In Arthur Miller’s Death of a Salesman, [the protagonist] Willy Loman’s inability to live in and cope with the present ultimately destroys him. The are several constant themes and ideas throughout the play which show this. Willy’s inability to be successful according to his own standards is most problematical for him. The troublesome relationship between Willy and his family also leads to a great deal of stress. And the constants flashbacks and disillusions Willy goes through to deal with these problems bring him further from reality and destroy him.
Secondly, Ender’s emotions give away as he faces the obstacle of “overcoming” the game, thus only resulting in his anger being released. Ender grew tired of the complaining as he shouted, “Ender slammed his ope... ... middle of paper ... ... his entire journey was to prepare for this war however, as he was outnumbered this caused him to use destruction as his only source of hope due to the fact that any other option would result in a disastrous toll upon Ender’s army. In conclusion, when Ender is put in tight scenarios where he has very few options to choose from, it results with his emotions being expressed in a violent form. As a result, Ender’s mental state is affected by the violent actions taken upon Ender by showing the effect it has on the mind and how it effects one another. The effects upon Ender’s physical state results with him choosing to use violent acts in order to avoid the harm that is brought upon physical combat.
Vladek's experiences during the war caused a drama... ... middle of paper ... ...is especially incapable of trusting people who didn't libe the same life, like his son. He is very cold-hearted and sometimes even unkovinf to Art. All this being caused by Vladek's inability to deal with the pain that he suffered through-out his life, ie. the war, the holocaust, his wife's suicide, and his heart disease. Vladek has a very complex personality that evolved so muh because of the expereinces that he made throught the Holocaust.
Soon though, he learns from the monster that he has to face his fears even though it hurts because if he does not he will never accept it and feel guilty so it is for the better of Conor. After hiding for so long, Conor finally had to deal with his fear; because he had not dealt with it for so long it caused him painful conflict inside of him and the pain was unbearable.
Kunk had a reputation for being very hard on his company commanders and having very little faith in their abilities. Pre-deployment while at JRTC (Joint Readiness Training Center) he would explode on his commanders, and tell them that they were doing everything wrong, criticizing and degrading them. This wore down on his commanders and especially Goodwin, Goodwin would begin to second guess his decisions, making him less effective as a leader and making him make more mistakes than before, this would make Kunk even more upset and he would berate him even more than he would in the first place. The battalion would be deploying into the “Triangle of Death” a patch of ground south of Baghdad. It ran along one of the major highways that led into Bag... ... middle of paper ... ... patrols and his men had very little trust in him because he would not do anything that he was asking them to do.
With this going on and his good friend Mr. Utterson trying to find out why he was gone, Jekyll was always stressed. When Utterson and Poole barged through the door, Jekyll couldn’t be seen for what he was. He hid his true authentic self to the very end. For when Utterson called Jekyll a “‘self-destroyer’ Utterson concludes, not only because he has killed himself, but because it is self-destructive to violate the sexual codes of one’s society”(Showalter 113). For the main reason, Jekyll ended his life was because he went against what was societal norms during the time.
Life is full of unfortunate circumstances; terrible episodes happen to people every day whether they are pious, unpleasant, or indifferent. Those individuals, then have to choose whether to come to terms with the ordeal, or ignore it completely. In the selections, “Young Goodman Brown” by Nathaniel Hawthorne, and “The Man in the Black Suit” by Steven King, both protagonists face traumatic experiences that affect their lives, and they are forced to cope with it. There are times in people’s lives when a terrible event happens, and because they are so unwilling to face it, they cope in an unhealthy manner. They do not know any other way to process what they are feeling, so they ignore it.
Stanhope is one of the main characters that we see having to deal with fear the most. He is the one who is struggling, as we see him permanently stressed and worn out. As the company commander, he has to deal with many problems that are forced upon him, until he becomes troubled himself. These proble... ... middle of paper ... ...ghout the play, we see them mainly using displacement tactics as their way of hiding from the truth. They try as hard as possible to be in full denial of their surroundings.
Living with constant fear of everything holds a person back of all the opportunities that are offered to them because of skepticism, and because of skepticism it makes a person worry which leads back to fear, which causes anxiety. Anxiety goes on and on it’s a feeling of a never ending tunnel. So what kind of drugs or kind forms of therapy can help administer anxiety? Anxiety is one of the worst feelings because it causes a person to worry about a certain situation and keeps them worrying about it for hours, days, and possibly some months after. There are different kinds of anxiety disorders including Social Anxiety Disorder, Panic Disorder, and there are plenty of other disorders.
Secondly, Holden always said about how he felt like jumping out of a window and some instances, readers thought he would actually get the motivation to jump and kill himself. Even if Holden thinks he can leave, he is honestly ill-equipped mentally and not ready to face the “real world” once again. One of the big factors in Holden’s mental breakdowns was the fact that he was very lonely and he needed people around him, but he never opened up to people because he thought they were phony. He says “I was crying and all. I don’t know why but I was.