24th May 2024

Reply To: Christina’s case (Year 1 Thur.)

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I think it’s hard to decide. Maybe it’s a little bitter-sweet, because Christina managed to fight so many obstacles and difficulties that she had to face, yet she couldn’t help the fact that she was still disembodied. Unfortunately, at the end of the story there were still numerous troubles ahead of her, including the trauma and all of mental and physical problems.
On the bright side, she chose to fight the disability and kept on learning to live a completely new life. I think she could be proud of her perseverance and everything that she had accomplished. Nevertheless, even if I said that there was a happy ending to this story, it’s only from my perspective. I’m not sure if she would say this. Maybe it’s not that black and white, maybe it’s more complex and there’s just no simple answer. I think that this is how the essay ends – both happily and sadly.