Psychological Perspective

Psychological Perspective - Presented by Tim Coffin Mandy...

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Click to edit Master subtitle style 5/12/09 Psychological Perspective Presented by: Tim Coffin, Mandy Cantrell, Paul Herbert, Robert Bean, Robby Kuzdale, Harris Walker
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5/12/09 Two roads diverged in a yellow wood, And sorry I could not travel both
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5/12/09 First Stanza He’s all by himself Mind vs. inner self No companions About to analyze each path mentally Mental toughness or mental weakness Long I stood-all by himself
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5/12/09 Second Stanza Yellow wood and grass could be distractions Shrubbery-worn down by natural growth, wear and tear…..grass and trees; more tempting? Mystery? Because less people have traveled it Footprints-worn down; suggests that people have already walked through it Both paths are conflict
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5/12/09 3rd Stanza In retrospect- he’s delighted with his decision because he supports his decision with all his own beliefs Should he conform….no he didn’t and he is
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