She said marriage has helped her life development because she had to work in a marriage with disagreements sometimes. To be close to her husband, she went through her feelings and his feelings, which made her be better person to understand another person and made an adaptation. Moreover, through marriage, she came to have a partner to share and family to do, experience and support together. Indeed, the older woman has more concrete positive perception about marriage since she experienced the marriage life
This is the climatic part within the play, due to its illustration of Nora’s character and opposition to remain under the control of her husband. The belittlement of Nora is also seen, which will lead to her final decision of walking out on her family to explore what the world has in stock for her. The passage is from the closing stages of Act Three, and deals with Nora and Helmer. It commences with the arrival of the couple from the boll upstairs and Helmer commanding Nora to be at ease. “Try and calm yourself, and make your mind easy again, my frightened little singing-bird” (Lines 1-3).
A Doll House Many females in the 1800’s did not have the courage to make decisions on their own. In the play A Doll’s House, Nora Helmer takes risks while making the decision to save her husband’s life. Nora does a good job in showing what self-respect truly means. The author focuses on what a marriage should contain by the way the characters interact with each other. The author shows us the different personalities about each character, allowing us to view their strengths and weaknesses.
In conclusion, at the end of the interview, Randy's mother restated the importance of reaching out for help from other family and professions. And she added," Bottling up the problems makes it more difficult on family." The mother also said that she liked the questions and the way of questioning as well. It helped her to think about what she really want, and to see her son improvement and progresses form the day of knowing about his disability up today. It also helped her to see her family interaction improvement with Randy, and she grateful about where they were, and where they currently are as family.
The exploration of Nora reveals that she is dependant upon her husband and displays no independent standing. Her progression of understanding suggests woman's future ability to comprehend their plight. Her state of shocked awareness at the end of the play is representative of the awakening of society to the changing view of the role of woman. "A Doll's House" magnificently illustrates the need f... ... middle of paper ... ...le that Nora expects and the miracle that actually happens are entirely different. Nora dreams of the day that her husband will sympathize with her and cease to be the dominating figure with the "upper hand" in their relationship.
This shows the root of their marital problems. Woolf further highlights the importance of reading to Mrs. Ramsay and the importance of reading his wife crookedly to Mr. Ramsay in the moments after between the couple when Mr.Ramsay wants his wife to say she loves him and she can’t. She feels she has “triumphed again (Woolf 124)” in not stating so. Although she can accurately signal to Mr. Ramsay that she loves him without saying so, this lack of ability to stay those three
In other words, she is grateful to her father for what he has given to her but will stand by the side of her husband, as any women should. Even while Othello is accusing her of having an affair with Cassio, and insulting her calling her a whore, her responsibility of standing by her man and trying to understand him still remains. As angered as she may be with what he just called her, she questions him politely, as to why he is saying ... ... middle of paper ... ... The role these women had to take on in this play, was probably not to far from the way it really was for women during that time, and for some couples, the way it is today. I would hate to think that men can still have this philosophy, but I know it still exists.
The test came back that I was a strong Relator. I find that kind of shocking because the thing I am finding as my weakness is relating to my wife. This is why I am personally going to marriage counseling to seek help relating to her. However, I do find it easier to relate to people at work or in a business environment. Even though I see Relator as a weakness and a strength, my marriage counselor has told me that it is not that relating is not my strength, but I have to get more in depth with my emotions to relate to my wife.
Active listening is paying full attention to the speaker and shows you are concerned (Janasz, Dowd, Schneider, 2015, p. 136). While using active listening, the author asks questions about her friend 's struggles and expresses she understands how her friend is feeling about the pregnancy problems. Additionally, active listening has the potential to enhance relationships (Janasz, Dowd, Schneider, 2015, p. 136). As the author genuinely focuses on the friend’s problems she offers time and support, which builds a bond and strengthens their trust. There are different characteristics of active listening, however, one of the most important characteristics is to not talk too much (Janasz, Dowd, Schneider, 2015, p. 136).