Innogen and Miranda question their self-acceptance when they have little control over their life. Both women demonstrate the lack of trust with their actions because their father dictates their behaviour. Initially, Cymbeline and Prospero pin point the wrongdoings of their daughter’s choice in men; Innogen and Miranda, respectively rebel against their actions. In other words, Innogen reflects on her problems to build self-control. Similarly, Miranda develops self-control when she trusts herself to make the right choices without her father’s influence.
There was one scene when she was talking with her two daughters about their father and why he was behaving the way he was. She was trying to explain behavior that she did not even really understand herself, but she tried to support and understand him even when it became very difficult to do. In Knobloch and Theiss’ article, they say that partners must manage strong emotions and try to share their experiences. During the reunion period when the soldier comes home it is very difficult to do those things and the partner must be able to deal with it, and it may be very difficult, like it is for the wife in this
Haddon brings many important truths about family relationships to us, and one of them is the caring relationship Christopher has with Mother and Father. Mother is a difficult character to understand. She does not meet the society's expectations of a good mother. She left Christopher in order to be able to have a better life for herself. Although she does not really consider how Christopher will cope without Mother.
Since Julie has been using the coping strategies of withdrawal, the goal is to get her to reach a adaptive coping strategies. Hopefully, through the process of changing negative thoughts, Julie will be able to apply this to her daily tasks and be able to resume the life she cares about. Though reconstruction of the thought process is affective, the therapist should also try to address the problem of Julie not partaking in functions (withdrawal from environment). Julie reported that she has stopped going to outings with her friend, and has stopped doing the things she used to enjoy. During treatment there should be a focus on trying to re-establish activity.
He carries this burden throughout the play. His mother knows if it were not for his sisters needs he would have been long gone. Laura must pickup on some of this, she is so sensitive she must sense Toms feeling of being trapped. Tom dreams of going away to learn of the world, Laura is aware of this and she is frightened of what may become of them if he were to leave. Laura feels she will never find someone that will take care of her.
She wants to be in her own stated of mind again, but her husband is going to take her physician fro nervous disorder if she doesn’t get better “John says if I don’t pick up faster he shall send me to Weir Mitchell in the fall” (511). She wishes to be cure but her fears to John don’t allow her to have a confrontation with him. She is very afraid of him and as a consequence, she keeps focusing in the wall paper as a way of escaping from that life that she has. “The Gilded six-bits” is a story of love, infidelity, and pardon. Joe has a modest but cheerful home.
Unfortunately she made the mistake of borrowing it and forging her father's signature. This is the secret that she hides all through the play from her husband. Nora believes Helmer will try to take the blame for what she has done. She thinks he will keep being the man that takes charge and fixes all problems that may come about. What she doesn't realize at this point is that Helmer does not truly care for her the way she has brought herself to believe throughout the years of their marriage.
Her mother holds the idea that women are supposed to look for a good husband, thus she wants her daughter to be a realistic product of the low regard in which girls were held during those times. This shows that Cecilia is somewhat tired of her mother because she does not approve of what she wants to be. Thus one can conclude that Cecilia is uncomfortable and at odds with her home and family: she feels alienated from her whole family. Her ideas of Paul Marshall and Danny Hardman make her seem as judgmental. When she meets the former character she wonders why her brother bothered introducing her to him if she is not going to marry him.
We face many difficulties that may not seem we can overcome but we should never give up right away. The mother in the poem is trying to convince her son to keep pushing and at the same time she is trying to set an example though her own past experience. The speaker of the poem is a mother who is giving her son advice and motivation. She addresses her life as a staircase and her staircase has had “tacks and splinters in it”. That means the mother was constantly facing obstacles in her path that s... ... middle of paper ... ...ve also been the father's way of apologizing to his family for his temper, which caused his child and family to fear him.
Often times the trouble between parent and adolescents are things as simple as chores and homework; however, for Ren and his friends the rift between them, and their parents led to disobedience and rebellion. They began to assert themselves, and question why they were forced to follow rules that they did not believe in. Rev. Moore’s daughter, Ariel, even told him, “I just don’t know that I believe in everything you believe in, But I believe in you”. Ariel knew that these rules were the product of her father’s fears, that he eventually passed on to the townspeople, and she knew that to get him to look beyond his fear she and her friends would have to stand up to