Troy do not want his son Cory’s life to be like him, but yet he raised him to be an independent man like his was. Troy denys Cory’s chance to a football tryout because he believes that his son will experience his disappointment in the industry. Troy said to Rose, “I don’t want him to be like me!” (1046). One of the differences that complicate their relationship is that they have grown up in completely different time ... ... middle of paper ... ...ding to Rose, his wife she believe that family should respect regardless of how big of a mistake they make, when Troy cheat on Rose for example. She was upset but she doesn't want to leave him because she have a child to take care of.
Having no father and having your mother send you away every year can harshly impact a child’s life. Even though Dill shows no noticeable sign of having a poor family life, we know that something catastrophic might happen to Dill in the long run if no one does anything to fix Dill’s problem. Dill tries to fix his problem by himself. He eventually begins to show some strain in his family life further into the book and he decides to try to fix his predicament single-handedly. When he feels his mother and his new father are not paying enough attention to him and they don’t want him around,”the thing is, what I’m tryin’ to say is---they do get on a lot better without me”(143), he decides in order to fix his position he must run away to a better life with the Finch’s.
War has changed him to the extent in which he can no longer call the place where he grew up home. Bäumer visits with his mother and recognizes that ideally this is exactly what he wanted. "Everything I could have wished for has happened. I have come out of it safely and sit here beside her." (159) But ultimately he will decide that he should have never gone on leave because it is just too hard to be around his family and see how different he has become.
Nnameka finally decides to tell his father, and his father is highly upset at him and doesn't want to see him anymore. When Nnameka and Nene get married they have two sons together. Their boys were always asking about where their granddad was, So Nene comes up with a plan to write Okeke. Okeke was never around and he has wasted precious time, Okeke finally had a change of heart “–and Vague fear that he might die without making it up to them” (Page 6) He Hardly slept that night from remorse. Okeke finally comes to see the boys and he regrets he that he stayed away from his son and his family.
Instead of worrying about their son and his new, awkward condition, Gregor’s parents worried about themselves, and how this tremendous change would affect their lives. What Gregor longed for, a chance to be loved and treated as a part of the family, was sadly what his own parents and sister failed to see all along. They paid no attention to his emotional or physical pain, but rather disowned the idea all together that thi...
Lee did not like his mother doing all this for him, but he never told her that he didn' t want her to keep doing the domestics around his house. She kept on doing things like that for her son, thinking that she was helping out. Eventually, Lee came to resent his mother for all that she did for him and as time passed he expected more from her. He did not tell her that she was interrupting his life. Lee's mother became ill. She had a long, painful battle with a disease, I am not sure which one, for I was only ease-dropping.
He decides to leave and scream and show everybody he is upset he did not get what he wanted. His mother tells Walter, “Son, do you know your wife is expecting another baby?” to settle him down and also so he can talk to Ruth civil. His mother bought a house and is going to be able to fit the upcoming family member in their home without having to struggle how they are going to live their lifestyle for the rest of their life. Walter however, is still thinking about his liquor store when he should have the same mentality as his mother. A new home, means new beginnings for them but he does not see it that way.
The nanny would often refuse to feed him to punishment him for crying, resulting in stomach issues. Bertie explains to Lionel how the child abuse went on for about three years before his parents realized what was going on. This is an example of neglectful parenting because they were unaware of what is happening in their child’s life (Berger, 2011, p.274). Parenting styles can affect the way a child see themselves, in this case strict parenting caused Bertie to feel unhappy and internalize his problems. It also leads to him not being taught how to correctly handle his emotions.
She also wanted to help him out by removing the furniture from his bedroom so he could have more room to crawl around. Eventually, Grete began to feel annoyed and disgusted by the presence of her brother. By not caring anymore, she no longer fed nor acknowledged her brother. Grete was the first to announce that the family needed to get rid of Gregor. After his death she was content to go on with the rest of her life, with out the burden of her brother.
If the father were still alive to know that his diaries are read, he would be disappointed and upset. The mother understands her husbands trust and she will not read his diaries. “... She saw where he had hidden the current volume, was tempted to open it and see what it was he didn’t want her to know, and then thought better of it and replaced the papers, exactly as they were before” (p. 44). The mother does not need to read the diaries to know what her husband is like. She knows that what her husband thinks is secret and unkind because she also has unkind thoughts.