Troy?s relationship with his father was one, which produced much tension, and had a strong influence on Troy?s relationships with his loved ones as an adult. He had very little respect for his father because his father did not, in Troy?s mind, make his family a priority. At an early age, Troy?s father beat him ?like there was no tomorrow? because he caught Troy getting ?cozy? with a girl (549; I,4).
I remember doing things my way because I couldn’t trust anyone to follow through with the task I gave them in group projects. In addition, I was afraid to talk about my parent’s divorce because no one in my circle of friends at school went through the same condition I did. My parent’s divorce led me to having trust issues and made it hard to confide in anyone. I usually don’t feel alone. I had a great deal of friends and a large family.
The little Josue behind this wall wanted his father to hug him and so affection towards him. I did not have the father figure that I was supposed to have. I remember one time after my parents had a big fight my father left the house so both of them can calm down. When my father came back for some reason I was afraid of my father. For most of my childhood I was just afraid of my father and saw him as an authoritative figure.
Children often think that their parents know nothing and it is not until something actually happens that proves the parents are right that the children realize how erroneous they had been. Baldwin's representation of his father while his father is alive is that of total detestation towards him and his ideas. Most of Baldwin's memories of his father are bad ones: "I could see him, sitting at the window, locked up in his terrors' hating and fearing every living soul including his children who had betrayed him"(54). The vivid memories Baldwin has of his father are ones of his father's down falls. Baldwin rarely remembers the good things about his father: "I had forgotten, in the rage of my growing up, how proud my father had been of me when I was little"(64).
What I experienced before trains me how to react in certain situations. When he grew up gradually, my brother was becoming naughty and often acted in a way that my parents could not bear. My parents sometimes were unable to bear my brother’s misconduct so they criticize him loudly and impatiently. I didn’t agree with what my mom has done with my brother and thought that was the nature of a kid, telling my mom to be patient. I was always thinking that parents’ impatience would hurt my brother’s heart and even ruin his self-esteem.
“A child called it” was a detailed event of Dave Pelzer’s life. It explained everything that happened to him up until the point that he leaves his abusive mother. Something happened to his family they were once a happy family and his mother cared for them, but something happed that caused his mother to begin to treat Dave as he were not even part of their family. The worst part is that his own father allows this abuse to happen. His siblings also allow his mother to treat Dave as if he wear a mere slave.
Brads kids began to hate us and tried to make my brother and my life hell. They would do stuff they knew that would make their dad mad and give the blame to us. The more and more we got in trouble the worse it would get, first it was screaming in our faces and pushing us around but push turns to shove. He began hitting us when he had a fit about either how we act or what we did. I have never let him hit my little brother, so I would take the hits for him.
Mom would get so frustrated and upset with my brother that she would put that all on me as I am the youngest and the easiest to yell at. Because of this, it seemed like I was always screwing up or doing bad things. I think that counts as a difficulty I faced in trying to comply with the standards of good behavior because I had a hard time distinguishing if I was good at all. I think my childhood also shaped what I personally believe to be right or wrong as well because I basically learned that everything my brother did was wrong. I believe I developed a good sense of moral development and I
But he said to himself, " Besides, I have to provide for my parents and my sister. (pp. 82-83)." He felt that his family was too dependent of him. When Gregor wouldnt let anyone in his room in fear that they would be horrified by his condition, he thought that his family was harassing him because he was in danger of losing his job, and because the chief would begin harassing his parents again for the old debts" (p. 76).
The marriage had ended and my dad blames his father for the way he destroyed their family. My dad grew up without a mother and with a little to no father figure. This is the beginning of my argument, my dad had issues with his father that negatively impacted him and in turn set forth, a set of lacking fathering abilities, thus in turn also making my dad also a piece of