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Charlie then thinks of his aunt who abused him, causing him to get even more depressed. Child abuse is something that nobody should have to go through. Unfortunately, Charlie was victimized by his Aunt Helen and the thoughts haunt him to the point where he gets
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The children would listen to the parents yell and scream at each other night after night, until their father began to beat their mother. On multiple occasions, the children would be forced into watching their father assault their mother. The combination of years of neglect, physical and emotional violence, as well as selfishness and the web of lies surrounding their supposed nuclear family led the children to have a deep seeded distrust and anger towards their parents. The parents’ obsession with money, status, and material possessions forced Christopher to denounce material possession, and led Christopher to develop an extreme response towards relationships and
It was a consistent dilemma causing her and her sisters to hate their mother. A mother that let strange drug addicts in the house without regard for her kin. It was bound to happen eventually. A drug addict got out of control and put everyone in danger. He entered the house to get high and got angry with her mom.
The negative effects of that the theme of the power of words causes Liesel to experience misery throughout her lifetime. Liesel is abandoned by her mother at a young age. “’Is my mother a communist?’ Staring. Straight ahead. ‘They were always asking her things, before I came here.’ … ‘Did the Fuhrer take her away?’ … ‘I knew it.’ The words were thrown at the steps and Liesel could feel the slush of anger stirring hotly in her stomach.
Ridgway grew up in a house where he was harassed and abused by his mother, Mary Ridgway. Ridgway soon began growing a strong hatred towards his abusive mother. He had begun thinking of some ways he could get revenge