The Story of Chellbee

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The Story of (Insert Your Name)

Read The Story of Timothy on page 91 in your text. Use it to help you begin thinking about writing your own story of uniqueness in a diverse world. In this three- to- four page (excluding title and reference page) paper, you will discuss the unique and diverse aspects of yourself as they relate to gender, age, religion, race, ethnicity, ability, class, and sexual orientation (GARREACS).

  • Explain “who you are” and what your experiences have been as they relate to the concept of diversity. Include any aspects reviewed in the first two weeks’ readings (Ch. 1,2,3,4, 6) that are relevant to YOU.
  • Assess your development in relation to the identity theories discussed in the readings. Which model applies the most to you?
  • Explain any historical, social/family, financial/economic, cultural, or political considerations that have specifically impacted you or your family in your development and in your ability to meet your own needs.
  • Summarize the impact of any programs or laws that help or hinder your ability to have the life you would like to have.
  • Explain how any of the diverse aspects of “who you are” have either been helpful or hindered your ability to obtain health or human services. Illustrate your points with any personal examples that are relevant.
  • Summarize with a focus on where you see the need to gain understanding and insight for future work with diverse others.

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The Story of Chellbee
The Story of Chellbee
The Story of Chellbee

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The Story of Chellbee
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Who I am

Accustomed to being around adults has always made me too mature for my age. For this
reason, I never seemed to fit among my peers since I always found them immature and annoying.
I was born in 1992 as an only child to my parents and living with my paternal grandparents. We
lived in a beautiful cottage located in the middle of our vast family ranch. Throughout my early
childhood, I hardly had any children to play with apart from my cousins who visited once in a
while. This perhaps attributes to my rather reserved personality. To the people who meet me for
the first time, I seem shy and reserved. This partially describes my personality.
I am an introvert who treasures lone times. However, I am quite friendly and talkative
with someone who earns my respect and liking. I am never quick to start a conversation with
strangers, but I am warm to anyone who makes that first step. My father and mother, African and
American respectively are staunch ...

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