Even my mom thought she was very fortunate to have such a wonderful mother-in-law and not a monster-in-law. When I was a kid, I like to always be by her. We sort of became the best of buddies. Sharing secrets together and having a laugh together. I was the one to keep her company when mom and dad go to work.
There are many reasons why the poet might have decided the mother to be the voice of the poem. One of the reasons is, mothers are known to be very passionate and caring, and they are the only people that can really get to their children and empower them due to the powerful bond between them. Also, every human trusts their mother more than anyone in the whole world, because of all the risks and sacrifices all mothers had undertook for their sons during their parenthood, therefore making their relationship unforgettably inseparable. This reminds the readers of their own mothers and how they owe them a huge favor for raising them; it makes them realize that the only way to pay them back is to be a success. The poet uses the very popular southern dialect in order to make the reader sense the warmth and approachability of a mother that everyone can relate to and therefore bringing the mother`s character to life.
In A Doll’s House, Henrik Ibsen sheds some light on how these aspects of her personality helped shaped the decisions that Nora Helmer made. Nora Helmer appears to be a happy wife and mother. She loves her lifestyle and seems to be looking forward to her husband’s new position at the bank. Her outlook seems rosy and she loves to spend money and get her husband’s attention in ways to that he will give her more of it. The context of these excerpts reveals just how much Nora wants nothing but money.
Nora is commonly perceived as childish, which is emphasized when Mrs. Linde points out that Nora has gone through very little hardships throughout her life, saying: “How kind you are, Nora, to be so anxious to help me! It is doubly kind in you, for you know so little of the burdens and troubles of life … My dear! Small household cares and that sort of thing! – You are a child, Nora” (Ibsen 799). When Mrs. Linde says this, Nora becomes defensive, feeling the need to prove that “[she] too [has] something to be proud and glad of” (Ibsen 799).
mom My mother is a very ordinary special person to me, but within her lays a very kind heart. The kind of person who always demonstrated great zeal for every unlucky lives without requiring anything in return and great willingness to help everyone's misery, even though she wasn’t always going through the greatest of times. My mother has taught me more than anyone else. She not only inspired me the strength to overcome hardships in my life, but also left me with invaluable life lessons. Three wise words that come to mind when thinking of my mother, is strength, trustworthy, and supportive.
She has opened my mind in ways I cannot even describe. Thanks to her I do not let boys treat me less because I am a girl. She helped me find myself. My friends come along with my sisters, they are like my sisters and have been helpful with all my problems. I am lucky because God gave me friends that I would not replace for anyone else in this
A good mother has many defining traits, unconditional love, support, and a good role model. A good mother has a never-ending supply of unconditional love. A child could destroy her most prized possession, but she will still have a smile on her face because her child is safe. Often, when a child gets upset one says and does hurtful things, and yet a mother forgives and forgets. A mother's child grows and becomes an adult, and one might make decisions she might not agree with, but she will still love her child and be there when needed.
Their convictions are that being a sole parent makes them stronger persons because they are forced to make all the decisions for themselves. They also no longer have any one to get in a fight with and no one to complicate things. One of the women says that her daughter is doing very well and that she could hardly imagine, if a man would be there, it would go any better. They also mention that the upbringing of a child, when being a single parent is more harmonious because they do not have to divide their attention between their children and their partners. 2.
Debate Closing My team has come to the conclusion that women lead easier lives than men. Our society has been established so that women have less to worry about and are cut the most slack, yet they receive the most sympathy and understanding. Men are perceived to be the caretakers of women, not the other way other way around. A woman is applauded for standing up to her man, but when a man does the same, it’s viewed as “abuse” or “disrespect,” even if his reason is valid. Men are expected to provide for their wives financially, help maintain the household, take care of the children, and support their wives emotionally.
This I would like to do as I would like to see them grow into good personalities, with the qualities of head and heart. I would be for them a friend, a patron and a guide, all in one. It would be my objective to get the love and faith of the children as, a teacher who becomes the confidante of the children is I feel their best friend. They would love me and tell me all their problems instead of hiding them for, an elder who becomes their confidante become their best friend also. They realize that, the elder has all the experience of the life they are leading so, she/he will have a correct understanding of their problems.