and the buyer, I had to tried for so long to convinced my mother to let me spend my money on these whole new sets of furniture. I’ve had a big help in this process though; my brother. He was the influencer and convinced my mother that it is time to renew our furniture. I’ve always hated them because there were used when we got them and I never got a chance to say no, because in that time it was all we could afford.
My network of relationships has expanded exponentially during my internship. Throughout the course of the project I have been assigned, I have met and worked with architects, owner agents, subcontractors, city personnel, and a few others. My network of relationships has also expanded within my organization as well by working closely with the leaders of the company.