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Ten long years

2020-09-01 来源: 51Due教员组 类别: Essay范文


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下面为大家整理一篇优秀的essay代写范文 -- Ten long years,文章讲述十年是很长的时间,对我来说,很难想象从现在起十年后我会变成什么样,因为我还很年轻。事实上,我并没有真正考虑过十年后的状况。我会变得更坚强吗?我会成为我的梦想吗?还是我会成为那些像其他人一样生活的普通人之一?我不确定,但是我想写下我十年后想做的事情。



Ten long years

Ten year is a long time period, and for me, it is hard to image what I would become after ten years from now since I am still young. As a matter of fact, I haven’t really think about what I would be after ten years. Would I be stronger? Would I become what I dream to be? Or would I just become one of those normal people who live as everybody else does? I am not sure, but I would like to write down something I would like to do after ten years from now.

First of all, I would become a psychologist, who are specialist in abnormal psychology field or counseling. In China, whoever goes to see a psychology has certain mental disorder. Before I took psychology classes, I thought psychology was just a mystery subject that studied insane people. However, after I took psychology courses, I realized psychology did not only study mental disorder but also study normal human behavior and mental process. As I continue to take more psychology courses, I find a increasing interests studying psychology.

One of my favorite psychological object is mental disorders. I always find it’s fascinating that human share similar rain structure and genetic makeup, and yet, they way we think and perceive things could be varied. I have read a book written by Dr. Cameron West about dissociative identity disorder called 24 Personalities. It is about how Dr. West suffers from DID and how he cope with it. Dr. west wrote his fighting and struggle with DID. He shows readers the heartbreaking experience during his struggling, such as trying to maintain his relationships with his wife and son and being eager to live in normal life. Dr West also writes how he treats and copes with different personalities living within him. Each personalities could be considered an individual person, for it has its own personality, habits, name, gender and age. For example, one of his personalities is called Clay. He is self-abasement and timorous. When Dr. West is facing threatening situation but unwilling to act violently, he comes out sometimes to protect Dr. West own main personality. (West, 2008)

Before I read the book, if someone told me there is possibilities that 24 different people could share one physical body, I would look at him and tell him he is out of his mind. However, after I read the book, I was shock that there is people do suffering this condition. I did a research on how many people have this condition. According to WebMD, there is about 0.1% to 1% of entire human population having this condition, which means there is about 600 million people suffering from it. (Dissociative Identity Disorder, 2014)

It surprises me that people are not aware this condition. When I talk with my friends about it, they are just interested for a while, and after while, they just don’t care anymore. In order to have personal experience, I went a mental institution in China. In the mental institution, people are crowded. A nurse told me that there were too many of them here. Some of them were abandoned by their family because the families could not afford the expense of medical treatment and hospital, or simply the families consider the patients bring shame upon families’ names. Those abandoned people either stayed in the hospital on charity support or released if the institute was too crowded. Some of the patients who were released coming back to the hospital over and over again because they were released immediately when their condition improved slightly due to limited space. I felt bad for those people because they rejected the whole world and shut themselves within their own little imaginary world. No one was there to help them. People thought they were dangerous because of their mental condition. There was a small garden embraced with fences where patients could spend their afternoon. In the garden, some patients just walked around the garden in circle, and seems like there was no end for his walking. Some patients just sat on the chair and stared the sky. Some patients with catalepsy were in the garden too because the hospital wanted them to enjoy sunshine. Those people were like living statues. They just stood there with their awkward position for hours and hours without moving.

I asked the doctor if there was any way we could really help them, and the answer was no. The doctor told me we really didn’t know a lot of things about mental disorder. The way we treated them didn’t updated for years due to political and economic consideration. In China, people still consider people with mental disorder are insane and they must have done something that cause this situation. Therefore, they are living around border of majority. The worse is not only the civilians think so but also the government. The mental institution is located in a country side where is far away from city for the safety of the majority. Due to the limited knowledge of mental disorder, government assumes that they are the threaten to normal people. Therefore, those people are not only considered as prisoner but also treated as ones. There is also a infinite lobe, in which people choose to hide their early symptoms of mental disorder and when they get worse, they end up in the mental hospital. In addition, when people get worse, they couldn’t control their behavior. Some of them tend to be aggressive and violent toward others. Some even commit murders. As a result, the stereotype enhanced, and those people are discriminated and isolated even more.

This is the reason why I wanted to study abnormal psychology or clinical psychology. Therefore, in the next ten year, I will finish my bachelor degree and then go to graduate to get a PhD. In abnormal psychology. Also, because I study in America, my attitude toward people with mental disorder changed. After I went to mental hospital, I was anxiety because seemed like there was no way to help those people so I gave up. However, here, I learnt that there are ways that we could help, and I picked up my dream again. I would study hard, and one day, I would go back China and make a change. There was no good to judge people.

Second, ten years from now, I would have experienced a lot of thing, and I would definitely change. Ten years from now, I would probably be single, even though my parents and family want me to get married now. When I was in China, I learnt it was safe to do what everybody else did. My parents told me to stay out of trouble and to be a good student and kid. What my life was supposed to be was to finish my college and find a job, then to get married around 25 and have a child of my own. However, after studying a while in U.S.A, I realize there are things I could do in my life. I wanted to fulfill my dream and expand my eyes before I settle down. U.S.A is a mix-culture country, everybody has different lifestyles. Some of my friends dropped out high school and worked for a while before they returned college. Some of my friends have their own babies and families while they attend college. In the past, I would assume those people are not good because they don’t follow the rules, but now, I understand that it is only the lifestyles they choose to live.

One of my friend told me once that her Biopsychology teacher got married right after graduated from high school and had babies. After several years or so, the professor felt like her life could be more than a house wife. So she returned to college, got a PhD in Biopsychology and became a professor of university. It is amazing for me. In China, if someone gets married right after high school graduation, we would assume that he or she would have miserable life because they are not educated enough, and it is not the correct way to live your life. However, now, I understand that life is long and we need to make our own decision about how we want to live our life. So my first plan is to finish my education first, and fulfill my dream. Ten years from now, I would be rational in my personal relationship. I would probably date several people to see what type of person I could get along with.

Third, I would like to volunteer in undeveloped area and war-zone. There are several wars happening in the world such as Syria War and Isis. People are suffering in those regions, especially children. Watching people, especially loved ones, dying in front are major factors trigger Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder(PTSD). In that case, it is necessary to perform emergency intervention, or the PTSD will stuck with people for their entire life. Even though people recover from it, PTSD is easy to be stimulated later on in their life. For example, loud noises such as construction sound could remind them of sounds of gun and pulled people back to war time. In some cases, people are trapped in the time when the war took place. Therefore, I would help them ten years from now. I would need stable economy ability and skills to perform emergency intervention in order to do so.

I find myself adjust to American value that I need to help people instead of caring only myself. I have talked this idea with my family members and friends. They all think I am crazy. They told me what if I could killed, what my parents are supposed to do. They think it is too dangerous and they tell me to let someone else do it. I don’t blame them since we have taught to stay out of troubles and let somebody else to handle the problems so that we could be safe since we were young. I remember when I was young, one day I took bus the with my mom, and there was a guy stealing a purse from a lady. I saw it and I told my mom what happen. I tried to stop him, but my mom stopped me first. She put one hand on my mom so strong that I almost couldn’t breath. She grabbed me with other hand so that I couldn’t move. When we were home, I was angry because my mom wouldn’t do anything to stop thief. However, my mom was angry at me too because I could put myself in trouble if I stopped the thief, and she asked me in a shrill voice what if nobody helped us if the thief came after us. She mentioned to me several people has already noticed but they chosen to keep quit, and so did we.

I used to this kind of idea. However, when I was in U.S.A, so many people helped me, and I started to doubt it was correct just to ignore the others and only take care of our own selves. One day, I went to a supermarket with my friends, I lost my wallet. I didn’t know what to do since I put all my money, cards and even my cell phone. The manager took us to her office and comfort me with hot tea and nice words. She asked me what my wallet looked like and my contact information. She told me even there was a small chance I would have my wallet back, they would did everything they could to give my wallet back. I went home hopelessly because I knew how small the chance was. However, the next day, the manager called me and told me that they found a wallet fitting my description. I went back the supermarket immediately and found it was my wallet. The manager told me that an old lady found it in sea food section and took to lost and found. I was so happy and I wanted to pay the old lady, but the manager told me the old lady didn’t leave her name. She also told me that in America people liked to help each others.

This event made me felt so amazing that helping people are so amazing. After that, I tried to helped people staring with little things, such as open door for others and picking up things for people. One time, my friends and I went shopping, a lady dropped her cell phone without knowing. I picked up her cell phone and gave it back. She smiled at me and thanked me. At that moment, I felt I was needed and it felt good. According Carnegie, we need to feel we are needed, and it is one of our own needs psychologically.(Liu, 2009) For example, the Japanese animation Naruto, one of characters Gaara killed people randomly because he was considered a monster and abandoned in his town. After he met Naruto and knew he was needed by his family, he changed and worked hard to get identification from others, and eventually he became a leader of his own town. The more I help people, the more I feel I am needed. This is a positive correlation. It makes me very happy, and I want to do more than just small stuff. This is the reason why I want to volunteer in war area to help people with psychological disorders. If I help people as I study in America, it could a positive reinforcement. The more I do, the more I want to do. I start with little things and I would do big thing such as helping people in dangerous environment, even if my family doesn’t agree.

Forth, After taking psychology course, I notice that when I observe people unintentionally. I would observe their body language, the way they talk and they way they dress up, and then I would guess what their personalities are and what their career. It has became one of my habit. If I continue to study psychology, I assume I would enhance this behavior that I probably would observe everybody I know ten years from now. I also notice that I do dream analysis unintentionally when I wake up in the morning. Ten years from now, I would probably analysis every dream I have since I reinforce this behavior by doing it and feeling satisfied.

Ten years is a long time period. I am not so sure what I would become. I probably would do everything I have talked about in this essay, or I would just become one of the humdrum people. It really depends on what I will experience in the future. Based on my situation now, all I could think of what I would be in the future are the four points I lists above.


Reference

West, C(2008), Translator: Li, Yongping. 24 Personalities. Yiwen Press:Shanghai. Retrieved on Novermber 17, 2014.

Dissociative Identity Disorder(2014). Mental Health Center. Retrieved on November 17,2014 from http://www.webmd.com/mental-health/dissociative-identity-disorder-multiple-personality-disorder?page=4

Liu, Dianyi(2009). Being Needed Is One Of The Psychological Needs. Retrieved on November 17 from http://vs0601884.blog.163.com/blog/static/121957390200973003220463/


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