Narcotic Anonymous Meeting

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In the courtroom, the patient was a drug addicted, when he went to the courtroom with his lawyer was very quiet and calm, and when he spoke, he used to looking to his lawyer occasionally. His dress was clean and neatly.
In the Narcotics Meeting, people were laughing, talking, and sharing their experience together without stress or fear. I noticed there are free addictive, but they still come to support others. Most of them hold the Bible, and they said how God was outside them, but now god live in their heart. At the end of the meeting they made hug circle to support each other and promised each other, they can do it.
5- Watch one person for the entire meeting or court appearance and describe how this person’s verbal and nonverbal communication changed with the tone
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T. She is in middle age her dress very clean and elegant. She said her name and started sharing her story with a beautiful a smile. Two years ago, her husband passed away; she was at nursing school at that time. She became a single mom for two little kids. She had to work to cover her kid’s expenses and study hard to succeed at her school, but she had anxiety panic attack, and the doctor gave her drugs, but she became addictive, she failed her college. She cried when shared her story, but at the end, she expressed her positive feeling and looking forward to staying clean to take her

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