Throughout The Joy Luck Club the chapters in which Waverly is the main character, Waverly always changes her actions or opinions depending on what her mother’s reactions are. Does Waverly act this way in order to get her mom to like her more by agreeing with her or is it truly that her mom is always right and Waverly is always wrong? Why does Waverly change her opinion or attitude depending on how her mother feels? I believe that Waverly wants her mother to accept her. Her mother continually tries to show Waverly that she is a good parent and is looking out for her daughter’s best interest.
In the end her and her baby got the help they were looking for, and were adopted into the family. This was all because she wanted to do the right thing for her child. This made me highly respect Mandy, and I had this feeling about her the entire book. People that do the right thing get
The relationship with parents/carers is the first and most important relationship in a child’s life.They need to have a strong bond or attachment to their primary carers to feel loved and secure. Parents are a childs first teachers so they build the basis for the development. It is important that the child is praised for their actions and not criticised to help build their self esteem and self worth. It is important for children and young people to have friends as they learn social skills that will be important to them throughout their lives. These skills can be vital to maintaining social relationships and help them be able to resolve conflict.
She finds Nell and she feels what it is like to be her mother. She also has the inner conflict of whether she should give her to the orphanage. In the end she decides to keep her. This shows maturity because she is showing not only care for herself but other people as well.When Nell gets yellow fever that is the end of Mattie’s laziness because she has to work her hardest just to keep Nell and Eliza’s nephews alive. “It was never going to stop.
To a child that age, they see their mom as their caregiver. They could even think that is their mom’s job – being next to them and caring for them and loving them. To hear, “I have to find something interesting,” from their mom, I think it is almost impossible for a child not to misunderstand that and blame their mom’s leaving them on
Herberth 1 Wendy Herberth Mr. Smith ENG1101 E-Learning November 18, 2012 "Mommy dearest" "Mirror mirror on the wall", I am really like my mother after all. Daughter and mother relationships are something so valuable and should be treasured in my opinion. Many young girls admire their mothers, as they are their very first friend. They are each other's confidantes and pals. A mothers duty is to protect their young, and giving birth to a baby girl is a miracle, but then raising a daughter is a whole different miracle.
As the youngest and an only girl in the family, I have experienced the different advantages and disadvantages of growing up to be a woman. In many ways, certain teachings and influences in their lives have empowered girls to be a mature and responsible woman even at an early age. The guidance of her mother has given her discipline in her actions and consequences. We are often taught how to be “lady-like” at such a young age that it has been imprinted in our minds on what-to-do and what-not-to-do’s. Also, it gives an opportunity for women how to be independent such as cleaning, cooking, running errands, and serving her family.
The experience of pregnancy and the feeling of postpartum life are unique for every woman. The culture is showing that becoming a mother of a baby is the happiest time in a woman’s life. Every woman should know and understand what is prenatal mental health. The society should provide the support and information to all the pregnant women. “Women were afraid of two things: to die during childbirth and that something should happen to the baby during childbirth.
ADITI MAJITHIA ID-0903145 “Girl” 1. The mother of a preadolescent daughter sees herself as the only person who can save her daughter from living a life of disrespect and promiscuity. She imparts advice to her daughter to both help her and admonish her at the same time. She admonishes her and uses words of wisdom but often repeats herself, especially to warn her daughter against becoming a “slut”. The mother dispenses much practical and helpful advice that will help her daughter keep a house of her own someday.
She shows her children a lot of love and attention and she works hard to be a good mother. Loving, hardworking, and a great parent best describe her. LaRhonda Anderson is a loving person. She never treats me wrong and she has a good heart. Also LaRhonda always helps her friends or siblings that are in need of help.