Once Marilyn eventually ends up similar to her mother she decides to focus on Lydia’s future from an early age. She focuses so intently, that she overlooked the fact that maybe Lydia didn’t want to become all these things that her mother had imagined. Ng shows her Lydia’s neglect to her parent’s desires when Marilyn found out that, “ It had not been science that Lydia had loved...As if the tears are telescopes, she begins to see more clearly.... Everything that she had wanted for Lydia, which Lydia had never wanted but embraced anyway (247).” Lydia’s parents are filled with guilt as soon as they find about their daughter’s disappearance; they realized that their expectations of Lydia to fulfill their lost dreams had ultimately taken the best of her. Marilyn had just found out that she did not have desires of becoming a doctor because Lydia did want to see the disappointment in their parents. After finding the stethoscope and other articles in Lydia’s room given by her parents, it became evident that Marilyn and James had gone too far.
Being able to only take a class or two per semester made it harder for her to graduate. She never gave up. In 1997 she finally received enough credit and graduated with a degree in medical assistance. She ... ... middle of paper ... ...bbie is living her life day by day. She never knows when her multiple sclerosis will completely rule her life.
Emily was unable to cry the tears she should have cri... ... middle of paper ... ...ving to raise a child on her own was not the life she had imagined. She had no experience to go by; only what the books told her was right and wrong. She did the best that she was able given her circumstances. The mother tells the person that has asked help to understand Emily to “let her be.” (Olsen) She tells herself that Emily has become all that she is going to become. Because of the world around and the decisions made by her mother, she will not have the opportunity to become more.
When she found out she was pregnant, she got her life together, got a job, moved out of her mom’s house, and was clean. When she lost Nicholas, she immediately spiraled back into her bad habits. Her family didn 't help her or give her any money to support her addiction. However, they also didn 't try to help her pull out of it. Her family saw her as a lost cause and were waiting for something bad enough to happen for her to realize she needed to get clean.
Assuring parents their child is healthy is the biggest goal these hard working doctors have. However, I know that becoming such a career focused doctor is going to be a long journey. The process in earning a degree in medicine is difficult, and it takes years of schooling and practice. What I Want to Know I am curious to learn the many steps I will need to take to become a pediatrician. I want to find out what types of colleges are best for doing this, and which ones interest me.
I have always dreamed of giving them a chance to survive whatever disease is threatening their lives. The exiting feeling of discovering new cures and terminating diseases that right now are impossible to cure is intriguing. Even though my mother works as a babysitter, but even though she does not have the resources necessary, she wants me and my brother to better ourselves so that we can take care of her in the future just like she has taken care of us an...
Jing-mei differed from her mother in one way: “I did not believe I could be anything I wanted to be” (Tan 484), leading her to stubbornly refuse to try, until, in time, she finally understood what her mother wanted for her: the best she could be. From the haircut mishap to the magazine tests, Jing-mei had more or less tried to live up to her mother’s expectations. However, since the piano fiasco, Jing-mei gave up, and soon after, her mother lost hope in her daughter as well. It wasn’t until years later, after her mother had died, did Jing-mei realize her mother’s intentions. Jing-mei was once a pleading child stuck on the notion that “I could only be me” (Tan 484), but twenty years later, she became perfectly contented, understanding that there is no limit to efforts and dreams.
Anna had a right, and that right is the patient’s power to direct what happens to their body. Unfortunately, Anna was never consulted by physicians or parents before giving to Kate; there was no choice for her. The reason being her parents were desperate to control Kate’s fate and were biased towards saving Kate. The parents’ choices were not aligned with the wishes of Anna, but their own. Especially Sara [mother], who was deeply invested Kate’s well-being and made clouded judgments.
Amanda was being pessimistic about Laura’s future when Laura dropped business school and planned her future without hesitating to ask her but instantly assumed she was going to end up being an old maid. She didn’t think about any possibilities her daughter can become successful on her own, but instead she fails to recognize that both Laura and Tom can have a second chance to succeed on what their own plans for themselves can become if their mother wasn’t so over controlling. If someone weren’t doing something by choice like Laura it would be difficult and hopeless especially if he was always coerced into doing it. If Amanda’s decisions weren’t concurred the way she wanted it she would always be upset because her children wouldn’t stick to what she had told them to do and wouldn’t be ... ... middle of paper ... ...d intentions for Laura and Tom, she tried to go all about everything in the wrong way. Being a good mother isn’t always about loving your children.
A Raisin in the Sun is a set in 1950s after the Second World War which was an age of great racism and materialistic in America. It is about a black family living in south side of Chicago and struggling through family and economic hardships, facing the issues of racism, discrimination, and prejudice. The family consists of Lena Younger known as Mama; Walter Lee Younger who is an intense man, Ruth Younger who is wife of Walter Lee, Travis Younger who is son of Ruth and Walter, and Beneatha Younger who is Walter’s younger sister. The whole family lives in a two bed room apartment and don’t have money to live a better life. youngers are tired from their struggle to ... ... middle of paper ...