(Ewell) During her school years Chopin attended St. Louis Academy of the Sacred Heart, there she was encouraged to write and express herself. After she was finished in school, she was thrust into the debutant and party scene. She wrote in her diary that she did not wish to go to the parties, only to stay home and be alone. (Deter) Kate eventually met her husband, Oscar Chopin and married when she was nineteen. They had six children in their first ten years of
The neglect from her brother and low self-esteem led to Horney’s depression which would affect her for the rest of her life. In 1904 Horney’s stepmother divorced her father and left him to raise Horney and Brendlt by himself. “In 1906, Horney entered medical school against her parent's wishes. At medical school, she met Oscar Horney and married him in 1909. In 1910, she gave birth to Brigitte, the first of three daughters.
It was at this point, in 1984, that Dora’s father visited Freud for advice on the council of his friend Herr K. Freud diagnosed Dora’s father with “diffuse vascular affection”. Four years later Dora was brought to see Freud by her father and by this time she had “grown unmistakably neurotic”. It was two years after this that she began her treatment with Freud. It is important to note that her treatment only lasted three months and was seen as a failure because of this. In the meantime Freud had befriended Dora’s Aunt.
A major portion of her life was spent in the belief that her family fled for political reasons, but it was only until 1997 that she came to know the truth that her family was Jewish and that three of her grandparents were victims of the holocaust. In 1948, her family moved to United States when she was only eleven. (Nolan, 2) America proved to be fortunate for the moving family as immediately after their settlement, School of International Studies at the University of Denver selected her father as Dean. Mainly, her schooling was done at Kent Denver School in Denver. In 1959, she graduated from Wesley College with a B.A.
Diana and her daughter-in-law, both attended public school, but after finishing their school, Diana didn’t go to any college. She didn’t choose any professional career. Kate became a student at Saint Andrews, in 2001 where she met Prince William. While in her first year at the university, she was placed in the dormitory St. Salvators Hall, which was the same building as Prince William. Kate and William took several classes in their course schedule together as well, and soon became friends.
At the age of 11 she was enrolled at the Montgomery Industrial School for girls once graduated, she went on to Alabama State Teacher's College High School. She, however, was unable to graduate with her class, because of the illness of her grandmother Rose Edwards and later her death. After this Rosa once again tries to return to Alabama State Teacher's College, which she did but then her mother also became ill, she then had to care for her mother and also their home. What made Rosa’s life special and also famous was her courageous act of activism. On December 1st, 1955, Rosa was asked to give her seat to a white man, she was extremely tired but she also knew that she had paid the bus fair just like everyone else and felt that she had the right to remain seated therefore, refused to grant her seat to the white man, reason why she then was arrested.
Her mother took her and her brother to live in Pine Level, a town near Montgomery. For the rest of her childhood, Rosa lived on her grandparents’ farm. Rosa was homeschooled until she was eleven. She then attended public school, she went to the Industrial School for Girls in Montgomery. She later went back to school to get her second education but wasn’t able to finish.
At birth Chanel’s name was entered into the official registry as “Chasnel.” It is speculated that this spelling was a clerical error or an ancient spelling of the family name.  The couple eventually had five other children: Julia-Berthe, (1882–1913), Antoinette (born 1887) and three brothers, Alphonse (born 1885), Lucien (born 1889) and Augustin (born and died 1891). In 1895, when she was twelve years old, Chanel’s mother died of tuberculosis. Her father sent her two brothers out as farm laborers and the three daughters to a bleak area of central France, the Corrèze, into the hands of a convent for orphans, Aubazine.  It was a stark, frugal life demanding strict discipline but raised with the charity of the Catholic faith.
Mead said in her book, Blackberry Winter, that her family moved four times a year. They bounced from Philadelphia to New Jersey to help her father in the winter and to help her mother in the rest of the seasons. Margaret also attributed the planting of the Anthropology seed in her mind to her grandmother. Her grandmother was a teacher and played a large role in Margaret’s life. Margaret was actually taught by her grandmother for most of her pre-college life.
She is the daughter of Bailey Johnson and Vivian Baxter. Angelou was raised in Stamps, Arkansas by her paternal grandmother Annie Henderson, along with her brother Bailey. Annie Henderson, whom Angelou called “Momma”, was her only stability after her parents divorced. Her brother Bailey would later give her the name Maya. At an early age Angelou was raped by a friend of her mother’s while visiting her mother in St. Louis.