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McFarlane describe the human response to a traumatic event and the ability of the meaning one attaches to a traumatic event to affect the victim just as much as the event itself.
In this paper I will demonstrate the near-perfect compatibility of the traumatic symptoms of Junko and Miyake in light of the description of trauma articulated by van landscaoe Kolk and McFarlane. The memory and personal reconstruction landcsape the traumatic event can rival the traumatic event itself in terms of harmful effect.
Landscape With Flatiron
The passage of time has no effect on the propinquity of the traumatic harukii because, in post-traumatic stress disorder PTSDthe individual does not integrate the traumatic event within his life, it exists outside it and eventually comes to frame his life Both Junko and Miyake suffer from persistent intrusions of memories of their respective traumatic experiences and compulsive reexposure to the latter.
Though Miyake only landsccape clues to the traumatic event controlling his life, he perhaps assumes responsibility for the trauma by admonishing himself. Junko, on the other hand, manifested her trauma in both her inability to modulate arousal and her distractibility.
She could never finish anything she started…It hurt her to breathe, and the rhythm of landwcape heart became irregular. Common to both Junko and Miyake are manifestations of compulsive reexposure to flatjron trauma and the persistent intrusion of the memory into their psyches. In addition to this persistence of memory, both characters find ways of reexposing themselves to their respective traumas.
Miyake revictimizes himself in his deterministic discussion of premonitions. This self-destructiveness is a hallmark of compulsive reexposure to an initial trauma the reader never discovers. Van der Kolk, Bessel A. Julie Rivkin and Michael Ryan.
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Landscape with Flatiron by Haruki Murakami
There you will have the option to edit or delete them. I now see what you meant with your comment on my submission. Your introduction is very clear-cut and to the point. In fact, your introduction closely resembles the overviews we have in our RR readings. From a logical aspect, I can see harkui this paragraph is placed where it is; nonetheless, I feel that the transition between it and its preceding paragraph rough.
And though the ideas are related, I felt as though you took a rather large leap from one train of thought to another.
You jump right into the latter, but the flow feels interrupted. I recommend either separating them via splitting the paragraphs or conjoining the first half of it with the preceding paragraph. Once again, I really wanted to commend you for your very linear approach to proofs.
You did a great job in bringing your reader to your conclusion that memory of a traumatic event can be more revealing than the event lxndscape.
The penultimate paragraph really was the highlight of this paper for me. Your conclusion did a great job of bringing everything together.
Francomano asked us to avoid otherwise, great essay! Your email address will not be published.
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