I believe John had a genuine concern and love toward his wife but not wise in his treatments of her mental health. He missed the mark in his Isolation treatments toward his wife mental condition. As the Author cites “John does not know how much I really suffer, he knows there is no reason to suffer, and that satisfies him”. Moreover, John tried very hard to make his wife comfortable at the house even having his sister help, although she didn’t like it. “There comes John's sister.
She called Atticus a “nigger-lover” just like how Tittle’s wife disagree with him playing football again right after he recovered his injuries from the past. To me, Aunt Alexandra was rude because that was an insult unlike Tittle’s wife who just disagreed with what he is going to do. Even though Atticus know that he might lose everything helping out the black client with his trial, he still helps him just like now Tittle know that he might lose his life playing football with such injuries but he still plays. This is not only courage to me but also brave to me because I would never be able to do what Tittle and Atticus did. Tittle is brave enough and be like Atticus who betted
The only reason he cannot be wholly to blame is that Kim had the opportunity to get her assignment there in time. But in all fairness, a husband that feels insecure and would not support his wife one hundred percent is failing his wife as a partner. In my own experience, my wife supports me completely and the love and trust that we have supersedes all insecurities. Looking at the relationship Kim and her husband have I would not say that they have as strong of a foundation as they should. But the fact of the matter is that regardless of her husband’s actions Kim had the means and opportunity to succeed and instead chose the wrong
Travis should not have to sleep on the couch. Beneatha should be able to be a doctor, but she must be careful not to overspeak according to Mama. Beneatha's frustration with the "outdated" ideas of her mother and her brother's traditional marriage are felt. She is a dreamer and yet the reader wants to believe with her. Walter's anger is perfectly justified although it gets him nowhere, and Ruth's increasing frustration with her husband is also justified, especially as they are about to bring another child into the world.
I believe that Oedipus suffered from PTSD after finding out the true story of his life. The role of women has improved but not by much. Women now have more rights when it comes to publicly working but still don’t have as many opportunities as men. Oedipus and Jocasta were not guilty, because they got together unknowingly that they were mother and son. They end up feeling guilt and shame because they have violated tow of the basic rules of humanity.
Even though he loves Edna and his sons, I don’t think he is considered as a good husband since he knows very few about Edna’s true feeling. I think this because he spends slight time with them, and leaves the family behind and goes out saying that he is always busy and has to go away for business or spends more time with his friends. As my point of view, I think it is not fair for a guy to treat a wife or his family like this and it seems like he is just a selfish person to me. Since marriage during that time of period was very harsh for women I think she was able to survive by meeting people. The time period where Edna was living was in a very strict condition for the women, especially for house wives.
Cal expresses it in such a way that it so meaningful to the characters in the story, society itself, and the viewers. In, Until They Bring the Streetcars Back, the characters find themselves discovering the soft side of Cal Gant that they would have never thought they would have found. Some of the characters that acknowledge it were Gretchen, Peggy, Spence, and Sergeant Riley. Gretchen was always repressing him back because she knew after awhile that he was nice and innocent. Peggy, as his little sister, knew him very well but could always tell when he rapidly would grow up to be a good guy.
As a nurse, I have found that the anger the family shows to the staff taking care of the dying patient is not really directed at the staff, but at themselves. The family feels helpless, frustrated, and at times guilty because they want to do more for their loved one but at the same time, deep in their own hearts they know there isn't one thing they can do. When their loved one finally dies, it is much easier to displace their feeling on the other people because I believe it makes it easier, at the time, to deal with the death. During my first year in nursing I was taking care of a dying patient with cancer. The patient's doctor had already talked with the family and informed them that the patient had about a couple days left to live.
While belonging to a family is an important facet that shapes ones identity, it can however, be fraught with opposing pressures of struggle. This notion is alluded to by Haddon, where Christopher faces the dilemma of having to leave his father Ed, having found out he had killed his neighbor’s dog. Christopher losses his trust within his father and
It is not unusual for adult children of permissive parents to feel resentful or angry toward their parents as they realize the many lessons they were not taught as children because their parents were so desperate to not make waves at any cost,by being the “cool mom”. I have listed a few Characteristics of the Permissive Parenting Style, which I call - (PPS – Permissive Parenting Style). ), I have found that in doing the research, that I, myself as a parent are guilty of some of the things below. Have few rules or standards of behavior When there are rules, they are often very inconsistent Are usually very nurturing and loving towards their kids Often seem more like a friend, rather than a parent. May use bribery such as toys, gifts and food as a means to get child to behave There are some effects to this type of parenting such as: Lack self-discipline Sometimes have poor social skills May be self-involved and demanding May feel insecure due to the lack of boundaries and guidance Since these parents have few requirements for mature behavior, children may lack skills in social settings.