This is structurally emphasized by the layout of the novel on the page. It is clear through Fitzgerald’s use of paragraphs that there is a clear conscious thought which remains constant throughout. “At first I thought it as another party, a wild rout that had resolved itself into ‘hide-and-go-seek’ or ‘sardines-in-the-box’ with all the house thrown open to the game. But there wasn’t a sound.” The long sentence structure contrasts the shorter sentence that follows it. This consequently implies a tense sentiment amongst the characters, which further enforces the tension that Fitzgerald seems to create within this chapter.
A main example from the book is that Melinda kept this huge secret held inside. She was too fearful to share it with anyone so instead she decided to keep it her secret. This turned out to be extremely detremental to her well being. It caused her grades to drop, she became an intravert, not wanting to speak to anyone or function properly as a teenager, she isolated herself from others and had no motivation to do anything. Melinda turned from being a loving young lady who had a close relationship with her parents to a recluse who became distant to her parents, friends and everyone.
Were they trapped within their homes as if they were prisons? By asking herself these questions we see how great the effect of her being treated like a child was to her. She had to ability to think or do for herself, all she was allowed to do was sit there, her body was well but her mind and soul were dying. In the story, The Yellow Wallpaper, evidence of the subordination of women to a childlike state is clear in the lack of power, control over her own mind and body, and he inability to make her on decisions and be heard. The lack of choice in her treatment is what made is lose mental stability and caused her go crazy.
In desperate need to feel loved Crane sets out on a mission to be married. She later marries a man that she’s not really interested in only marrying him to gain popularity. While reading the story I could feel the pain and imagine how hard she struggled to feel accepted. As being the only darkest in my family I often struggle to be notice and accepted too. This novel to me is altogether depressing and very hard to read without crying.
Low self-esteem “Kate is 21 years of age and has a very poor self- confidence and fact she hates the way she looks. As a result, Kate has such low self-esteem that it prevents her from using health care services. Kate’s mother is concerned about her daughter’s health and wellbeing’’ In Health and social care, health care professionals are required to empower service users and raise the self esteem of those who need it. Low self-esteem is when an individual is not confident of one's self and feels inferior constantly looking for approval from everyone else but him/herself. Discriminatory practices can result in a lowering of self esteem, it can leave the service user feeling low and not knowing their self-worth.
Logan Killicks crushes Janie’s child dream and any hope she had for that perfect marriage and love, so with this new realization, Janie knows that she must become a woman and do away with her childish dreams. Jody Starks soon becomes Janie’s out from this world of woman and adult ideas, but even she acknowledges that he does not resemble the bee that she was hoping for. “Janie pulled back a long time because he did not represent the sun-up and
Though showing to much emotion is almost always looked down upon not being able to express any emotion can have serous negative effects on ones wellbeing. Like in the story The Yellow Wallpaper the narrator is forced to stay at her husbands summer home and spend time alone in attempt help cure her form her state of depression. While there she is not aloud to write or do any actives this slowly starts to have a negative effect on her mental health. She becomes obsessed with the idea that someone is behind the yellow wallpaper that is in her jail she calls her room. This continues after multiple attempts to tell her husband that she is uncomfortable with the yellow wallpaper.
He believed that we all reach a crisis within each of the life stages. Erikson may have believed that Maria is coming to the end of the Young Adulthood stage in life, a stage which he considered ‘Relationships’ to be the important event in this stage. Maria is a single parent, and Erikson may see this as failure in relationships, which results in isolation and loneliness. Maria is affected by work and home life, causing her behaviour towards colleagues and her children to be sharp and snappy most of the time. This is because she is mentally and physically exhausted and drained where she never gives herself a break.
This suggests that her mind is unstable here because she plans to make sure that Macbeth ‘shall be what thou art promised.’ In other words, she is going to take control to make sure that the witches’ prophecies are fulfilled. It could be argued that Lady Macbeth decides to fulfil the prophecies because she loves her husband so intensely. Lady Macbeth uses very positive adjectives in this scene to describe her husband (‘great’, ‘worthy’, etc. ), in much the same way as Macbeth does in his letter to describe his wife (‘dearest partner of greatness’). They clearly have an extremely passionate relationship and Shakespeare portrays that Lady Macbeth is willing to do whatever it takes to assist her husband.
The doctors couldn’t seem to make it stop are make her all better. She was ready to go, give up, but as a family we keep holding on not understanding her wishes of let me go this is horrific on my mind, body and soul please free me. All of the morphine and manmade medicine was doing her no good the pain was still persevering through. Definitely she wasn’t eating drinking are even trying to communicate any more. She had lost her will to go on with life.