Week 9 Day 7 BEH 225 Final Project An Interview of Starr Miller

Week 9 Day 7 BEH 225 Final Project An Interview of Starr Miller

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Starr Miller 1 Starr Miller; A Further Look Sonja Saltzgiver Axia College of University of Phoenix
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Starr Miller 2 Starr Miller is a 40 year-old woman. She has suffered from Fibromyalgia since birth and has dealt with several ailments that have brought her to her current health condition. Starr is the youngest of three girls who were raised in the State of Michigan. Starr stated that her family moved around a great deal, so making long time friends was a very difficult task. Starr felt a detachment from her mother and attributes this to the conversation she overheard as a child. She stated that the conversation was between her parents where her mother stated that she did not want her, and that her father said that he would take care of Starr if she followed through with the pregnancy. This caused severe animosity between mother and daughter. Starr was born with health concerns and continued to suffer from additional ailments throughout her childhood. As her sister, I remember her being sick a great deal. She was aloof and did not like to be touched. She seemed to always be in pain. Starr broke bones easily and was always with a cast on one limb or another. After interviewing my sister, Starr, I learned that we grew up with different rules and regulations. (Miller, 2009) She had a different set of rules due to the fact that my father set them and my mother did not want to deal with her. I am not sure if that was beneficial or not, but the past cannot be changed. We can only learn from it. Both, Starr and I, prefer to study in the peace and quiet of our home. We both believe the learning process is boosted with comfort and silence. Reading the instructions has given both of us better comprehension for learning, the verbal instruction loses something in translation. Because we both have had children, we have learned to study with noise. Heath is an issue with Starr and noise cannot be tolerated at times. I, on the other hand, can study with noise even though I prefer quiet. Starr reads at an incredibly fast rate. She attributes her learning to this fact. I am a Dyslexic and cannot read as fast. I still read, but not as often and not in the same manner.
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Starr Miller 3 We both feel we have above average intelligence but we are not rocket scientists. Starr has decided to go into the field of business management, while I am going into the field of information technology. Even though our fields of study are not close in relation, we found that the reasons for
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Week 9 Day 7 BEH 225 Final Project An Interview of Starr Miller

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