Unbearable Pain No-one wants to have a loved one spend their last days in unbearable pain, the very idea horrifies us. The issue of unbearable pain and suffering has been used as a reason why euthanasia and/or assisted suicide should be legalized. Doctors experienced in pain management and palliative care dispute this perception. For example a 94-year-old woman that for many months she had been bedridden, unable to feed herself and in severe pain from a hip fracture she refused to have repaired. With increasing urgency she had pleaded with her doctor to end her life.
The woman tells her aborted children that she loves them, and that is why she has made the choice to abort them. The first line, "Abortion will not let you forget" (Line 1) brings about vivid thoughts about the controversial subject matter of abortion. This forces the reader to set aside his or her own personal views regarding abortion. For this reader, abortion is a subject that has always touched the inner feelings and memories of having to make the choice of aborting a child, not for the lack of love, but for the lack of the social and financial standing that is required to raise a child. For this reader, this poem was a recollection of a past event, that has been hidden deep within my heart and soul.
This part of the poem shows that women really do suffer the loss of a baby and that sometimes some women wish they could take back what they have done. The woman who wrote this poem expressed that she felt like she had created an empty hole by choosing to abort her innocent child. In March of 2002, a retired nurse who had witnessed two full term abortions participated in an interview given by Scott Johnston. The nurse was unsure of what she was in for; she just did as she was told which was to go to the delivery room. For both of the abortions that she had witnessed, her job was to hold the baby in order to keep it in the birth canal.
Betty had pain in her breast she was overwhelmed with great fear that she would have breast cancer because her mother and grandmother had it before her. Instead of her crying to the doctor she was afraid and withdrawn herself from everyone she cared about even her daughter. One day her sister came home and found her on the floor passed out. She called 911 and rush her to the hospital while there her worst fear was known. She had breast cancer.
She also experienced a lot of mental abuse from her mom, who seemed to cut her down more than anything. When it came to her relationship with Melchior, she just seemed to go with the flow. She kind of got sucked into doing things that she, possibly, may have not done if she would have had a closer, more open relationship with her mom. Wendla longs to feel loved and at one point, even confuses the physical abuse that one of her friends experiences at home as real love and begs Melchior to hit her. She was a very lost child that needed more attention on the home front.
some of the major incidents that I’ll include consist of the depression I suffered from due to isolation, and the terrible and intense arguments I had with my mother. In the end I will talk about how I have been trying to do random acts of kindness for my mother to make up for everything I made us both go through. (Score for Question 3: ___ of 20 points) Fill in sensory details about what happened. You do not need to fill in all five senses if they are not relevant to your topic, but be sure to fill in sight and sound. Answer: I felt very lonely and had low self esteem, I felt like a horrible person whether or not I wanted to admit it to myself.
The thought alone can drive a woman to suicide. Having a child that reminds you every day of the worst night of your life is devastating. Her plight, and the other women plight like hers I understand why they would consider the thought of ending the life of their child. As a mother, I feel nothing is more precious than the life of my child. My child means the world to me.
"She'd brooded on her loss, misery had brewed/ In her heart, that female horror, Grendel's/ Mother, slain his father's son/ With an angry sword. " First this quote refers to Grendel's mother and how the loss of her son impacted her. The physical description of both Grendel and his mother represent them as monstrous looking, tempting to ignore that they're very real emotions. Grendel's mother has been cast away from humanity, but also that she didn't do anything to precipitate this. The poet remains reader of how understandable Grendel's mother's response is.
“The moment she got close enough to see the face, Sethe’s bladder filled to capacity” (page 61). This reaction caused Sethe to drag this stranger back to 124. Even though, this unknown creature was very frail and sick, Denver and Sethe slaved over her, so that she may be nursed back to health. Once being nursed back to heath, it was very clear to Sethe that the girl she brought into her house was a reincarnation of her lost daughter, causing confusion and untold mysteries to be solved. The ambiguity is defined in this restoration of a murdered girl.
Mr. Davis to me had no heart and wanted his wife whenever he felt like it, to make her go through so much. But still, Mrs. Davis did everything she could to help Mr. Davis and at the end she found God’s love and correction in him. Women were also scared of child birth. Jerusha said, when she was five months pregnant that she was going to die in child birth, she prepared herself. “She acknowledged that she was a fearful creature, and especially so because of her pregnancy, and wished to give herself up completely to God”.