They become driven by their own loss inside. Others who have gone through this often don't know how to love or even care for someone else in a relationship. Their parents ... ... middle of paper ... ...think about her and tries to act exactly like they want her to. It is as if she is like glass; you have to be very careful about what you say to her, because she could break and fall to pieces at any moment. Degrading remarks, time and time again, often leave people with a broken backbone, a shattered self-esteem.
Next, victims completely disappear on trying a new thing. This means those people can focus to do their job, assignment and studying. Also, victim avoids of trust people around them, that can lead they think on negative things to people around them, even their best friends. Consequently, “Negative emotions are defined as self-conscious emotions that occur when individuals evaluate themselves negatively and/or when they feel that others are passing negative judgment on them.”(Céleste B and Lee R, p.690). Therefore, self-conscious is an unfavorable for people who normally are confident doing a thing to become a weak person.
I 've noticed a sad trend. Too many people are learning unhealthy ways of being in relationships from their family, friends, and other sources. What 's worse is that often they don 't even realize how their behavior in the relationship is driving their partner away. Have you learned unhealthy ways of being in relationships? Are you making big mistakes that can drive your partner away?
Fear is a major factor that thrives in the mind of the victim. The fear of humiliation and discrimination consumes the victim creating extreme levels of stress, which can have fatal outcomes. The sufferer becomes reserved and no longer goes to school or participates in activities they once enjoyed. In addition, the victim has a lack of appetite and sleeps constantly, which are both symptoms of depression (Bullying and Suicide). Although these are all symptoms of someone being bullied, some victims may not express how they feel or they may choose to not make it known.
Also false appearances change the perception of what characters think of themselves it leads them to a lack of self-worth. Thus, life built on weak foundations of false appearances is destined to crumble when encountered with the harsh truth making the lives of the affected individuals miserable.
The Misfit’s lack of psychological help contributes to the decay of his morality because with an unstable mind he is unable to grasp moral values whatsoever. In addition, the Misfit expresses himself strictly through violence. During the conversation between the Grandmother and the Misfit, he states that ‘“[t]hen it’s nothing for you to do but enjoy the few minutes you got left the best way you can—by killing somebody or burning down his house or doing some other meanness to him. No pleasure but meanness.”’ (O’Connor 27). Since the Misfit had to suffer through the cruelty of his punishments, he no longer believes in conventional morals and sees that the only
Chillingsworth was also hurt by Hester's act of adultery and because of her, his life was destroyed and the only thing he could do was seek revenge against the man who had been with her. Hester's child Pearl had to be raised by only one parent and that caused the child to be less disciplined and more outrageous making the townspeople more suspicious of who the child's father was. It also caused the religious leaders to wonder about the religious stability of the child, and if there might be witchcraft involved, "The little baggage have witchcraft in her"(p112). Hester also caused numerous a sleepless night for Dimmesdale. If Hester had just announced that Dimmesdale was the father he would have never have lived through all the guilt that she forced him into.
It seems that this person has a condition of some kind which gives him the compulsive urge to channel his anger through violence. ‘I’ is repeated throughout the poem to show the characters egotism, also ‘Signing on’ shows that this character feels that they should be giving out autographs. Duffy may intend to show that the fact that this person is unemployed is putting them under stress which in turn leads ... ... middle of paper ... ...first sonnes’s attitude is sad, this is a time in their life where they are feeling at their worst as they have been grieving the recent death of a child close to their heart. They feel that they will never again emotionally attach themselves anything ever again as they feel that this will only result in them feeling the same heartache. The message that ‘The laboratory’, ‘Havisham’, ‘Stealing’ and ‘Education for leisure’ are trying to put across is a message of hatred, resentment and violence these people lack the basic emotions that make human beings sane therefore putting them in a class of insanity.
Dimmesdale was first introduced into The Scarlet Letter as a coward; he did not have the courage to confess his part in the adultery while he watched Hester endure her punishment for it. Dimmesdale suffered greatly from his guilty conscience, which took a large emotional and physical toll on his body. As time went on, DImmesdale became ill and physically weak and soon required the assistance of Dr. Chillingworth. Once Chillingworth discovered Dimmesdale’s secret he purposefully set out to “disorganize and corrupt his spiritual being” (132) as revenge by making emotionally hurtful comments towards Dimmesdale. “It grew to be a widely diffused opinion, that the reverend Dimmesdale was haunted either by Satan himself, or Satan’s emissary, in the guise of old Roger Chillingworth.” (__) In addition to the emotional torture inflicted by Chillingworth, Dimmesdale would also physically injure himself with a scourge (a type of whip) and forcibly complete vigils and fast in order to punish himself.
Social Anxiety Disorder causes an individual to become extremely self-conscious about how people see them. These individuals are discreditable, and thus their stigmatizing disorder can be hidden from others. However, hiding the stigma internalizes feelings of shame and inferiority and can be detrimental to the well-being of the SAD-inflicted individual. Such is the case of David, who lost his career to the disorder he never wanted to believe that he had, but now he has no choice but to accept it.