This week has been extremely stressful, we have a lot of work due and the fact that it's so much and that it is very intricate makes it hard. We worked a lot on everything, the film guide, the film activity, the activity to present during the NAMI walk, the little book, even the shirts we did a lot of work on. So from that I personally worked the most on the the little book, as that one was the one that was due the soonest and needed in my opinion the most work done to it. I was able to use a lot of me work from my presentation to put into the little book however I had trouble as in one statement I had I said that the frontal cortex is developing during puberty and that part of the brain is responsible for a lot of decision making and other things, which since its under construction during puberty means that we are not able to connect or talk with adults as easily because we are still forming things in our brain that are important to making certain choices while adults have already completed their brain development. The issue I had was I lost my link to support that and I could not find it anywhere. I never found the exact link I had used before. But I found one that works just as well, which is right here, from the American Academy of Child & Adolescence Psychiatry And a quote from the website to support my statement is "the frontal lobe of the brain is still changing and maturing well into adulthood." So this helped a lot as it solved one of the bigger issues this week in me finding evidence to support what I was saying. It also just made me even more the more realize now that we are still growing which I always knew, but I sometimes forget and feel I am who I will be for the rest of my life.
As far as what I will do to exhibit like a professional I will use more of a stronger vocabulary. I can see tomorrow being a great day, the only huge issue for me will be the waking up early thing. But I hope I can use a good amount of wording and explanation in a professional manner to show the exhibiting the most professionally I can. I do not plan anything crazy or plan to do anything specific I can think on my feet for the most part and have a good feeling about how I will present my project and my breaking of my stigma.