Analysis #2 - When Ms Davis told us that she was in MAD I...

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When Ms. Davis told us that she was in MAD, I was confused because I did not know what MAD was. I figured that it was an organization of traumatized people since I was informed on September 2nd that on September 7th we should be prepared for an emotion day. I would have liked it if Ms. Davis gave some incite of what MAD is, for all the people who may not have known, like myself. So in the beginning I was a little confused on what she was talking about.   When she started talking I was thinking the worse possible outcomes of why we had to be prepared for an emotional day. I thought maybe she was raped or held captive or something of an extreme situation. However, when she started talking I had a feeling that the topic was something more close to home then I thought. She began by having us name people that we cared for, and because I love to talk and participate, part of me wanted to raise my hand and name everybody I love. But in spite of this I kept my hand down because I sensed at the end the people I named will get involved. I felt slightly
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This note was uploaded on 09/09/2011 for the course ENC 1102 taught by Professor Blasdel during the Fall '08 term at University of Central Florida.

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Analysis #2 - When Ms Davis told us that she was in MAD I...

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