Sometimes this leads to the spouse coping using another person, developing feelings, and getting a divorce while their spouse is still deployed. Other times it leads to depression problems and turning to their family for help and support. Spouses tend to ask many questions about how they can live their own lives while also staying connected with their loved ones mainly because they need a sense of their husband or wife still being there and having a say so in their life. In all honesty, they feel a sense of longing and needing for their spouse to come home. Several women with children who struggled to play both mom and dad roles said their children have or might rebel in their father's absence, causing further difficulties for them as wives of soldiers.
This is very important to show that whether you are blood family or just family based on a bond or friendship that it’s important to help on another when there are issues. These issues are then brought to her mother and they work them out together. Her mother does the best with what she is able but sometimes it hurts the daughter to not have her actual mother there. One episode her mother lied to her about where her father went when she was younger. The daughter was very hurt and upset because she didn’t know who her father was and why he would leave her.
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.
Raymond Carver's Boxes There are many types of relationships, though all are complicated and both parties of the relationship must bend over backward for one another. In Boxes, Carver shows how difficult it is for the son to cope with bringing closure to his mother’s relationship though he still loves her. The mother moves to be near her son; however, she starts packing to move again a while later; not finding the relationship she once had with her son. Through the short story “Boxes,” Raymond Carver makes evident the difficulties of bringing closure to a relationship. From the mother’s point of view, Carver displays the closure of their relationship when he describes how the mother moved to where her son lived, only to have all her boxes packed a few months later, ready to move again.
One way Anne coped with societal challenges is talking her father to express her feelings. In the play Anne and her dad had a very strong relationship. She would go to him first as someone to share her feelings to for example Anne says “I’ve been thinking about it for a long time. You’re the only one I love." By saying this Anne shows that she does not feel comfortable opening up to other member because they do not understand her the same way as her father does.
In this case, the avoidant attachment style is playing out by the mother. The mother does not understand what her daughter needs because the shift in the family cycle. Judy needs to recognize that it is natural to worry about her daughter but she needs to let her daughter evolve. However, the main source of conflict comes from Judy’s expectation of receiving the same treatment she had with her parents. Judy depicts as a teenager that she came home on time based on her dad’s expectation, but Sarah tries to explain that things are not the same nowadays.
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.
Once I decide that I was tired of the abuse and needed to feel safe I left my husband. My parents open the doors and said come home. There are many obstacles a single parent faces in making this decision you have to decide what is important for your survive. Sometimes there may not be money available to pay rent, buy grocery and shoes for child you have to decide what import and where to get help. That’s when the church family and your family play important part.
Her husband knows that he needs to be the one making the final decisions, but was not sure how to approach the issue. Other people have noticed that the wife has become the dominant one in the relationship and have expressed their concern about the issue. After researching this topic I am able to clearly see that the wife in this case is in the wrong. She needs to be respecting her husband and not ignoring his authority and doing whatever she wants. When she ignores her husband she sets an example to other women that it is ok to disrespect your husband and step all over them, when it really is not.
Hagar is beginning to learn to care for others more as well as share her emotions. Hagar also begins to show some concern for others, as well as express her emotions towards a situation, when she finds out that her son John has been seeing Arlene. Hagar does not approve of her son seeing Arlene because after a party she brought him home and Hagar believed this would, “...to make it completely impossible for [her] to ever hold [her] head up again in [their] town” (199). Hagar does not care much for Arlene although later she begins to worry for their future together. Arlene explains to Hagar that she believes that John and herself will get married one day.