With only having the job as a “happy homemaker” woman in the 1950’s felt dissatisfaction and needed fulfillment in their life other than staying home, and taking care of their families. Consequently, in the play The Crucible by Arthur Miller women were portrayed almost the same way. They both were treated poorly and held a position of that inferior to men. Because, women in the Crucible held no real power or independence they were forced to follow the negative stereotypes of the 1950’s. Women in the 1950’s were expected to stay home, and were more or less left out of everything that were to be of importance.
Pat is also finding it hard to adjust to being in The home as up to a weeks ago she was living alone with carer’s Popping in a couple of times a day to assist her with her personal Needs .Pat is very depressed and doesn’t really understand why she is now in her home so is refuse’s to leave her room To mix with the other residents in the communal lounges she has Also Been choosing to eat her meals alone but often hides her left over’s food in napkins I was asked to be Pats key worker so the first thing I Did was try to take time to spend with Pat and her daughters when they visited in her room. I painting Her nails, did her hair and just talking about her past to try to Gain her confidence I also spoke about her Parkinson’s and reassured her that she had nothing to be embarrassed or worried about as everyone is here to support her and listen whenever she wants to talk. I also spent some meal times with her and we Ate meal together on occasions to help encourage her to eat a Little better. After about a week I was helping Pat to get ready in The morning and suggested she joined the other residents just For breakfast at first she said no but after some gentle persuasion She agrees. At breakfast I
She spends the majority of her time at home looking for some assurances but receives very little as her mother is sleep when she gets up for school and at work when she comes in from school. Selena’s mother works at night to supplement the family income. So in essence Selena has become a stranger in her own
Her carer often comes round and is nasty to her, pushes her and calls her names. Mary hasn’t told anyone because she thinks it is her fault, she is being annoying and this is why her carer is horrible to her. Also people who are dependent on others for personal care. Sometimes people living alone and depending on a carer can make a person very isolated and they may find that their main contact with the outside world is through their carer. Their carer may be the person they see the most in the day.
Whenever Tan was younger, she was always ashamed and embarrassed of the way her mother spoke because it would often sound weird and many people not familiar with her way of speaking found it very difficult to understand her. Tan described that whenever her and her mother went to a store or restaurant they were not treated the same as someone
My brother and I stayed at my Grandpa’s house most of the time she was up there mostly only going home to sleep and get ready for school the next day, it was weird and confusing but my grandpa was good at getting our minds off of things and keeping our spirits up when he needed to. While my grandmother was in the hospital, my brother and I didn’t get to go see her, we were either too young to go in or my parents didn’t think we should see her that way, I can’t remember. When she finally came home, they said the disease was gone but she was still very sick. She looked completely different and she was very weak. They had started her on chemotherapy, and from what I understand
This passage is relatable to my life because although the women are wished luck in certain cultures she can be cast off by her family into a new world in a new house and style of living. A like college life for me I have not been able to ask my parents for help all too often but rather live my life by myself with my own money and experiences. Bateson sat in on a day of preschool for her daughter. While at school she realizes the big culture difference between the groups of humans when the teacher throws away all of the drawings done by the children during their drawing time. This passage shows the huge difference between a cultures that rewards creativity in children to not showing any concern in their creativity at all.
Esther’s mother fails to understand Esther and has led a difficult life. She has had to raise two children all alone and struggled to support them when they were mere children. Joan was Esther’s companion when she was in the mental hospital, whom she did not like very much, but connected to her greatly. Esther grew up with her brother and her mother, and has graduated from her junior year in college. Esther struggles with herself between uncertainty and unreality with all that is going around her.
He was not able to come to terms with himself that the times were changing, and in turn, Emily was shunned away from the more modern generation of people her own age. Being the obedient daughter she was had caused Emily to become very desolate at the time of her father’s death. It led her to a life locked away in her house, preserving what little she could hold on to. Not only did her
She speaks about not being able to have kids and how men would attempt to flatter her but she would repeatedly reject them. This again makes you feel her loneliness in this world. Her solitude is present and even she realizes it and you can’t help but empathize with her. The notion of solitude dwindles and depresses her. She slightly discards the idea of being treated like the rest of the elderly and her friends who are dead, ill or residing in nursing homes.