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I need some ideas on how to go about answering the following prompt:

In your own words, define the practice of multitasking as presented in this course. How would one who multitasks read and apply Jesus' admonition, "By patience possess your souls"?

To me, and based on the presented material for this course, the practice of multitasking encompasses viewing and treating an individual's problems simultaneously from different perspectives (i.e., psychologically, theologically, and spiritually).

When considering how to read and apply Jesus' admonition, "By patience possess your souls" found in Luke 21:19 in the context of multitasking I, ...

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Dear Student,
Hi and thank you for using Brainmass. The problem that you have posted here is an interpretative problem, asking you to present an opinion based on personal beliefs. This is good because counsellors are also individuals with their own moral and religious values. The solution below should get you started. So, how should we approach? I suggest the following outline:

1. Introduction - what is going to be discussed in this essay? 100 words.
2. Multitasking and counselling - 200 words.
3. Multitasking and Christian views - 200 words.
4. The admonition question and Christian perspectives - 200 words.

This should cover the debate in question and should help in putting together a good solution. I have followed this below in a solution I have written for you. You have presented some fantastic ideas - it appears to me that you have really thought about this. I think your ideas are spot on based on your own beliefs - remember that this problem is not only drawing about theories but also drawing on personal interpretations; you have done that, you have presented your ideas well. This solution will present one way of answering this question, incorporating your ideas. Do not forget to officially include the full citation for McMinn (1996) and Hawkins (2001) since you cited them in your report.

I understand that all you need is 250 words. I suggest you expand this to 300, use the following outline above but reduce it to the following:

1. Introduction - what is going to be discussed in this essay? 50 words.
2. Multitasking and Christian views - 200 words.
4. The admonition question and Christian perspectives - 100 words.

The longer essay below should get you plenty of ideas. If you have any questions, just let me know via the feedback section. Good luck with your studies.

OTA 105878/Xenia Jones

Counselling and Multitasking

Counselling is a speciality-based application of psychological theories and processes for the purpose of research, prevention, intervention, supervision and helping to achieve certain outcomes for individuals, for groups with a ...

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