The topic of falling in love is expansive; the research needed to even take a slight hold of the concept is overwhelming, as well as mind-boggling. “Falling in love” is a monumental moment in an individual’s life; “butterflies in the stomach, dizziness, and walking on clouds” are mostly used to describe the feeling of falling in love. Many chemical reactions happen when individuals fall in love. There are feelings of euphoria and wholeness when people experience love. Essentially, there are two ways to fall in love. The first way to fall in love gradually over time; and the second is to experience love at first sight. Many prefer the first, since society has shaped love to be sacred and fragile, yet powerful. What many do not understand, after many surveys and researches, is that people who experience love at first sight feel the same powerful and emotional connections that people who fall gradually in love feel. Behind these feelings of instant attraction are the subconscious influences of family and society, which aid in the rapid attraction in two individuals. Family is the first thing an individual comes across when he or she is welcomed into this world. Infants and toddlers learn how to love, just like how they learn to talk, to walk and to run. All human beings are born with the capacity and the ability to love; yet actually doing so is a subtle, but needed process. As we grow up, we get closer and closer to society, where most our skills are obtained. Our setting…
sources: desire, emotion, and knowledge.” According Merriam and Webster, “Emotion is defined as an aware mental reaction personally experienced as a strong feeling usually directed toward a specific object and typically accompanied by physiological and behavioral changes in the body”. Emotions are in the mind and body. Emotions do not just happen to people; they have control over them do to the fact people interrupt things differently. Emotions are universal and that allows us to see emotions with other…
August 10, 2014
Impulsiveness and Extreme Emotions
In most circumstances and situations, impulsiveness and going to the extreme in your emotions leads to regret and more problems. In Kate Chopin’s “Désirée’s Baby”, Désirée’s husband Armand Aubigny is spontaneous and does not put much thought into his decisions. He also goes to the extreme in his feelings. This attitude leads to pain and suffering for himself and those close to him. This story highlights…
Love is the world’s greatest mystery. It is a feeling that holds the most happiness and the most extreme sadness or anger. “Somewhere I have never travelled” by e. E. Cummings and “Psalm 183” by Joseph Zitt show love in their individual way, ways we can all connect to. BY comparing and contrasting these two poems, we recognize that many interpretations of love exist. Moreover, it is clear that love can hold various definitions
These poets effectively use imagery as an important instrument to depict…
By now you should understand the basic machinery of running processes, including how to context-switch between processes and the details therein. Thus, the low-level mechanisms should be clear. However, we have yet to understand the high-level policies that the OS scheduler employs. In this note, we will do just that, presenting a series of scheduling policies (sometimes called disciplines) that people have developed over the years. We will now develop some scheduling…
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Sunday, October 5, 2014
“Like Is Not Love, Love Is Not Like”
Like and love are two completely different things. When a person likes somebody, he or she is just getting to know that person and trying to figure out if there is something more between the two of them. Like is just making friends, so it is not as deep as love is. People do not really know if they are going to grow to be the best of friends or discover that they really do not like each other…
Webster's Dictionary defines love as, "A strong feeling of attraction resulting from sexual desire, enthusiasm, or fondness." But to me, love is not just a feeling, it is the way that you treat the ones you care for. Everyone should treat loved ones so considerately through their actions, that they will know that they are loved and cared for. Love in my eyes, is making that sacrifice for someone, knowing that you might regret it sooner or later. Love is how you make another…
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1. Block scheduling allows more individualized attention to the students than a traditional schedule.
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2. Block scheduling has decreased the number of disruptions in my classroom.
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3. Block scheduling has provided more planning time to increase the quality of instruction.
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4. Block scheduling allows students to increase their achievement (overall grade) in my classroom
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Name: YILING DAI (Elaine)
Title: Everyone has different emotions in specific situations, whether the good mood or the bad mood, it do affect the people’s acts and life. Evaluate to what extent this is true.
Tutor’s name: IAN GLENCROSS
Word account: 854
Subtitle: Emotion and emotional effects & health
Emotions exert comprehensive influence on human beings. Emotion is generally be considered as a convoluted situation, it lead to the changes…
Motivated states that varies in intensity and pleasantness
comes from latin: set in motion, motivated state that involves physiological change ( increase of heart rate), effect how were thinking and our behavioral response.
all emotions have a physiological change!
-How it works
Types of Q’s
Baseline-really easy questions to answer, that dont cause you to have a physiological arousal, normal heart rate, no sweating
Control-cause a little…