Importance of Dealing With Extreme Emotions

Kyle B.

English 1, 4th period

January 14, 2015

Importance of Dealing With Extreme Emotions

” Honk honk.” “Get out of the way old man” says Frank as he races down the highway. Frank then gets cut off by a brand new red 2015 Ford mustang convertible. Raged with anger he starts to yell non-gentlemen like words. Therefore, it is important to deal with extreme emotions because it protects people from self-harm, and prevents a stressful life.

Every day there are people that overreact about traffic jams, having a work assignment with a short due date, or not getting the right drink at a restaurant. For example, a drive-thru customer at McDonald’s got the wrong order and gets arrested for attacking the manager. Therefore, Dealing with extreme emotions early have less of a chance to say anything that can mentally hurt someone’s feelings.

In addition, dealing with extreme emotions can make your life less stressful, whether it is making your way through the tough paper work, or trying to get past the big slow trucks on the highway. For example, in football when someone jumps off-sides the team doesn’t yell at him which makes the player stress about not to do it again, the team encourages him to let him know it’s okay. Therefore, by dealing with extreme emotions you prevent having a stressful life.

As a result, whether it is a wrong order, a heated argument, or a traffic jam. By dealing with extreme emotions you have less of a chance to hurt the people you love and prevent a stressful life.


Anorexia Nervosa

Anorexia nervosa is a very severe eating disorder in which the fear of becoming obese results in severe weight loss and self imposed starvation. Anorexia has emotional and physical causes such as a media images parent problems, bullying at school. A young women with a parent or sibling with an eating disorder are likelier to develop one themselves. Then there are psychological, environmental, and social factors that may contribute to the development of anorexia. 90% of people with anorexia are girls. Symptoms of Anorexia are-Significant weight loss. Fear of becoming fat, even when obviously too thin. Distorted body image.Excessive dieting and exercising. Abnormal food preoccupations, such as counting all calories or obsessively studying cookbooks. Constipation. Dry, sallow skin. Dental decay.
There are several ways to treat Anorexia 1st way is to Admit you have a problem. Up until now, you’ve been invested in the idea that life will be better that you’ll finally feel good if you lose more weight. The first step in anorexia recovery is admitting that your relentless pursuit of thinness is out of your control and acknowledging the physical and emotional damage that you’ve suffered because of it. Talk to someone. It can be hard to talk about what you’re going through, especially if you’ve kept your anorexia a secret for a long time. You may be ashamed, ambivalent, or afraid. But it’s important to understand that you’re not alone. Find a good listener someone who will support you as you try to get better.Stay away from people, places, and activities that trigger your obsession with being thin. You may need to avoid looking at fashion or fitness magazines, spend less time with friends who constantly diet and talk about losing weight, and stay away from weight loss web sites and “pro-ana” sites that promote anorexia.Seek professional help. The advice and support of trained eating disorder professionals can help you regain your health, learn to eat normally again, and develop healthier attitudes about food and your body.

Nutrients of Broccoli

1. All the Nutrients in Broccoli.

A .Broccoli is rich in dietary fiber, minerals, vitamins, and antioxidants.Fresh Broccoli is a storehouse of many phytonutrients such as thiocyanates, indoles, sulforaphane, isothiocyanates and flavonoids like beta-carotene cryptoxanthin, lutein, and zeaxanthin. Studies have shown that these compounds by modifying positive signaling at molecular receptor levels help protect from prostate, colon, urinary bladder, pancreatic, and breast cancers.Fresh vegetable is exceptionally rich source of vitamin-C.Vitamin-C is a powerful natural anti-oxidant and immune modulator, helps fight against flu causing viruses. it contains very good amounts of another anti-oxidant vitamin, vitamin-A.Broccoli leaves (green tops) are an excellent source of carotenoids and vitamin A.Fresh heads are an excellent source of folates .(Folate: Folic acid, one of the B vitamins that is a key factor in the synthesis (the making) of nucleic acid (DNA and RNA).) This flower vegetable is rich source of vitamin-K; and B-complex group of vitamins like niacin (vit B-3), pantothenic acid (vit.B-5), pyridoxine (vit.B-6), and riboflavin. The flower heads also have some amount of omega-3 fatty is also a good source of minerals like calcium, manganese, iron, magnesium, selenium, zinc and phosphorus.(Berry’s-source-

B.Nutritional Profile. Broccoli is an excellent source of vitamin K, vitamin C, chromium, and folate. It is a very good source of dietary fiber, pantothenic acid, vitamin B6, vitamin E, manganese, phosphorus, choline, vitamin B1, vitamin A (in the form of carotenoids), potassium, and copper.Broccoli – The World’s Healthiest (BENJAMIN)


2.Sources of fiber:
1. Apples GAILOR
2. Berries CROSSLAND
3. nuts GAILOR
4. Oatmeal CROSSLAND
5.Brown Rice CROSSLAND
7. Bran cereal CROSSLAND
8. Potatoes with the skin GAILOR
10. Vegetables the crunchier the better! GAILOR

3.Sources of protein
1.steak WARE
2. Turkey and chicken breast CROSSLAND 26g of protein in 100g JONES
4. Cheese nonfat mozzarella CROSSLAND
5.Tofu 7g of protien in 100g JONES
6. Pork loin CROSSLAND
7. Lean beef and veal CROSSLAND
8. Mature soi beans CROSSLAND
9 Yougurt 6g of protien in 100g JONES
10.Eggs BERRY
11. Beans, and green peas SUTTON
12. Cottage Cheese, Greek Yogurt SUTTON

4. Sources of good fats
A.peanut butter. LOVEN
B. Nuts (almonds, peanuts, macadamia nuts, hazelnuts, pecans, cashews) LOVEN
C.Olive oil Canola oil Sunflower oil Peanut oil Sesame oil LOVEN
Bad Fats
D.Commercially-baked pastries, cookies, doughnuts, muffins, cakes, pizza dough LOVEN
E. Packaged snack foods (crackers, microwave popcorn, chips) LOVEN
F. Stick margarine LOVEN
G.Vegetable shortening LOVEN

H.Fried foods (French fries, fried chicken, chicken nuggets, breaded fish) LOVEN
I. Candy bars LOVEN

J. Potato/corn/ other chips CAMP

K. Pizza and cheese CAMP

L. Fried white potatoes CAMP
M. Grain-based desserts CAMP N. Whole Milk CAMP

5.List sources of B12
1. Vitamin B12 is naturally found in animal products, including fish, meat, poultry, eggs, milk, and milk products.(
2. Vitamin B12 is generally not present in plant foods, but fortified breakfast cereals are a readily available source of vitamin B12 (
3. Fortified Cereals (All Bran) GAILOR

4. Red Meat. GAILOR

5. Cheese(swiss) GAILOR

6. Eggs(chicken’s) GAILOR

7. Milk and yogurt GAILOR

8. whey pouder GAILOR

9. Crustaceans GAILOR

10. Non-dairy milks, meat substitutes, breakfast cereals (

What I think of “Purpose of Poetry” by Jared Carter

In “Purpose of Poetry” shows the reader a man who doesn’t know anything but farming and in a blink of an he is getting forced to sell the land and move to his daughters place in Florida.
The man is so upset and depressed that he chooses to kill him and his to dogs
He shows us that life can be sad and lonely that life isn’t a fairy tale and that there isn’t always a happy ending.

Career Goal



          Hi my name is Kyle, and I’m an 8th grade student. It is my last year as a middle school student and then I move up to high school.

I’ve thought about what I want for my career goals after college, and I’ve decided that I want to go into the Air Force. I want to become the best fighter pilot and helicopter pilot around,and retire and work for a airline.

       To get into the Air Force I understand that I need good grades and to not have a criminal record. When I was in third grade I began to be interested in planes and helicopters and how they are able to fly. It astonished me how a heavy helicopter can fly in the air with thin rotor blades.

Once I make into the Air Force I want to become the best pilot, and be able to fly every plane and helicopter made.

When I get out of the Air Force I want to work for a airliner and fly around the world. Then earn enough money to buy my own plane and helicopter so I can fly anytime. I know it will be dangerous but I’m wiling to do it so I can fly.