In terms of behavior, a bad trip can be characterized by behavioral disorganization and psychomotor agitation.The bad trip is triggered by the consumption of the substance, although it is clearly influenced by the psychological state, the context, the quantity or the quality of the product.The use of the expression bad trip tends to become generalized in colloquial language to designate a "bad delirium".In some rare cases, the experience turns out to be sufficiently traumatic to cause lasting disorders grouped under the name of "persistent post-hallucinatory syndrome": anxieties, phobias, confusional state, depression or acute delusional flashes.The state of bad trip is supposed to have a certain duration, and differs in this from shorte...
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Good leadership vs. bad leadership.We have all had bad experiences with leaders and we should use these experiences to help us grow and become good leaders.My personal experience with poor leadership would be when leaders fail to recognize their team member’s individual talents and give the right assignments to the right people (Simonton).Bad leaders don’t just make themselves look bad, they make the company look bad as well.Characteristics of a poor leader.
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Doing so would only be contradictory towards my belief of hedonism.Also, hedonism states that good is pleasure and bad is pain.2) If I had the chance to get into the “experience machine” I would not, because the experience machine is known to counter ethical hedonism.One of the arguments against plugging into the experience machine is that the experience machine limits people to a man-made reality.A hedonist would state that all pleasure is good and pain is bad; however, one can experience pain and pleasure at the same time, which makes neither of them good or bad.
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Some people experience psychological disorders as a result of these bad memories.As the saying goes “experience is the best teacher” it is very important to avoid taking the pill as a method of forgetting bad memories.If the pill could prevent the occurrence of bad moments in life, then the advantages could automatically outweigh the disadvantages.Examples of bad experiences that could lead to bad memories include accidents like the car accidents or plane crashes, bomb blasts, rape, domestic violence among many others.Also, by focusing on the good and sometimes leaving bad things behind, we can easily improve the number of times we take part in bad memories.
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Death deprived Jim of better things in life, therefore it was extrinsically bad.But fairly quickly it becomes clear that badness is too vague a term.Once you break down badness into its intrinsic and extrinsic badness, it is obvious that death can be extrinsically bad for someone.(A4) If being dead is not a painful experience, then being dead is not bad for the one who is dead.It follows a logical, linear progression, plus its semi-positive outlook is appealing to its reader.
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Bad feelings can be vital clues that a health issue, relationship or other important matter needs attention”.It can also help us determine if what we are about to do is bad based on past experiences.Negativity, however, is unavoidable and should be excepted in order to live a healthy lifestyle.Stereotypes can cause negativity which leads to a healthy lifestyle in most cases, but also motivates people to better themselves by proving others wrong....la says, ‘It is impossible to avoid negative emotions altogether because to live is to experience setbacks and conflicts’(scientificamerican.com).
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His is now exemplifying bad faith in relation to his future.It should be noted however, that any of these examples of blurring the distinction between BEING and being are examples of bad faith.To live in any other way is to live in bad faith and is morally reprehensible to Sartre.Sartre asserted that bad faith does not arise simply because someone consciously chooses not to accept responsibility for his or her existence.If people can be held responsible for bad faith, then obviously Sartre felt that individuals should live in good faith.
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However, if I stop to think about why this person is so snappy, I might be able to see that it is not just the type of person that they are, but it is perhaps the situation that they were put in.Many times, however, it has to do with my situation as well.Even the group who was told that her behavior was situational had still believed that she was warm and friendly because of the way she was acting in the situation.Their bad attitude is just like another notch of bad onto the belt of bad day: another thing that went wrong.Each group assumed that because the woman behaved coldly, her personality was so.
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The biggest thing that bothered me about him was that he was stingy.He always gave me a hard time when the bills were due; also, he used my stuff without asking for example, sometimes he used my shampoo or laundry detergent instead of using his.College students should know the person that they will stay with and see if they have similarities with him or not before they decide to live together in the same room.He never did the dishes after he ate and that caused bad smells in the kitchen.One of the bad experiences is living with a roommate you don’t like.
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If they had a bad experience with a cat then they might claim to “know” that all cats are mean.Sometimes people have a bad experience once and then use that experience to block out any other knowledge.Therefor it is up to us to decide what we believe to be knowledge and what to be opinion.No matter how irrational that may be, people can convince themselves that because they had a bad experience, it means all cats are bad.People could choose to be completely scientific about cats and block out any knowledge having to do with emotion or experiences having to do with cats.
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If one no longer exists then being dead is not bad, and if being dead was bad, one would not exist to experience it.If Epicurus says that “pleasure is the first good and natural to us,” and agrees that one must be alive to experience pleasure then it stands that being alive is good.If after death people just become souls aimlessly drinking around the world then there would be no relation reason to fear death.When Epicurus says “death,” he did not mean the process of dying which could inflict pain and therefore be bad for us.Epicurus also did not mean the moment of death which could also be good or bad for us.
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In “Greasy Lake,” Boyle unquestionably shows us that maturing into adults is reliant upon what we experience in the past, and is also dependent on putting into action the lessons that we learn.Really bad characters do not drive their “parents’ whining station wagons” (129) or read intellectual French novels by Andre Gide.In the beginning, the main character (also the narrator) depicts his adolescence as “a time when courtesy […] went out of style, when it was good to be bad, when you cultivated decadence like a taste” (129).On the other hand, if we neglect to learn from our mistakes, we may be not only truly “bad characters,” but people of bad character.This was obviously true of Al, the dead biker, whose cause of death was due to the fl...
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This view seems unavoidable.A person who dies at age 92 has lived a full life to the best of his ability and has experienced more than someone who dies at age 32.This is how death is a deprivation, and ultimately, a bad thing for a person.Both of these situations would be equally bad situations.Life is good because we have the conscious ability to experience and appreciate all that life has to offer.
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I also have mixed feelings about death because even though I can refute the arguments that view it as bad, I still fear death.I believe that this is why it is feared, yet not known to be good or bad, because it is an irreversible unchangeable event.While other philosophers, like Thomas Nagel, hold the view that death is in fact bad because of the loss of the only thing we possess - life.Is it possible for death to be bad?If this logic can not prove death to be bad, yet it is still feared and fought to be avoided then what is the conclusion?
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Death is only bad because it deprives us of what life has to offer, not because the actual state is bad for us.Some people may believe that death is bad because it’s a deprivation of life and others may believe that death is good because it rids us from life.For an occurrence or happening to be possible it needs to be real and must synthesize with chronological experience to be valuable.In the first position, Nagel discusses that life may not be the accumulation of good or bad experiences i.e.Nagel objects and asks how can the period of non-existence after our death be bad, if the period before our birth is not bad?
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Sometimes the way for you to help a dog is to find the perfect human match for that dog.Don’t adopt the dog with the idea that your home is better than the previous one, because “anything would be better than that.” Help get the dog into a home that fits.People may have handled outings badly, so now the dog expects bad things to happen on outings.The dog coming to you from a bad start in life will not benefit from your having low expectations.When a dog has too many bad experiences of this world and too few good ones, it’s understandable that the dog doesn’t expect good things.
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The sources that people had a positive experience of evacuation because evacuees made new friends with host families.From my own knowledge I know that some evacuees and host families had good experiences but others had bad experiences.Many host families had bad experiences and some had good experiences with the evacuees.Dr. Penny Starns’s main point is that the evacuees didn’t have much of an experience he says ”only shared a sense of isolation and loneliness at a dangerous time of war.” This suggests that the evacuees only had the experience of being separated from friends and families.Many evacuees had bad experiences and some had good experiences with the host families.
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In conclusion, if we support the teens, we might be able to stop the intimidation.They too can experience anxiety or depression.If we try hard, we might be able to stop teenagers from killing themselves.In my opinion, I think bullying is a really bad thing!Teenagers can have a bad education, too.
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Having a bad experience such as getting sick after eating something would certainly create a negative thought about that food, causing one to avoid it in the future.Another common reason for not eating certain foods is for the lack of nutrients contained.I then went straight to the back seat of my father’s recently bought car.I was very young, and I decided after I had already eaten a sizable lunch that it would be a good idea to eat as many cheese curds I could possibly fit in my stomach.There are very few foods that I don’t eat because of bad experiences; therefore, most of the foods I avoid are a result of the small amount of nutrients contained in those foods.
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The appeal of the meal to some, is the best part, but there are so many things that go on behind the scenes to make your experience enjoyable and pleasurable.Doesn’t it seem that you only notice how good a restaurant is when you notice the same things going wrong in a bad one?If they build a great experience, customers tell each other about that, and word of mouth is very powerful!Eating out is an expensive business and you really want to be sure you get a good experience.Nothing is worse than a restaurant bursting at the seams with headache provoking noise levels, but a dissonantly silent room can be just as bad.
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My best writing experience made me believe that I can do better than this.While my worst writing experience made me want to try even harder.If I did not make bad grades I would not make good grades and if I did not make good grades I could never make bad grades.This became my best writing experience and my favorite.During this semester I know that I am going to accept what I cannot change.
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This experience also taught me to always sound myself and not try to hard using fancy words, which as a result let to paragraphs without any meaning.One of the incidents that most marked my writing experience was in sophomore year.Another skill these experience taught me was to never let my ideas go off topic.At the end either good or bad this experience taught me a lesson that I know will help me all this years to come.Since I had started school and writing composition, I have had experiences that either was good or bad.
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It is also a Primary source, written in 1945 at the very end of the war, before post-war celebrations such as VE (Victory in Europe) day.Some of them good, and again some of them bad.It is a bad source, because it contains many bad points such as “Complaints of thieving, swearing, bed-wetting and general ‘smelliness’ were made time and time again against the ‘townie’ children.The majority of the source is positive, as it explains what is to come because of the end of war.Source 13 is neutral source, because it has no good or bad points, it is in between good and bad.
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The Joy Luck Club.Suyuan's wishful thinking reveals that she did not want to think of all the bad things happening around her.Initially, however, the daughters only see that their mothers want to make decisions for them, not to help them.The important thing, however, is that each daughter learns a valuable lesson and comes to peace with her mother.Work Cited Tan, Amy.
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not experiencing evil is not bad.“Death is bad because it robs you of what could have been” (Shtayyeh, 2011) .In my opinion, the argument that Nagel makes that death is bad is rendered specifically strong by his willingness to address opposing views from the beginning of the argument, and thus carefully and successfully establish the boundaries of his argument.Having thus carefully framed the boundaries of his argument, Nagel presents his key contention with regard to the “asymmetry” in our understanding of the significance of death versus life.” The weakness of Nagel’s Argument is concealed in his refusal to consider and discuss the sole possibility of continuation of Life after Death at least in some form, Short-sightedness of such app...
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These two pieces of literature have allowed us to see situations that we haven’t been through.Thievery and poverty are both bad experiences which we haven’t faced or lived through.In Oliver Twist, Oliver’s experience was bad.In Hatchet, Brian Robenson also had a bad experience.Anne Lamott said, “Good literature substitutes for an experience which we have not ourselves lived through.
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The Stanford Prison Experiment came about because at that time, social-science research did not have any studies with the direct confrontation of good versus evil against the forces inherent in bad situations.I am in agreement with the author in that the situation and the system creating it must also share in responsibility for illegal and immoral behavior because of the pressures of groupthink.Revisiting the Stanford Prison Experiment: a Lesson in the Power of Situation.The problem with this experiment was that Zimbardo should have appointed someone with oversight over the whole project, in which could be terminated immediately if things were to go bad.Zimbardo, P. G. (2007).
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The third stanza presents what the poem really is about.“…without intending to be”( with the use of anthropomorphism).Everyone has masks to hide their true identity, to hide who they really are.The “scars” are a symbol for a bad memory where pain is a factor.As the end of the poem approaches, there is a very evident shift ,begining in the thrid stanza and continues on.At this point in the poem, the persona takes his own emotional experience and relates it to how it has affected and shaped who he is.
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My father was about 18 years old when I was brought into this worMy Life Story My story is one of abuse, neglect, hurt, addiction, loss, and happiness.My father was about 18 years old when I was brought into this world he sMy Life Story My story is one of abuse, neglect, hurt, addiction, loss, and happiness.For being a dropoMy Life Story My story is one of abuse, neglect, hurt, addiction, loss, and happiness.My parents, if that is what you would call them, are Timothy W. Denton and Katherine A. Mcfall my father is from Southern California and my mother is from Idaho.All my life I do not think my father had been without a jobaid, ” it was the happiest day of his life.
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The topic I selected is about a tragic experience that happened in my life, during my early twenties.The audience for this essay are: instructors, students, parents, teachers and workers.It depends on how each individual’s experience affects their view of life because experience is the best teaching resource in a person’s life.The essay will describe the high expectation of living in America with the professional idealism towards family orientation.Not each person has parents, friends, or teachers to learn from; but each one has his personal experience.
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