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    1. What does the writer want us to believe? What does the writer most want to convince us of? Where is the writer going with this? If the writer had to make their point in just one sentence, what would they say?

      I need to practice asking myself these questions, or I should ask myself these questions before reading a text. It will improve my reading and comprehension.

      What does the writer want us to beleive? What is the writer trying to convince us of? If the writer had to make their point in one sentence what would they say? Where is the writer going with this?

      • that last one is a big one because all of us have had this moment of, "what the hell are they trying to say? Get to the point!"
    1. esearch can lead us to develop an argument of our own

      This would be very helpful because sometimes I find that I latch on to others ideas and it's hard for me to develop an argument of my own. I would like to strengthen this

    1. Specifically, social workers assist families by making referrals for alcohol and drug assessments, inpatient and outpatient treatment programs, family therapy, and support groups such as Alcoholics Anonymous

      What is the success rate of these programs? They DO NOT work... People with addiction problems need one on one help so they can understand their situation and what's going on i in their heads, and how they are impacting their children....

      The groups give them a swamp/ place to dwell. With Lillian, it was a place for her to feel sorry for herself and for others to "comfort" her. When she came home, we were the bad guys for not understanding.

      • programs are not a one size fit all. If they work at all.
    1. the caregiver and the quality of the relationship (33), functioning as a mediator of attachment experiences (34). These representations tend to be extended into adulthood (17). In certain cases, parents are not able to provide a safe haven for their children, offering them frightening or unpredictable caregiving (27). As a consequence, experiences of interpersonal trauma can be detrimental to the core conceptual system (35) and can become permanently imprinted in an individual’s internal working model (31), including ensuing long-lasting effects on attachment and interpersonal relationships in later life

      Abuse can start as early as infancy and continue to affect the child into adulthood.

      I was correct when I said that I think the lack of nurture as a child and the lack of parents affect my confidence and the way that I view relationships.

      Childhood is where you begin to develop confidence... think self soothing. When they don't fear things continuously they feel same and they feel secure.