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    The first counseling session was an introductory time for me and Counselor, Janine King to become acquainted. Janine introduced her techniques and her journey to becoming a counselor. I shared my counseling journey, my academic goals, and the areas that I wanted to focus on during the ten weeks. The session ended by creating a road map of the areas in my life that might be explored. In session two, Janine went over my MMPI results and inquired about my life story. It was interesting to

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    Session one was an introductory session. Janine King was my counselor and introduced her techniques and her journey of becoming a counselor. I shared my counseling journey, my academic goals, and the areas that I wanted to discuss. The session ended by mapping out a schedule of counseling sessions to fulfill academic requirements and prayer. In session two, Janine went over my MMPI results with me and inquired about my life story. It was interesting to learn that Janine’s MMPI results

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    intellectual figure among Romans (Dudley 1). Lucius’ theory of happiness is one that I concede with. Happiness is a feeling of elation that furnishes your body with warmth and leaves a smile on your face. That sense of happiness results from family vacations, occurs because people feel content with life, and is affected by family because people have others to share positive times and negative times together. Happiness has a direct correlation with family

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    the American tradition of summer vacation, the commonly experienced mid-life crisis, anxiety about change, and fear of one’s own mortality. E.B. White’s “Once More to the Lake” is a memorable piece of American literature that continues to be relatable today because of its emphasis on growing old and facing one’s own mortality, as told through an American lens. The essay takes place during summer vacation in the early 20th century. The speaker has fond memories of summertime when his father rents

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    Filled with excitement to visit his favorite vacation spot, Elwyn Brooks White would travel with his family every August to Belgrade Lakes, Maine, and stay there throughout the month. White was always filled with excitement whenever he traveled to the lake as child, because of the joyful memories he created. Time proceeds and White relives his experience by taking his son to the lake to relive what White refers to as “old haunts” In E.B. White’s reflective essay, “Once More to the Lake”, White employs

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    An individual’s childhood memory has impacted them in some way whether it be emotionally or physically. From one memory to another, good or bad, develops the entity of a person’s personality or logic. I considered one of my worst memories a favorite memory because, from that experience, I gained development as an individual. The start of that development occurred on vacation without my parents attending. Like any other child, I became very enthusiastic of the whole idea of freedom and self-guidance

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    “Once More to the Lake,” by E.B White is a short story that provokes reflection by exploring familial relationships and human relation to time. It narrates the tale of a man who spent his childhood summers with his family at a rented lake property in Maine. After years apart from the sacred place, he decides to return with his son. To the narrator’s relief, the lake and its surroundings appear to be the same, at least on the surface. However, he overlooks the decades that have passed and refuses

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    White’s childhood memory and mortality. White begin the essay by recalling the memory which he and his family went to a lake for a summer vacation. Years later, White revisited the lake with his son, and started to remember the moments with his father. He started to go through the details of his childhood vacation and felt like his son was now experiencing the same experiences. In fact, White mentioned he has an identity crisis because he could not differentiate or distinguish the old memory from the

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    Disney World. A family vacation to Disney World is the perfect trip for me. While most people consider vacations to be relaxing, the perfect vacation for me is one that takes months to plan and days that consist of waking up early and not stopping until well past dark. This is exactly what Walt Disney World is to me. Walt Disney World can often be an intense environment. When my family travels there, we are constantly doing activities, all day during every day of vacation. Disney has fast passes

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    talked specifically about their vacations and travel history. They both lived in quietude and enjoy the natural beauty. Although after reading the articles I find that they both have traveled in the past, but have an almost similar back story. E.B White in “One more to the lake” talk briefly about his experience as a child. He used to take vacations as a child with his dad in Maine. As he tells the story, while on a vacation with his son and family. He imagined his childhood and find so many similarities

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