He was selfish and careless for not telling his family and friends his plans. Chris did not write to anyone in his family while he was gone and did not add anything meaningful into his journal about anyone that loved him. His family was left heartbroken without any answers as to why he left. No one knows why he did not try his best to make his journey one that he would walk out alive from. Now, he is dead with no answers.
Death allows this but no one will agree to go with Everyman because the journey will end badly. The only one who can accompany him is his friend Good Deeds, but Good Deeds is very weak because Everyman has not loved her enough in his life. When Everyman appears before God he repents of his sins and begs for forgiveness while punishing himself with a scourge. After this he gets absolved of his sins and he can continue on with his journey with Death. When the play ends it shows Everyman climbing into his grave with Good Deeds and the Doctor comes in and explains that in the end of every man's life he will only have the company of his Good Deeds to accompany him on his last
This is how he talks throughout most of the novel; more specifically about how everyone is a phony and he can’t really stand anyone and how he also never wants to be a part of the adult world. So to solve all of these problems Holden could die young and not have to worry about any of that anymore. Holden is a boy with good intentions in mind, but due to multiple traumatic events he has faced he is unable to act upon these intentions and dreams, making him a hero in his dreams but an antihero in the reality of Catcher in the Rye.
He could never do work in groups. Trying to socialize would throw him into fits of anxiety, which would result in him either having extreme fits of rage, or extreme fits of sadness. While Tyler would be in class, he would never be actively engaged in what was going on. He would always be off in his own little world, having very vivid daydreams and talking to himself, almost as if he thought these daydreams were reality. As a result of this, Tyler had to be withdrawn from public school.
He becomes cynical of his surroundings and lives his life accordingly. His discovery of evil results in his loss of grips with humanity. He comes to believe there is evil in all people and is unable to accept it. He grows old with contempt for his former idols, and never again is he able to conceive of the idea that life is pure, grand, and good. At his funeral, his family has nothing encouraging to put on his grave, and neighbors do not even bother to attend.
The experience of being frustrated and not being able to deal with the situation makes the stress shoot up in the person. The person begins to feel agitated, with anxiety, migraines and stomach pains. The person because of problems at work, in their marriage or the simple demands of life are frustrated, and the body represents it with stress. When the person feels this stress, they stop thinking positively and deteriorate their health. For example, the simple task of being a parent means that at times the person feels frustrated with so many tasks on the day to be performed.
No one liked him anymore and never asked him to play. Instead he would ask us, but now we would refuse. One day in 1939 he got so sick of us "inferior" people in the church so he left. What he did not know and what most of us did not know was that there was a battle just a town away. The nuns never told us about World War II.
Frankenstein will not tell anyone about his creation because he has no one to pour his emotions out to. This causes the loss of his family, friends,and lover. Until the end, he tells his experience to the force but was never really believed so his tale is only really heard by Robert Walton, an explorer with ambitions as strong as Victor himself. In Shelley's novel, she characterizes Victor Frankenstein and the monster as being isolated to convey their misery. First off, the state of being isolated means to be left alone, set apart from all else.
Frankenstein only takes action against it after his last family member has been killed by it because he cannot get accompany from his family anymore, which shows that he cares about himself more than the lives of other people. When the creature kills Dr. Frankenstein’s brother, his good friend Henry and his wife Elizabeth, he does not want to revenge because he still has his father to live for. However, after his father died by hearing the death of Elizabeth, he lost all his social interaction so he is alone and miserable. Before the monster’s depredations, he can depend on his family when he was sick or depressed; but now he is close to the state of solitude that the creature has experienced since being created. Therefore, Dr. Frankenstein becomes dehumanized and obsess with revenge.
Likewise, Johnny states that he does not care for his life before, and after killing the Soc and creating trouble. He said to Ponyboy in the parking lot that he might just kill himself. This is caused due to the stress by his parents arguing all the time. Killing himself, is the only path out of his stressful life that he could see. Furthermore, while in the hospital Johnny states to Ponyboy that the lives of those children were “worth more than [his]” (178).