He makes himself sick working so much, isolating himself while working on the creature. Victor emotionally isolates himself when he realizes that he created a monster. Since Victor isolated himself, he was eventually able to return to society when he received a letter from his wife, Elizabeth. He returns home unlike the creature that did not have a home to return to. The lonliness caused by the creature killing Victor’s family caused Victor to isolate himself from the rest of the world he became very depressed because he lost many members of his family.
Unit 12 2.1explain how individuals experience discrimination due to misinformation The attitudes people have towards those of us with mental health problems mean it is harder for them to work, make friends and in short, live a normal life. -People become isolated -They are excluded from everyday activities -It is harder to get or keep a job -People can be reluctant to seek help, which makes recovery slower and more difficult -Their physical health is affected. This is because society in general has stereotyped views about mental illness and how it affects people. Many people believe that people with mental ill health are violent and dangerous, when in fact they are more at risk of being attacked or harming themselves than harming other people.
The reason to Conrad’s suicide attempt is his mom's acute coldness towards him shows her ultimate despise of Conrad because she blames him for not dying instead of her favorite first born son. After his suicide, Conrad is asked to see a psychiatrist by his father. Cal tries to bring the family back together, Beth, Conrad and himself, but fails to do so. Beth never once visited Conrad in the hospital and barely checks up on him to see if he was asleep. She began to shut herself from her husband and most importantly, her son.
Participation in local events, politics and public life are all extremely difficult if a person lacks motivation or feels afraid or stigmatised by society. 2.3. the impact of mental ill health on family, friends, social or work network. For the family of someone with mental ill health the problems can be very wide ranging, there are immediate problems coming to terms with the fact that a member of “our” family is not normal. If people have little or no understanding of mental ill health they may apply all their own misconceptions or prejudices towards their own family, thus creating confusion and anger in themselves. People can also feel guilt/anger and try to find fault with themselves or other family members.
Rayona hates it more than anything that when she goes anywhere, people poke fun at her and make racial remarks to her which makes her feel insecure about herself. When Ray meets Foxy for the first time, Father Tom introduces her and Foxy says, “Your Christine’s kid…The one whose father is a nigger” (Dorris 44). Not only does Rayona have to deal with racism her mother is always putting her in bad situations. There has been quite a few times where Christine has attempted to leave Ray and told her that she wanted to commit suicide. One time in the very beginning of the story Elgin goes to visit Christine in the hospital, Rayona had not seen him in 5 months and Christine did not want to tell him about her sickness.
Self-harm has many long term affects which can be very serious. If a person is misusing substances, they may become dependent on it, and suffer symptoms when they do not take any of the substance. It may also affect an adult’s mental health, leaving psychological and emotional scars, because they have felt so worthless and poorly of themselves that they will always carry this memory with them. If the adult was cutting themselves or burning themselves, they will carry scars from this. These scars may lower self-esteem in the long term as the individual may feel ashamed, also other people may see these scars causing embarrassment or bringing up bad memories so they can never forget.
Children whose families have joined with another family and therefore have ‘step-family’ may experience unhappiness due to the child being picked on or feeling left out, this would lead to low self-esteem and they would quite possibly result in lack confidence in their own abilities. Poverty can affect all areas of a child’s development, physically, socially, emotionally and
The horrible image of the creature's outward appearance physically isolated him from society. While society didn't isolate Valerie at first, her parents did. In Mary Shelley's Frankenstein, there was only one person who accepted the creature and that was a blind man who tried to comfort him, sadly the family of the man walked in on their conversation and ran the creature out. It was at that point the creature knew he'd never be accepted into society. With this realization of loneliness he found himself starved for affection.
While growing up, I felt confused, lonely and hated by my mother. I was confused in my younger years, living with my mother. At times, she was happy, and then her mood changed so drastically, she became sad or angry. She never took me to see any of my family members, and when I asked why, she said,” They don’t love us “. I wanted to ask her “Why didn’t they love us?” but the look on her face, changed my mind immediately.
Jet Hizon 12 AP Literature 7 Mrs. Glazer 14 October 2013 Hatred Hatred is an intense dislike or extreme aversion or hostility (Dictionary.com). The monster was driven to despise all of humankind because of the way he was treated from the moment he was given life. The love and affection he was craving for from humans was never given to him and instead he was abhorred by his reflection. Mary Shelley portrays that hatred consumes the monster turning him into the fiend because of the way the humans brutalize him. From the moment the monster was given life, He was welcomed by his creator, Doctor Frankenstein, ran away, his heart filled with “horror and disgust” (Shelley 35) by the