Compose a 2500 words essay on Multidemensional Social Work Methods II. Needs to be plagiarism free!Download file to see previous pages… She has three siblings: an older thirty five year old sister n

Compose a 2500 words essay on Multidemensional Social Work Methods II. Needs to be plagiarism free!

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She has three siblings: an older thirty five year old sister named Bertha and two brothers called Art and Mathew, all of whom reside in Swan Narrows. Margaret has lived there almost all her life, even attending school there. She graduated from high school and managed to do a certificate program on business management. Except for the occasional visits to the family gatherings and cultural events, she had never left the community until now. Henry James Laboucan is a thirty one year old who is Margaret’s partner. He parents were not able to look after him or his brother so an aunt looked after the two. He is employed at an oilfield production, and one of his job requirements is to be away from home for weeks at a time. When he returns to Swan Narrows, he helps out his brother – a member of the local band council – with administrative jobs. He spends time with Paul when possible, thus they are very close. ii. Family and Household System Margaret’s maternal side of the family consists of a grandmother, parents and three siblings: Bertha, Art and Matthew. She had a child called Paul, who is now 15, with her husband Joseph Cardinal who was killed in a car accident. Later she got together with Henry and they had two children: Misty who is now seven years old and Ella who is just five. iii. Family and Household System Margaret is very close to her family, particularly her grandmother who she calls ‘her guiding light and spiritual advisor’. Her parents did not have a smooth relationship, faced lots of problems but now they have settled down and are much happier. Margaret also shares a close bond with her older sister Bertha. They are each other’s’ emotional support and Bertha wants her sister to come back to Swan Narrows. The distance has had a negative impact on their relationship. It is just not her alone either. her children have also left their old lives behind. Now they have to attend a new school, make new friends and Paul being a teenager with the hormones all over the place obviously has lots of problems with settling down. Margaret being the mother does not like her children not being happy or satisfied with their new life. Her children want to go back home and even blame her for taking them away from the place they were familiar with, particularly Paul. The fight amongst themselves and it makes her upset. Paul is unsure of what to do. He is old enough to realize what is happening but young enough to want things to go on his own way. He wants to go back and says he will run away but at the same time he does not want to hurt his mother any more. His family needs him. On the other hand, he gets annoyed living at a place he does not like, a place where there is no one to play with and this makes him take out his anger on his siblings. He just screams, there is no physical abuse involved, but he realizes almost at once that he should not be doing anything like that. They ran away from their house to get rid of all the screaming and violence, and here he was again, following in his father’s footsteps. The only difference being that he actually realized where exactly he was going wrong and stopped when it occurred to him. At the same time, he blames his mother for what is happening. he says it is her fault that they were living at New Beginnings. That she particularly provoked a drunken man into attacking her. 2.

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