She thought that she was not being respected due to her abusive experience from her husband, his family and others. Client doubted her sense of independence because she needed help from the center manager and other people. b. Emotions Client felt lost, lonely, and insecure because of her loss of her mother and separation from her children. She felt anxious, angry, frustrated, powerless and helpless because she could only visited her children once in 1.5months and often could not locate the CPO officer.
She intuitively knew that her mother did not posses some of the qualities she desired and this frustrated her. While at the end of the story, Beccah learns to feel love for her mother (given her tragic circumstances), it is clear that she was angered, frustrated, and embarrassed at times- and at some level wished she could have had a different parent.
She was worried about e... ... middle of paper ... ...uld mean he would be alone with no one to take care of him especially with his drinking problem. The guilt of leaving those two children she was babysitting ran through her mind. Who would look after them when she is gone? Would they be better off without her? Those where just some of the questions going through her mind and she was sitting.
Her mother loves her dearly, but was not able to provide her with a great life a child should have lived. Sadly, there was not enough weighing on their relationship her mother welcomed a new husband and more children. Emily seemed to be pushed farther from the entire family. As time goes on Emily grows up, her mother criticizes and blames herself for the distance between the relationships. It is causing tension in their already rocky relationship.
She feels the pressure of not having the financial stability to support her home, children, and lifestyle; therefore she resents her children and her husband. “Children who are rejected by their parents experience more personality disorders and behavior problems in adolescence and adulthood than those whose parents accept them” (Erkan, 2010). Sadly, this was the case with Paul because of his mother’s lack of acceptance for him. Due to the fact that the mother could ... ... middle of paper ... ...be the death of a person. Works Cited Bayley, N. (1940).
Blanche often receives no empathy through her character because of her inability to empathize with others; this is demonstrated by her relationship with her husband, her sister, brother in law Stanley, and the death of her family. Through these Devastating events she searches for empathy in all the wrong places. Her struggle without
Hagar’s character is very strong because she struggles with emotion with the people around her. We can see this because she tries not to show emotion when her father slaps her hand but didn’t want to let him see her cry. She also refused to hold her dying brother because she didn’t want to show fear and portray her mother, Hagar stated “I can’t, I’m not a bit like her”. Instead of trying to deal with her problems, she runs away from them making her weaker, both physically and mentally. The reader can strongly relate to Hagar’s life problems about aging, marriage, and family disputes because the feelings she expresses are feelings many people experienced.
Katherine Paterson's Happy or Unhappy Ending Happiness seems different for all the characters, for Gilly happiness isn't something she has been able to experience yet. This is due to the fact she does not live with her mother and does not know her mother very well. At the beginning Gilly is very unhappy. Moving from one foster home to another is affecting her badly. She believes that happiness is being with her mother, but her theory soon changes.
In addition, Crooks also does not know ho... ... middle of paper ... ... love and affection that she desires. This makes her seek it from other people. By not talking to anyone and constantly worrying about what Curley will do, she has attained a sneakiness that does not please anyone on the ranch. Acting in flirtatious ways is the only way Curley's Wife thinks she can deal with her loneliness. Even though the Great Depression had a massive affect on the characters in the book loneliness had a bigger impact.
In Chopin's work one sees a totally different view of a woman's behavior. She is not a popular writer of her era because of her crude works; the audience of her period could not justify her stories. In the story "the storm", Kate Chopin by hiding the immoral behavior of her characters behind the fear of bad weather is being ironic. The writer tries really hard to convince her readers that Calixta (the female character) was a victim of her fear of the bad storm. Kate uses phrases such as "exclaimed", "put her hands to her eyes, and with a cry" etc.