Then once you purchase your object of choice and you take it home you can't help but admire it. It's a beautiful feeling, right? Pampering yourself is a prominent, undeniably important step in self appreciation, but remember to look good for yourself, not for others. We will always be criticized, but those who hate are irrelevant. We only have one life, so why spend it hating it?
They also believed that serenity comes to those whose will is in according with the World reason, the Logos. This type of thinking leads to reduction of frustration and anxiety. 5. What is the disinterested rational will, and why is it important to Stoic doctrine? Disinterested rational Will is a matter of having no personal attachments or motives.
In this essay I’ll explore the reasons why someone would disagree with her about her two models. Kathryn Schulz’s two models of wrongness is binary, only having two polar opposite sides; one end being optimistic and the other being pessimistic. Optimism requires the thought that all doors have handles and can be opened and to also never look at the glass as being half empty but half full. By looking at the glass being half full would be having a good outlook on life no matter what negativity comes your way. Optimism is to believe that you’ll always overcome adversity, and never let negativity triumph over positivity.
The only reason she is always lonely is for the way her husband Curly treats her and how he really doesn’t satisfy her for things and is never really around. Curley’s wife although she is married to Curly it is very rare you see them together on the ranch this could be a reason also. Steinbeck
And still, the husband loved her, but unfortunately she could no longer fulfill her role of being a mother or a wife any longer because of her depression. Sadly, the husband understood the pain of his wife was going through, and knew he had to obey her demands of isolation for the safety of the child. No one will ever really know how the little boy must of felt; having little communication with his mother, this must have been tough on him. Even though he was not capable of writing notes, he still managed to communicate with his mother by drawing pictures. Unfortunately, he never got back any response because his mother only looked at the drawings.
Her mother on the other hand, means so much to her, she doesn't want her to be alone. She decides to desert her dream, she still lives with Grandma, much like a dependant child, yet she knows Grandma would suffer from great loneliness without her” (Bloom, Harold. “List of characters in Lost in Yonkers. p67-68). Bella’s guilt caused by her mother’s fear of loneliness has left her short of any male relations.
Gilman shows this when the woman of the story says “I meant to be such a help to John, such a real rest and comfort, and here I am a comparative burden already”. She also shows that woman at this time didn’t really do anything for themselves, “Nobody would believe what an effort it is to do what little I am able - to dress and entertain, and order things”. The woman in the story is believing in the social norm and what her husband belittles her to be. She feels that she is a burden to her husband because she dislikes the wallpaper and continues to complain about how much it bothers her. He refuses to change it making her blame herself for not being able to cope with the “dull” and “flamboyant” yellow wallpaper.
She glanced around the narrow corridor, the only picture of her and her 'doting husband' provoking her attention. Her orbs still held naivety. They seemed so calm, not yet hardened by years of sadness and oppression. His own grey orbs had changed, not yet evolved from cruelty, no hate, even in his crooked smile. Pure innocence.
Since she is the only woman on the ranch, she is set apart from the others. Curley, her own husband ignores her. He does not regard his wife as a person needing love and companionship, but rather as an object which can be put aside, pushed around. Instead of being attentive to his wife, Curley is frequently going out with “the boys” to a whorehouse. Curley’s wife has no love for her husband and wished to leave him, but her final escape route is blocked since her father is deceased and her mother doesn’t want her.
Fitzgerald illustrates how “money can’t buy happiness” through the relationships in The Great Gatsby. Obviously, in Tom’s marriage he feels he’s unhappy, considering he and his wife are both having affairs, which causes a divide in their marriage. Tom's unhappiness is probably related to him not being able to play football. In the first chapter, Tom talks about how he loved football and how happy he was when he played it. He doesn't play it anymore and nothing seems to satisfy him; not even his wife.