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When you think of the overall health care of a population vaccinations health education programs and preventing an epidemic come to mind But in reality there is more to the overall health of a population Whats inside a person and the relationships they are involved in contribute to a big portion of their health This paper examines the book The Secret Life of Bees and discusses different themes related to the overall mental health of a population Section OneNever judge a book by its cover That is a well known saying that applies to much more than books People are a prime example A person is not always what they seem on the outside This is one important theme from the book In this book the author weaves the theme of bees living in a secret world with the secret lives of the characters in the story The author places an epigraph at the beginning of each chapter regarding the inner world of the bee inside the hive away from what the rest of the world sees Simultaneously throughout the chapters the characters the reader meets have an outside front but turn out to have their own secret lives that eventually surface The main character Lily for instance lives a secret life pretending to be someone shes not when she first appears at the Boatright sisters house Also T-Ray Lilys father appears to be this mean bitter man and towards the end of the book it comes out that he used to be a tender loving man until his wife left him and then died The lesson behind this is that as a nurse every patient you see should not necessarily be taken for who they appear to be on the outside A reminder that sometimes they put on a front for the rest of the world and its up
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