This isn’t what Daisy wanted at all. At some point Daisy loved Tom, and it’s very likely that she still does, regardless of all of his cheating. Living a life of riches for so long has affected her with affluenza, blinding her morals as it did to Tom. When someone already has everything they could ever ask for, they’re still going to want more. Something to work for, or else life becomes boring as Daisy points out many times in the novel.
When my brother and Halee met she could have easily decided to pass my brother up because she knew that her grandparents would be mad. But love is blind and she decided to give him a chance. Her grandparents are now speaking to her regularly and have accepted that she is in love with my brother. It was very hard for my brother when he found out what happened with Halee’s grandparents but they made it through it and their love story is what I believe in. Because of the example that I have watched for five and a half years I know that true love exists.
Everything seems to be lesser than before, Nick points this out when he says that “Tom was one of those men, who reach such an acute limited excellence at twenty-one, that everything afterward savors of anticlimax” (Fitzgerald 6). Other men cheat because they want to feel wanted; Daisy never had much interest in Tom. Daisy has always been rich and did not need his money to be happy. On the other hand, Myrtle Wilson seems to want Tom; he begins his affair with Myrtle at the same time of Daisy and Gatsby’s affair. It could be said that their constant cheating eventually made their marriage fall apart.
This also contradicts her strong personality that some readers admired earlier in the play. In addition, this also contradicts her trust in Lysander himself and his love that gave her the bravery to face her father and Theseus that courageously. My point is not that Hermia stopped trusting Lysander any more, as she accepted to marry him at the end even after his betrayal to their promises when he expressed his love towards her friend Helena. In addition, she “continues to worry about Lysander’s safety even after he has abused and abandoned her.” As explained by
Never fall in love with a player. I am a prime living example of this and I want to give you my story as an example. This will also show you why sometimes calling love a ‘Happy Endings,’ can be a back track of the true meaning of love. “A deceitful man will go as far as to trample all over a woman’s reputation and spirit, in order to prove to his ex-love that he was faithful. The irony, is he is still in love with his ex and the new woman in his life doesn’t even realize it.” Shannon L. Alder You see two people holding hands.
In many ways Viola represents true love, love that is not self-seeking but self-sacrificing, throughout the play she remains true to Orsino, trusting him completely "To do you rest, a thousand deaths would die" she would die for him and willingly. Many people would agree that any person who could feel like that is stereotypically shallow and petty, both traits people despise. She carries out orders unquestioningly to "woo" Olivia, when she herself knows she is wooing the woman that will be Orsino wife "who'evr I woo, myself would be his wife" when it is she that wishes to be in that place. She wants him to be happy and in giving him that happiness, her happiness she is left alone, is that not self-sacrificing? Out of all the characters in the play it is Viola who speaks sincerely and honestly, showing them what true love is "In faith they are as true of heart as we" telling Orsino that love a woman can bear towards him is as much as he can bear a woman.
Olivia wants to believe that she has a chance with Cesario, (a eunuch that is actually disguised) so she gives herself assurance. When Cesario simply sympathizes to Olivia’s confession of her love for him by saying, “I pity you” (3.1.113), it seems like Olivia immediately answers, “That’s a degree to love”! (3.1.114). Olivia is so desperate for Cesario! Her seemingly immediate answer shows that she will take whatever Cesario says and will twist it around to her advantage so that in her thoughts, Cesario does love her.
The Character of Ophelia in Hamlet Ophelia is a beautiful and simple-minded woman, easily molded by the more powerful opinions and desires of others. The thoughts of her father and her brother influenced her the most. The love letters from Hamlet also swayed her opinions and confused her mind. Ophelia wasn't able to realize herself because of all the pressures exerted on her to be something she's not. That weakness of mind and will, which permitted her obedience to her father and thus destroyed her hope for Hamlet's love, finally resulted in her insanity and death.
He has lied for years about his feelings for his wife, his son Gooper and his daughter-in-law Mae, he says he loves them, when in fact he can't stand any of them. Maggie, who seems to tell close to the truth the entire play, breaks down and lies about her pregnancy. Sometimes the lies are not even lies; they are just seen to be that. Big Daddy thinks that Big Momma is scheming to take over the place, when in fact she really does love him. He only sees this as a lie because of his feelings toward her.
She began the play faithful and loyal to her husband, which we soon figured out was due to forced ignorance and naivety. She slowly learns of a different lifestyle and immediately wants to be a part of it. She starts lying and cheating on her husband and eventually wants to leave him. Her problem was that she didn’t realize that she didn’t fully understand Horner’s way of life. He didn’t love her and had no intentions of loving her.