hum111 week1dqs - Dq1 Dealing with abuse in any kind of way...

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Dq1 Dealing with abuse in any kind of way from, mental to physical can be difficult on anyone. Counseling is one of the major things to help someone get through this kind of situation. It always helps a person to talk about their situations. Counseling will show people different ways to deal with abuse. Many people do not think there is a way out! Psychologists can give great advice on how to get out of these types of relationships. Many people who are abused in any kind of way tend to have low self-esteem about themselves. They tend to be quiet and are afraid to discuss anything with anyone. Discussing what and why they are in this situation is helpful. Sometimes people going through this have something in their past, that causes them to live in this kind of environment. Recognizing why they are staying in this situation is the first step to getting out. Dq2 When President Bush made this statement, I think all Americans accepted this. American people were devastated and angry of what the terrorists had did to our country. Since then, President Bush received a lot of negativity from the American people. The statement, "Either you are with us, or you are with the terrorists" was not the correct way to voice his words. Under this kind of stress that he was under, I personally believe people can say things
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This note was uploaded on 05/06/2011 for the course HUM/111 111 taught by Professor Marilyntrollope during the Spring '10 term at University of Phoenix.

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