Feeling Essay Topics

“The Isabel Fish” by Julie Orringer

Even though many people have regrets, you have to realize you can’t hold them in if you want to move on. In “The Isabel Fish” by Julie Orringer Sage and Maddy lost their friend, Isabel, and both siblings have regrets about it. So to cope with their loss they both fight with each other and… View Article

Stop gambling

Today, I’m going to talk about gambling. Nowadays, gambling becomes a entertainment in our life. Some people go there just for fun, but most people go there for money, they think they can make money by gambling. As we known, only very few people can make money from gambling, the winner always not belong to… View Article

Social Reflection

I believe everyone has a purpose. We were not coincidentally placed on this planet we know as earth to just be. There is a greater, more profound reason we are here, interacting with others, making friends we can identify as family, and impacting the lives of those we come in contact with. Although many may… View Article

The Effect of Poor Family Relationship

A relationship between two people can have very different meanings. In some relationships such as two lovers, they can also be best friends because they share good communication. A relationship between a parent and child has a special bond because they share love, and affection for each other. However, there are times when a relationship… View Article

I Will Great This Day with Love in My Heart

Who is love by the author? The author love everybody because even if we have indifferences he knows that every quality we posses should be accepted and be love for what they have. What does the author love about this people? The author loves this people for who they are. Regardless of our indifferences he… View Article

Lost and Found

It’s a story that many people have lived through, from one side or the other. You’re a child in a busy department store, tethered to your mother’s side by her firm grip on your hand, your eyes constantly drawn left and right by the colorful displays. She lets go to grab something or talk to… View Article

Time and Client

“Yesterday is history. Tomorrow is a mystery. Today is a gift. That’s why its called the present” . Gifts of God to Human being. Yesterday is a canceled check; tomorrow is a promissory note; today is the only cash you have – so spend it wisely”. “Time is like an ice cream -use it before… View Article

Studio Art Potential Direction Statement

Throughout Unit 3, I have been exploring the themes of summer and how it causes girls to feel vulnerable and self conscious but also how it allows girls to feel carefree and relaxed. The following potential directions are for my two artworks for Unit 4, the first artwork being a collection of 2D works and… View Article

Emotional Intelligence

The purpose of this paper is to describe the differences between traditional cognitive intelligence and emotional intelligence. It will also address the use of emotional intelligence concepts in the work life, home life, and personal life. There are many possible definitions of emotional intelligence. In accordance with an article titled “Theory, Findings, and Implications” written… View Article

The Black Balloon Essay

INTRODUCTION: The Black Balloon directed by Elissa Down is a film about a family living with an autistic son. Throughout the movie, Thomas feels embarrassed being Charlie’s brother, he feels left out not only at school but at home too. Thomas is the main focus of not fitting in but he is not the only… View Article

Advanced Counselling Skills

1. Understand the process of a series of counselling sessions. 1.1 Identify the stages of a series of counselling sessions. A well-structured counselling session provides an essential framework for both counsellor and client. Many authors describe the structure of a counselling work in terms of a beginning, middle phase and end Jacobs (2004). Gray (2004)… View Article

My Proudest Moment

Feeling proud of yourself is one of those moments where words cannot express the sensation it provides. It’s a feeling we rarely experience in life that makes you feel honorable and blissful within, even if the feeling is experienced through others. I first had this feeling when I was in the third grade. I got… View Article

Hybrid Model of Crisis

Introduction A crisis is said to be difficult to cope with, and it comes from a past or present event an individual may be dealing with. This can cause the individual to lose focus on life, depression, and intolerable difficulty wanting to do anything. An individual will have difficulty completing present and future goals if… View Article

English leaving cert comprehension

Write a personal essay in which you explore the storytelling evident in music and song and its impact on you as a listener. Music; The art or science of combining vocal or instrumental sounds (or both) to produce beauty of form, harmony, and expression of emotion. There are many things in the world that I… View Article

The Psychological And Physical Effects

Discuss the psychological and physical effects of loss and grief: How might an ethical therapist incorporate this knowledge into his/her work? Base your answer of the theories and models presented in Module 7. It is a fact of life that every individual will experience loss and grief at some point in their lives but in… View Article

Fishing on the Susquehanna

This poem is narrated in first person, focusing on the imaginations and the power of the imagination from an art painting called “Fishing on the Susquehanna”. The reader seems to be more focused on delivering his message describing how he has never had any experience of fishing on a river, but carries on to explain… View Article

Literary Analysis of an Unseen Extract

Literary analysis of an unseen extract: how does the author engage the reader through the use of literary devices in your given extract? The first line ” In the middle of nowhere… ” grabs the readers attention because it gets the reader wondering why this person is in the middle of nowhere, It gives the… View Article

The Reader and Hughes

The first statement is an irony because young Langston said he was saved when in actual fact he was not saved . He only pretended to be saved so that he could save more trouble. The purpose of writing “Salvation” is to show the difference in the way of thinking between the young and old… View Article

Poetry of Nature

Many poets are inspired by the impressive persona that exists in nature to influence their style of poetry. The awesome power of nature can bring about thought and provoke certain feelings the poet has towards the natural surroundings. If you bear in mind the disposition of some of the things in life that move us… View Article

Poetry essay

?How does Owen Sheers use language, form and structure to explore ideas about separation and division in ‘Winter Swans’? The Poem ‘Winter Swans’ seems to convey a strong theme of natural love. The poem begins with setting a scene of a peaceful day, where nature seems to be stilled after the torrential weather that is… View Article

African American

Poetry can evoke strong feelings in readers. Select three poems we’ve read and examine the literary techniques the poets used to evoke a reader’s emotional response (note: not your emotional response. ) How do the poets’ various techniques connect to their readers’ feelings? Because a writer wants to evoke strong feelings into their writings, they… View Article

The Stranger Chapter One Commentry

In chapter one of the stranger Camus have used special techniques and skills to portrait Meursault’s inner character without direct reference. Camus has achieved this using different diction, sentence structure, metaphors, contrasts and other types of literature techniques. Each line is carefully done so that readers can quickly grasp the unique character of “the stranger”…. View Article

‘Coming Home’ by Marjorie Waters

‘Coming Home’ by Marjorie Waters is a personal essay which describes the author’s feelings upon returning home after a long time and how she recovers from her deep grief caused by losing a loved one to death. The author narrates how she walks around the house, pulling back the curtains, dusting the dirt off, making… View Article

Literary Techniques

Kate Chopin’s “A Pair of Silk Stockings” and “Desiree’s Baby” are both great stories. Both literature give readers the smooth and easy transition throughout the story, and then leave the readers with disappointing and jaw dropping details in the end. Both of Chopin’s stories portray typical women who have different wants and needs and emphasize… View Article

Social Emotional Development

Further is known now than ever before about how young children acquire, reflect and develop. All children are born enthusiastic to discover their world and master their development. From formation to a child’s first day of kindergarten, development continues at a pace exceeding that of any stage of life. Infants, toddlers and preschoolers rapidly develop… View Article

The characteristics of freely chosen

Freely chosen means that a child is able to make his own choices of when, how and what to play. The only intervention for an adult is to make sure that the environment or play is suitable and safe. A play or leisure has to be voluntary, spontaneous, the child has to be willing to… View Article

Robots Good Or Bad

In 1954, George Devol created the first programmable and digital robot. At first, it was an accident. Since then, robotics has gone through a massive change in design and technology. More than a million industrial robots are now in use, nearly half are in use in Japan. During the 20th century, robots were simple and… View Article

What Is Literature?

What is literature? Nowadays, literature seems to be slowly depleting. Much of this generation’s youth are what we now call, illiterate. The advancements of technologies gradually helped the adolescents to become lazier. For example, text messaging. I know text messaging is a fun and easy way to communicate with your friends, but the amount of… View Article

Sandpiper: Culture and Husband

How does the author use literary techniques to enhance her theme in the story ‘Sandpiper’? “Sandpiper” by Ahdaf Soueif is a story about the narrator, who is a European woman that is recollecting her relationship with her husband and family, which shows the reader her feelings and how the husband has affected her life. The… View Article

Narrative Feeling

1. Identify three quotes from the dialogue that show how Bryce progressed in ethically identifying his emotions. The first quote from the dialogue shows how Bryce progressed in ethically identifying his emotions is “After a year of applying, interviewing, jumping through all the hoops, I finally realized nothing I did mattered. I just couldn’t take… View Article