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Analysis Summary: Being able to conduct this interview in a proper manner is extremely important to me. Based on my own experience when people are in a distraught mood they rarely want to be bother yet alone asked tons of questions that will not help better there condition. I myself have suffered from anxiety and depressions which was caused by lack of support from my friends and family members. My relationship at the time was not as healthy as it use to be and this also played a huge role in the way I felt about myself and others. However since I have experience both sleeping disorders and mental health conditions I believe I will be a great person to accompany advice from. I am a very empathetic person and tend to feel very sympathetic towards people from are experiencing the same issues that I have in the past. I believe that there is allot of things that can be influence by a persons age, gender and ethnicity however I am not the type of person to choose sides or points fingers at who is right and wrong. The worst feeling in the world can be having to rely on other when you know that their opinion doesn't really matter.
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  • Fall '18
  • Semi-structured interview, Saul McLeod

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