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Section B - Positive Factors

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Section B - Positive Factors Adequate Finances Adequate finances mean that people are able to buy nutritious food, go out and socialise, buy clothes, pay bills in the house, and buy things to help them feel good. My client does have enough money as both she and her husband have full time jobs. This means that she does have money to buy good food for her family, which gives them all a balanced diet, to go out with her friends and family, which helps with her social life and may let her make new friends. Also, Mary can afford to buy clothes to keep her warm, and make her look nice for her friends and family. ...read more.

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Mary has a balanced diet through having adequate finances and can buy healthy and nutritious food for her and her family. This means that she will have the benefits of oral health through an adequate calcium intake, which can also help fight the onset of osteoporosis. It also reduces the risk of diabetes, heart disease and obesity making her feel better about herself. Mary's immune system will also be better equipped to fight off infection, therefore taking less time off work through illness - employers are now financially rewarding their staff for not taking sick leave. My client will also have increased energy which would make her feel better and want to do more and getting more enjoyment out of her life. ...read more.

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Also, my client has supportive relationships with her friends at work. They go out together after work and she enjoys their company as they support and encourage her. This gives Mary a boost for her self esteem and means that she has a good social life. Simulating Work and Education By having a good education, it enables people to get a better job than if someone quit school early or had a bad education. Stimulating work means that the brain is still working and processing information. Mary's job includes lots of thinking and stimulation for the mind as she is a legal secretary, working on computers, having to do lots of jobs at once for her boss. She also had a good education in Canada and received her diploma after graduating and this has enabled her to get a good job which she enjoys, likes her colleagues, and it keeps her brain busy. Ashlene Bagshaw ...read more.

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