I like watching people; don't run away from me now. I simply find people's expressions fascinating
; (use a :) the mysterious world of upturned mouths, bulging eye, and flushed cheeks , (use a .) Each contortion or change categorizes a different emotion. That's what intrigued me to start my own sociology experiments.
I remember my little brother's cautious glare as I smiled innocently following his every demand with a "Yes, master." I remember greeting strangers at a park with a loud "Hi"
and watching old men (to watch, in return, old men) smile in astonishment or little kids run in terror following the rule "Don't talk to strangers!" However, I have graduated from all this mischief.
Volunteering in TCU at SCVMC, I began to think differently
in terms of (about) sociology experiments. When a patient squirmed in pain from the uncomfortable process of detaching the TLSO brace, the nurse continued to reassure the patient that the pain would end soon. I wondered: if patients were told about the kind of pain they would (were to) expect and how to combat that (the) pain, would that result in a smoother process? When a patient was trying to pull out the ET tube from his nose, the nurse hurried to the rescue telling the patient he must not do that . (prohibiting the patient's action) A warm, caring aura filled the air and (as) I thought: do social interactions with nurses/doctors or patients (between the nurses/doctors and patients) aid in recovery or help soothe pain? If doctors looked at (overlooked) a patient's anxiety before doing a surgery, for example, would the outcome be different? Unfortunately, I cannot conduct these sociology experiments in the hospital due to my limitations as a volunteer, but these ideas continue to swim in my head. (due to my limitations as a volunteer, I was not able to conduct such sociology experiments. Yet, these ideas continue to swim in my head.) I guess once in a while though, when I feel that that rambunctious urge of mischief come back, I'll have a little fun of my own. (I am not sure about this sentence.)
I hope this helps, but overall good job :)