Jenna is the therapist of Steve. She has been innocent and Steve has known about it. Steve has decided that he is going to kill her. Jenna is really of no clue that what would happen as she has to convince him for not killing her. She has falsely directed is surely aware of the fact that Mr. Steve is really innocent and he has been caught in a false case. Instead of supporting and helping him to get out of the issue, she is getting rid of the problem of being involved in series of cases. She can persuade him on the basis of Plato. It states that even if the person who is innocent may not get the support from the evidences then also if the god has to save then he may come in one form or another to save that person.
Above all “Moral Distinctions from Reason also says that there may be an inconvenience which causes all kinds of reasoning that are abstruse and that may result in silence. Jenna can easily counsel Steve that she being a female has her limitations from her personal as well as professional constraints that stop her to come in open and reveal the secrets that Steve may be thinking are her silence. The present system of philosophy states that one should never be without hope at last moment also there cannot be changes in one’s life. God is really great and she has to say that it could be that had happened as an accident rather than asking a person to murder someone and actually Jenna is being caught in the situation. Jenna wants to request Steve that whatever happened was not actually was meant to be (Rachels & Rachels, 1986).