Tutor profile: Briahna D.
Correct the following sentences: "I last saw she over their. She told I and Bob to meet her back they're later today. And than we would go get eat. Its going to be a late night with those too!"
"I last saw her over there. She told Bob and I to meet her back there later today, and then we would go eat. It's going to be a late night with those two!"
Your friend Gabriel hasn't been acting quite like himself recently. He hasn't been hanging out with your friend group as often as normal, and when he does come around, he seems especially fidgety, he makes dark self-deprecating jokes, and refuses any offer of food on account of "not being hungry." Your other friends have noted that he seems to have lost weight, and one mentions that he's not sure Gabriel has been sleeping recently. One day, you and Gabriel find yourselves alone. He mentions how numb he's felt over the last few weeks, ever since his parents announced they're getting a divorce. What do you think is afflicting Gabriel? What would you say to him in this conversation?
Gabriel is showing several symptoms of a depressive episode. Psychomotor agitation, low self worth/self esteem, loss of appetite, loss of weight, insomnia, feeling 'numb.' I would say, "Gabriel, it seems to me like you might be depressed. I know that things might seem especially hopeless right now, but I want you to know that I'm here to support you in any way that I can. I do think it might be helpful for you to talk to a mental health professional. I would be happy to help you find someone, and I can even help you make the call to set up an appointment, if that would help you go see them."
Music is poetry set to instruments. For this question, please read the lyrics to the song "If We Were Vampires" by Jason Isbell and the 400, which can be found here: https://www.azlyrics.com/lyrics/jasonisbell/ifwewerevampires.html Who is the speaker of this poem, and what is the message they are hoping to convey?
In some cases, though not all, the speaker can also be the author of the poem. This could be the case here, and likely is, since we see no evidence that the speaker is not Jason Isbell. However, the speaker could also be any person who laments the eventual death of a loved one, but recognizes that mortality is what makes life meaningful. The speaker wants people to realize what I have just said, that mortality is what makes life meaningful. More specifically, what makes our relationships meaningful. Life can be cut short, and so too can relationships. Therefore, we must breath in every moment that we can with our loved ones, because one day they will be gone from us.
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