I hated the way that my father was too busy providing for us physically that he never had time to provide for us emotionally. I hated my mother for her sickness, and how she could never spend time with me due to being bed-ridden. I harbored contempt for my siblings and their lack of regard for the reality of what had happened. I pushed away my friends because I thought that they didn’t understand and that they had abandoned me in my darkest hour. It would not be long before those relationships were nearly severed from my life, and I would be all alone in my mind, inside a prison of resentment and fury I had created for
Wives are angry because their husbands can not keep a job, drinks too much, will no go to social events, avoids being intimate and refuses to take care of the children. Although family members dealing with PTSD victims are attempting to help, they of feel anger and irritable in response to the anger and irritability the trauma victim directs at them.
Steven’s mother couldn’t do anything about it. She was afraid of her violent tempered husband. She tried to take her kids away from their father a few times, but she was threatened and beaten. There was no escape from what seemed like hell. After years of violence and abuse, Steven’s mother had had it.
She realizes her wrong of eliminating her father from her life. Paired by her experiences becomes inexpressive in all her relationships. Mariam has experienced only … in her life. Destiny plays a very bitter role in the life of Mariam. Completely shattered and broken down by the … and abuses in her marriage, Mariam has learned a lesson in life and that is not to stand up and fight for her rights.
As time went by, she married a man who did not fulfill the expectations of sophistication and monetary abundance that she had visualized; hence, shattering the lifestyle she imagined for herself and her children. Amanda’s demanding and idealistic views, along with the stories of past suitors were too much for her husband to bear so he ultimately abandoned her and their children for another woman he had had a long distance affair. Poverty stricken, Amanda and her family relied heavily on the meek income that her son Tom bought in from his job at a shoe warehouse and what little money she would occasionally make selling magazine subscription, whereas Laura was unable to contribute to... ... middle of paper ... ...da loved her children and had the best intentions for their future, her idealistic views of the past interfered with the realities of the world that they lived in. The worries and expectations she placed upon them were so damaging that it held her son’s confidence in himself back and diminish any dreams of a normal life for the daughter. Amanda’s illusion affected the family and herself the most because she did not want to appreciate the bright, beautiful, and kind children she had around her because she was too blinded by paranoia and the belief that nothing and nobody was ever good enough.
She does not get to enjoy the freedom which she truly desires. Desperation took over her life which led to her own death. Lastly, in the story of “The Chrysanthemums”, Elisa realizes there is no future in her marriage, which makes her understand her life has become a miserable one. The frustration of this woman caused by her husband soon allows her to recognize no one will ever see her as a valuable and smart person. The absence of attention which men have towards their respective women in the stories mentioned above provoke them to not reach the happiness they wish.
After learning that he is gay and wants to leave, Emily decides to murder him. Faulkner makes it clear that Miss Emily has lost her sense of love, and her conscience when she kills Homer Barron to keep him forever. During her early life, Miss Emily lives with her father, and he turns away every suitor that was not fit for his daughter. Due to his actions, Emily does not learn how to love another person and never quite figures it out. Hindered by her father’s over protectiveness, Emily does not know how to cope with the emotional hurdles that she approaches, later in life.
He was scared.”. (58) Lindo’s marriage was miserable, for there was no love in it. Tyan-yu, feeling no emotion for his wife, would not touch her. Matters were made worse when everyone wondered why Lindo did not become pregnant and for this came trouble. Tyan-yu was to much of a coward to make any moves and left it all for Lindo to do herself.
All this proved too much for her to handle. She could not see love (Anderson) when it was there because her fear was much to pervasive in her life. Thus, when anything uncomfortable occurred around her, she ran away. In the end, it was her downfall. She was doomed to live her life in the thresholds of the oppressive South with many children and empty religion.
Specifically the lack of communication is what starts the down ward spirial. This family lacked communication which caused enourmous conflict. The father went out nightly, therefore, mom let her insecurities sink in and automatically thouhjt it was due to another woman, as a result, everyday when dad came home they argued. This conflict caused tension, resentment and hate. He could never give an answer to where he was, or why he didn’t come home.