final paper - Everyone has their own comfort spot. By this,...

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Everyone has their own comfort spot. By this, i simply mean a physical or emotional place where one identifies with his her self, and finds peace. There are infinite possible comfort spots, be it one's own bed, in a certain car, the memory of a past-time, etc. These periods of solace are a true necessity to maintaining an optimistic perspective on life. In times of stress or depressing moods, we rely on our comfort thoughts. It is because of this concept that I decided to examine these "happy places" not just in myself, but those closest to me as well. I have dissected the reasons for particular comfort spots and developed the thesis that it requires time away from these states or areas of solace to truly appreciate them as something they identify themselves most with. Before i began interviewing my family, I first asked my self the same question, pondering what my own comfort spot is. I quickly realized that this particular topic requires a decent bit of contemplating. Upon careful consideration, I decided my
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This note was uploaded on 07/12/2010 for the course SOCIOLOGY 201 taught by Professor Smith during the Three '10 term at University of Adelaide.

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final paper - Everyone has their own comfort spot. By this,...

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