She keeps a positive attitude flowing. Now she like to work amongst people. Ericka had work life balance, which makes her easy to deal with and she has been rated very high on her assessment. The work performance shows a lot of character and
This is usually well received by people I interact with, in a team setting. In my team assignments for this course for example, I believe I am doing very well as a leader, as everything is running like clockwork for my team. I have set routines
The lost of Codi’s baby is another reason for distant attitude towards others. She had no one to go to for comfort. Not even by Loyd or her own father, Doc Homer. This then makes Codi create a personal wall towards others in the fear of letting others come in her life. However, Hallie never went through a lost of a loved one as bad as Codi did.
She was very rude to him and would not even speak to him. It was not until Derek finally cracked and had told his mother that Morso was the only reason he was still alive and he was the one person that was always there for him and he was like family to Derek, that she realised there was nothing bad about Morso. The thing that made it the hardest was when his mother sent them to school almost as soon as they had returned. They were not ready for school or anything like that, it was even hard for them to try and socialise with new people. Derek and Morso’s lives had been so unstructed, that the common school setting was not appropriate for them.
Even though she wasn’t allowed to have a boyfriend, she still did. She was already 18, practically an adult, but since she was still living with her parents, she had to obey their rules. But one day all of that changed. At the age of 18, my mom found out she was pregnant. Still living with parents, no job, and no education, she didn’t know what she was going to do.
The prenatal Cash was a part of her, someone inside of her from whom she could never isolate herself. In the reluctant mother’s mind, Anse Bundren was to blame for corrupting her sense of privacy and would be forever dead to her. In this way, she severed what was supposed to be the most sovereign relationship in a woman’s life and created a rift through what was to come of the Bundren family. As the family grows, Addie develops misconceptions about her relationship to her children. Cash had violated her aloneness, while Darl was deprived of the love that Addie poured so strongly into the void that was her third son.
Discussion Questions 1. Minny was the person that I could really identify myself with. She was just one of those persons that speak their minds out. Minny was a very gutsy person that always liked to put people in their place when needed to but she also had a great sense of humor. Yes, she may of lost many jobs due to her sharp tongue, but she never stayed kept her thoughts to herself.
Others, including her mother and her Aunt, significantly shaped Sybylla’s identity. The impact of Sybylla’s mother’s words “you are lazy and bad” as well as “you’re really a very useless girl for your age” create a negative self-perception of her identity. The use of direct speech enables the reader to visualise and recreate the scene, therefore understanding the effects of other’s on the formation of Sybylla’s identity. Contrary to this, Sybylla’s Aunt Helen promotes positive growth in Sybylla by nurturing her. Her kind and gracious Aunt build’s Sybylla’s confidence and self esteem and is gentle and understanding, recognising her inner beauty, while reinforcing her physical beauty.
Bella’s guilt caused by her mother’s fear of loneliness has left her short of any male relations. She cannot escape the wrath of her mother, and continually surrenders to her mother's will. Also, Bella has felt she cannot start her own relationship because her mother, in an effort to protect her living children, she has trained them not to feel by hardening them with punishments such as locking them in a closet or beating them with her cane” (Bloom, Harold. “List of characters in Lost in Yonkers. p67-68).
This a secret story of an unwanted daughter, it is a memorable and enjoyable story. When Yen Jun-Ling is born her mother dies, and that is the catastrophe of her life. Not only does her father turn from the five children he had by his first wife when he marries again, but her three brothers and sister also despise Jun-Ling for being the cause of their own neglect. The third brother tells her: It all stems from our mama dying when you were born. Big sister and our two older brothers knew her better than I did.