Therefore, if he denies Hermia her happy marriage, she will live in sadness, which will have a similar effect on him. It is unlike most parents to let their children undergo suffering if it will last many years in marriage. Instead, Egeus insists that Hermia should marry Demetrius, although Hermia does not have feelings for him. His actions show that her father is foolish to the extent that he is willing to ruin her life. In fact, Egeus gives ultimatums to her daughter that she would rather die or be a Nan if she fails to comply with his demands.
Jane also seems to be fearful of her husband and even states so “The fact is I am getting a little afraid of John,” (Gilman 963). Jane also talks of how she is afraid... ... middle of paper ... ... John as “that man” symbolizing that by becoming Jeanie, the woman in the wall, she left her past life behind (Gilman 967). “The Yellow Wallpaper” speaks of a woman who struggled of more than mere insanity, but also the pressures of life. Her life continuously seemed to weigh her down and she felt trapped by what was expected of her along with her mental disease. Her environment, marital relationship, and desire to escape her illness thrust Jane deeper into insanity.
Because this can be exceptionally stressful for the family, remember that if you ever have someone in your family that is depressed, you need to take care of yourself too. If you let all of your feelings pile up without talking to anyone, it will become impossible to properly help your family member. Even worse than that, you could also become depressed, leaving even more stress and worry on your other family members. Do not think that it is selfish to take care of yourself. You could actually be doing your family a favor in the long run.
Worries of missing out on his son growing up and not experiencing romantic moments with his wife ever again filled him with both terror and grief. He expressed this fear to his psychiatrist and his concern that he might be depressed. Dr Cassem assured him that crying was a sign of acknowledgment of his love for his family. He also worried if there was anything he could do t... ... middle of paper ... ...e with compassion fatigue will be of no use to help with the patient’s emotional and spiritual needs. The emotions of both the nurse and the patient needs to be met in order to establish good communication and compassionate care between the two.
She is a disappointment to her husband, and a failure in the eyes of her father. Edna feels that since everything else up to this point in her life is bad, she has to start anew. Her awakening is her depressive fears taking manifestation. Edna has finally realized that it is now or never for her to change her life. However, following her awakening is not the way to help her
What they do not realize that it can affect them in so many ways but the one that will forever impact them the most is causing family problems. Which in many cases this leads them to lose the most important people in their lives. Not only that but they will regret everything at some point or think everything is fine but in reality it isn’t. For example in “Jerry and Molly and Sam” by Raymond Carver he mentions how Al (main character from his short story) was having an “affair” but “did not want it to go on, and he did not want to break it” (16). In addition Al was already having family problems plus he disliked the fact that the dog was part of their family but wants to get rid of the pet as soon as possible.
Everyone she thinks she could ever love is in another world; there is nothing for her in this world, so she thinks she is ready for the n... ... middle of paper ... ...ever actually does it is because Woodville talks her out of each time she seriously considers it. The other reason is because she knows it is unnatural to take your own life willingly. Even so she becomes very impatient waiting for the hour when God should grant her wish of letting her die by His hand. The guilt Mathilda's father imposes on her, definitely affects her concept of self. It makes Mathilda wonder if something is wrong with her.
But he's a human being, and a terrible thing is happening to him. So attention must be paid. He's not to be allowed to fall into his grave like an old dog." On the other hand Nora doesn't love her husband, but she doesn't become conscious of this until the end of the play when she discovers she has been living a lie all her life. As Linda, she is worried about her husband's health, but instead of just watching she confronts him, acting behind his back, knowing that she ma... ... middle of paper ... ...who keeps it attached together but she is nothing without her husband.
This will make him both physically and mentally weak; he will no longer be concentrated on the real world, and he will be constantly worrying about whether or not Martha really loved him. He does not realize that he has a greater problem to be thinking about, not just in his small world. The fate of Vietnam was in his hands. Thus, Lieutenant Cross is weak because he loved Martha, he was always distracted from the real world, and he always wished to return to his normal life not in the war. This will make him both physically and mentally weak, making him an easy target for enemies.
When a parent or both of the parents are depressed, they don’t want to do anything, which includes raising a child. When a child receives no parenting, he will grow up with bad manners, or even worse physical or emotional problems. Some people with depression will constantly ask their children for help, like bring thing them this and bringing them that. Children will grow up to not respect their parents, and maybe even hate them. Another factor that can diminish the quality of parenting is parents arguing, as shown in “The Little knife”.