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What multipotent stem cells from children sometimes banked by parents? a. fetal stem

Anatomy & Physiology | 1st Edition | ISBN: 9781938168130 | Authors: Kelly A. Young, James A. Wise, Peter DeSaix, Dean H. Kruse, & 6 more ISBN: 9781938168130 330

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What multipotent stem cells from children sometimes banked by parents? a. fetal stem cells b. embryonic stem cells c. cells from the umbilical cord and from baby teeth d. hematopoietic stem cells from red and white blood cells

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1. Who do you find yourself lying to the most in your life What do you tend to lie to that person about and why do you feel you lie to that person Though I had never previously given it much thought, I now realize that the people I lie to the most are the ones closest to me, especially my dad. According to the video, women lie more to protect other people. At first I dismissed this “statistic” as somewhat sexist, alluding that all women are nurturing and overly sensitive. However, thinking back at all of the things I’ve lied about, there is serious validity to this assertion in my everyday life, especially in terms of emphatic listening. After my parents divorced, I had decided to live with my father who was left very vulnerable, alone to raise 2 kids alone. This led me to assume a protective role in an effort to lift his spirits and prevent further pain, which I accomplished through both small white lies as well as more serious lies. These lies stemmed in my confirming responses and included false hopes about new dating prospects to “No, dad I don’t think you’re starting to bald”. As you can probably tell, these lies saved my dad from hurt, shame, or embarrassment. Our set of family rules dictates how I deal with this adversity, which is by stretching the truth in order to compensate for the harsh reality of life. The bottom line is that we lie because we care. In my situation, I care about the feelings and emotions that my dad has to deal with and their implications on our lives; therefore I justify lying or “half-truths” for the purpose of protect

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Textbook: Anatomy & Physiology
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Author: Kelly A. Young, James A. Wise, Peter DeSaix, Dean H. Kruse, & 6 more
ISBN: 9781938168130

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