The main reason why they lacked money was because his father, Malachy, would always waste the entire dole on alcohol. When McCourt was younger he did not understand why they never had enough money for food, but as he matured he realized his father was the reason they had to experience a life in poverty. “We’re on the seesaw. Up, down, up, down. Malachy goes up.
The only person Huck could relate to was his friend Tom Sawyer; unfortunately Tom wasn’t the best role model for Huck. Huck’s father was a drunk that was never there when he needed him. Pap, Huck’s father, was extremely selfish; instead of being happy for Huck, Pap would always try to put him down. Pap didn’t like the fact that Huck was in school. Pap thought Huck was trying to out do him, "You've put on considerable many frills since I been away.
So you won’t be able to concentrate which means you won’t get a good job because you will not have any qualifications. Michael Jackson didn’t really have a good childhood Negative Effects: Physical: his father used to beat him, which could if left him with bruises and sprains etc. Intellectual: because of his upcoming career, he didn’t really attend school, as it would have been too hard for him to balance everything out, so he missed out on a lot of education. Emotional: his father used to beat him which could have left him UN confident. he never had a chance to meet one of his brothers seeing as the brother had died at a young age, although he never got to meet his brother it still could of left him intellectually puzzled about the past.
Paul’s Case “Paul was quite accustomed to lying; found it, indeed, indispensable for overcoming fiction”. His lying was a constant source of frustration in his life which Paul could never fully understand. Paul’s battle within himself, along with the people surrounding him, is what eventually led him to his death Paul could never really show who he was because he was always trying to live up to what his father always wanted him to be like. When someone would try to help Paul, he would alienate himself from them. On his way to New York Paul hides himself from the passengers because he wants to ride alone.
Focusing only on the present, results in Sutter’s inability to make future plans, or have dreams, "why start a family when families get torn apart." Sutter has no positive role models. He is freaked out by the thought of entering the adult world, so he does everything to avoid it, alcohol becomes, both friend and family for Sutter. When something good comes along. He does not think he deserves it.
Depending on the drinker, anxiety and depression can be elevated or become less intense. Throughout the book it is evident Frankie’s father is addicted to alcohol and hated due to his neglect of his family. Though he most obviously loves them, he is unable to put food on
Not only is he unfaithful to his wife Rose, but he also appears to have no conscious for his infidelity and his lack of nurturing towards his family. Throughout the play, Wilson illustrates the theme of responsibility by displaying Troy’s recognition of responsibility, his lack of responsibility, and how Troy’s lack of responsibility affects his family and friends. While Troy’s upbringing did not provide a lot of stability or guidance he undergoes many hardships in order to recognize the meaning of responsibility. Growing up without a mother, Troy is raised by his father who mistreated and abused him. When Troy is fourteen he has a brutal encounter with his father, leaving him no choice but to become a man and learn to be responsible and survive on his own; “…When I see what the matter of it was, I lost all fear of my daddy.
He spent his money foolishly and couldn’t keep a dime to his name. Madison and Dolley where very disappointed. Even though they had tried they’re hardest with they’re son they always felt a little broken hearted about how to situation had turned out. They somehow believed that it might have been they’re faults but Madison and Dolley did everything they could have
Although he was only an infant, just growing up and knowing that your parents put you on junk heap and left you there would tear you up on the inside. In addition, he didn’t have a significant male figure in his life to teach him how he should treat his family if he should have one. Every young male needs that in his life, just as a female needs a significant female figure in her life. He needs this male to tell teach him all that he had to learn. Without this guidance he didn’t have the slightest clue on how to treat his own family.
He is able to risk his life for this fight, but he cannot drink a beer with his dad on his day of return? People say that 18 year olds are too immature to drink and cannot handle it, but then why are they allowed to hold two jobs, be a legal adult, drive, and go to college full time? It seems to me that the only reason for the drinking age to be older than eighteen is that people are scared that the eighteen-year-olds would not be able to handle their alcohol, but anybody who just starts drinking needs time to get used to it. In turn, nobody is perfect and no matter when you start