you are soley responsible for all the choices in your life. Taking control of my choices can help me build more trust in my ability to take care of myself by putting myself to use and interpet alot of things. You should always have the upper hand taking control of your thoughts instead of letting your thoughts control you. Taking control of your life by making your own decisions and your own choices is essential to recovery. It will help you to feel better about yourself and may even help you to relieve some of the symptoms that have been troubling to you.Having a positive outlook is a choice. You can choose to think thoughts that elevate your mood, throw a more constructive light on difficult situations or color your day with brighter, more hopeful approaches to the things you do. These exercises help me choose a positive outlook on life. Once I begin to shift out of my negative frame of mind and see life as filled with possibilities and solutions instead of worries and obstacles, I was able to think clearly on the choices I have made. Choosing to think more positively will not only help me take control of my life but it will also help me make everyday experiences more pleasant. Self-awareness and self-analysis are the tools we possess to get a clear picture of ourselves as we really are. it's important because we all have flaws and hurts. We need to foucs on what our stuff is and work on it instead of avoiding it or denying it. Having a positive attitude, being honest with…
Show how the writers in texts of your choice explore the tension in male-female relationships between a hankering for emotional security on the one hand and sexual fulfilment on the other
In all the texts studied it is clear that there is a desire for both emotional security and sexual fulfilment. However, it is interesting to observe how great an influence these two instinctive needs hold over the characters, and their power in shaping, and arguably beginning, otherwise unforeseeable events.…
In today’s society, many teenagers feel the need to have and to attend parties just to have a good time. When in reality, their parties lead to a bad time for most. At these parties one will find teenagers drinking all types of alcohol and taking illegal drugs. Underage drinking has been a huge factor these past few years and there are several reasons why. Teenagers always fear they will not fit in, therefore, they will do whatever it takes to fit in. With underage drinking comes many costly consequences…
Choices are very significant. They have significance on the decision maker, the people around the decision maker, and even on people who the choice maker may not know. The significance of a choice can be seen in the short story “The Roads We Take”, by O. Henry, and in the poem “The Road Not Taken”, by Robert Frost.
A choice obviously has a great significance on the choice maker. Sometimes this choice can even change a person’s life completely,…
The Choice is yours- After all grants and scholarships (if any) are exhausted you may want look into getting a student loan to pay for your education. How to pay for your education can be a decision you have to live with for many years, so before you jump into the pool, know how deep it is.
(Cover the slide)
* Subsidized Stafford loans (interest does not start to accrue until graduation)
* Covers up to $8,500 annually $65,000 total
* Repayment begins six months after graduation…
Anderson Villanueva, Brandon Cardona, Sami Taib
ESL 3 Block 1
Prompt: Explain why EBHS should consider "your life your choice" positive advertising
East Boston High School (EBHS) should consider "your life your choice" because
smoking is a big problem here in EBHS and this campaign could help to show some
consequences of smoking and generate some consciousness. First, smoking has several
consequences. For example according to the National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA)…
Choose two poems of your choice and discuss how Browning uses dramatic monologues to present his characters.
‘Will’t please you sit and look at her?’ Dramatic monologue is a poem that has a fictional narrator; character and setting that represents the main characters point of view. The objective of the monologue is to reveal not the poet’s own thoughts but the mind of the lead character of the poem, the speaker. Dramatic Monologue was used frequently by Robert Browning in all his poems. Two of…
Erick Orozco Basaldua
Mrs. Carol Lane
4 July 2015
It’s Your Choice
In the short essay, “Don’t Blame the Eater,” David Zinczenko argues that fast food companies hold responsibility for the growing problem of child obesity and Type-2 diabetes due to its low prices, numerous locations and lack of consumer information. With children lacking income, fast food is often the only thing they could afford. This lack of money with the amount of fast-food restaurants there are in this country make…
than 30% of your calories from fat. This item contains 3% saturated fat. Limit saturated fat to 10% of total calories daily.
49% of calories are from carbohydrate.
Sodium: 940 milligrams
People with diabetes often have high blood pressure. Sodium intake can affect blood pressure.
Side: large fruit cup
Calories 70 , Total Carbohydrate 17g, Dietary Fiber 2g, Sugars 14g, Protein 1g , Vitamin C 40%, Iron 2%
Fat: 0 grams
No fat. Zero saturated fat.
excessive CO2 emissions (El-Sadek, 2010). It costs a lot in increased emissions such as global warming and worse climate conditions including sea level rise in Egypt. It becomes important to the need of energy in the desalination plant directly related to choice which energy to use (ibid). Table 2 p11 estimated CO2 emissions and cost of energy by source calculated on the basis of average energy needs of 6.09 kWh/m3 for a desalination plant. It seemed that desalination may be harmful to environment which depended…
3. Critically evaluate the debates surrounding the continuity of Bretton Woods’s institutions. Which of these institutions would you recommend to be discontinued? Justify your choice.
While preparing to rebuild the international economic system after WWII, 730 delegates of the 44 allied nations met in New Hampshire, United States, to form the Bretton Woods agreement. The aim was to set up rules and regulations to stabilize the global monetary system and ensure the free movement of capital…