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  • Comparing the Foreign Policy of Presidents George W. Bush and Bill Clinton

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    Comparing the Foreign Policy of Presidents George W. Bush and Bill Clinton Towards North Korea Since its creation after the Korean War in 1950, North Korea, also known as the Democratic People Republic of Korea (DPRK), has caused many problems for the United States. North Korea has, for instance, broken treaties and even gone so far as to threaten the use of nuclear weapons. Naturally, different presidents have dealt with North Korea in different ways. Take Eisenhower for example, he actually

  • First Son: George W. Bush and the Bush Family Dynasty by Bill Minutaglio

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    First Son: George W. Bush and the Bush Family Dynasty by Bill Minutaglio "First Son: George W. Bush and the Bush Family Dynasty" by Bill Minutaglio, details the history and upbringing of this year's Republican candidate and gives insight as to the impact his family heritage has had on him as a person, and who and what has influenced him as a politician. The biography is mostly nonjudgmental towards George W. Bush, but does paint an image of him and his family that is exactly what he has been

  • Alcoholics Anonymous An Open Meeting

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    Alcoholics Anonymous an Open Meeting Dominique Steinburg describes mutual aid as a process through which people develop collaborative, supportive, and trustworthy relationships; identify and use existing strengths and/or to develop new ones; and work together toward individual and/or collective psychosocial goals. (Steinburg, 2010) Alcoholics Anonymous is mutual aid group that supports individuals in their recovery from alcohol dependence. Established in the mid 1930’s, Alcoholics Anonymous was

  • Alcoholics Anonymous Essay

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    between 1935 and 1939 when Alcoholics Anonymous was an integral part of “A First Century Christian Fellowship” (Pitman 56). A.A. was the outcome of a meeting between Bill W., a New York stockbroker, and Dr. Bob S., an Akron surgeon. Both had been hopeless alcoholics (Fingarette 14).      Before this time, Bill and Dr. Bob had each been in contact with the Oxford Group, a mostly nonalcoholic fellowship that emphasized universal spiritual values in daily living(Fingarette 15)

  • Example Of Adlerian Group Therapy

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    Adlerian Theory and Therapy Before Adler’s theory about the psychology of growth in the 1920’s one widely accepted form of therapy was Freud’s psychoanalytic approach that posited physiological chemistry and sexual repression were the causes of neurosis. Freud’s psychoanalytic methodology was long and tedious, and focused more on the person as an individual outside and apart from society rather than being within it. Conversely, Adler contended that all people are born into a group (family) and

  • Alcoholics Anonymous : Personal Observation

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    meetings. Alcoholics Anonymous Alcoholics Anonymous began in 1935, on June 10. This date is known as the day that one the co-founders, Bob Smith, of Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) reached sobriety (Gross, 2010). As Gross (2010) states, Bill Wilson, who was a newly sober alcoholic, met Smith and used the techniques, the 12-Steps of Alcoholics Anonymous, Wilson used on himself to help cure Smith of

  • Summary Of Bill W. And Dr. Bob Play

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    On June 4, 2015 at 7:30pm I attended Bill W. and Dr. Bob play by Stephen Bergman and Janet Surrey at the Trustus Theatre in Columbia, South Carolina. I have always seen this theatre in passing and always wanted to go see a play, but I just never took the time out to do so. This play was my first play I have ever seen in person, and I must say I was a little apprehensive but it turned out to be nothing I expected it would be. As I watched the play, the dynamics of Alcoholism stuck out to me the most

  • Alcoholics Anonymous ( Aa ) Meeting

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    Alcoholics Anonymous I attended the Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) meeting held at the Westhampton United Methodists Church, 6100 Patterson Ave, 23226, which is 3.8 miles away from my home. The meeting started at 7:30pm and was structured as an open meeting that welcomed beginners. I utilized website to search for AA meetings in the Richmond Area. There were about 30-40 meetings offered a day within a 15-mile radius of my home zip code. I selected the RVA YPG because I assumed Y in

  • Alcoholics Anonymous : A History, Its Implications And The Meeting

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    Alcoholics Anonymous: A History, its Implications and the Meeting Support groups, how well do support groups actually benefit individuals and how are these support groups incorporated so that the techniques can actually assist someone? In researching this particular topic of Alcoholic Anonymous the results indicated that there is a diversity of AA groups. Although they all have the same objective there are variations in methods and techniques which are implemented to be able to infiltrate the

  • A Man With Good Standards

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    A Committed Man Louis Weldon, a man with good standards, has done a lot for other people within the community. He attends the Alcoholic Anonymous meetings for recovering alcoholic and drug addicts. Twelve years of sobriety is what Mr. Louis has to show for the ones that are in need of his help. The A.A. meetings are where a lot of the members come to him for help or look up to him as a mentor. Mr. Louis tries to lead people in the right direction after they have reached the darkest place in their