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This brings about another challenge, as they have to struggle in order to cater for the needs of the family. With the responsibility of taking care of the family, the two brothers and their eldest sister move to seek employment opportunities, which ideally is a tough task but since there is no alternative, they are forced to settle for any menial jobs available for them. For the two brothers, they take up jobs in the neighborhood at Pye’s family.
With such background information, this paper analyses the case of Luke, the older of the two brothers currently in their late teens. Luke despite being the older son in the family, is not good academically, and with the realization of the responsibility ahead, forgoes his college education dreams to allow his brother Matt who despite being younger is better academically. Ideally, in an instance of not completing the book, it is evident that Luke would have become a greater individual in the society considering his hard work and the act of scarify he has shown. The ability of an individual to sacrifice the opportunity of a college education for a brother despite not being sharp academically requires a big heart and one that has a focus for the betterment of the future.
The aspect of forgoing college by Luke for his brother Matt, who happens to be Kate, their sister’s favorite seems to cause some rift between the two brothers. Luke feels bad about the sister looking down upon him based on academic reasons despite the sacrifice Luke is able to make for the better of the whole family. Had I been in Luke’s shoes, it is very possible I would have the same feeling towards Kate. Despite the back draws that Luke has experienced in life, it is evident that his life as an old man will be one of success. Unlike his brother Matt, who despite receiving a sacrifice from his brother Luke, is still involved in misbehavior by getting involved with Pye’s daughter Maria, getting her pregnant, forcing him out of
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Family health requires nursing interventions that influence the family assessment by health care providers. Friedman developed an assessment model that helps nurses collect family information necessary for determining family health.
These questions give the interviewee the opportunity to explain and expand their answers. The family represents the primary social group and influences or is influenced by other institutions and people in the society. Each family has culturally related health beliefs and values that influence the family structure, health-seeking behavior, and relationships with health providers.
After reading about the Morrison family in the novel Crow Lake, select the two (2) assessment categories you perceive as most relevant for promoting their health. Provide the rationale for your selection. (900 words) The notion of what family consists of has definitely changed over the years.
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