Children are affected by the divorce more if the parents have custody hearings or move away from each other. The decision to terminate an unhappy marriage through obtaining a divorce is almost never an easy decision. It is usually reached only after other options and alternatives have been carefully considered and then rejected as non-viable
By nature people are afraid of the unknown, and when something changes people assume the worst even with just an appearance. Just like in the story people don’t go directly to the person to ask them why, but just to sneer and make rumors. Where do we learn not to directly approach a person if something is odd about them? We all do it, even I do it. Even if its family we don’t ask, just assume.
Explain How Different Types of Background Affect Relationships* Cultural Background Affect relationships and the way people communicate Children or young people that have been brought up in different circumstances to others, may impede their chances of an opportunity to develop their language and communicating skills with others. This may be social, race or cultural. Upbringing also may include extended family life such as new step families and indeed single parents. All changes effect children’s lives and their social skills. Other difficulties we may encounter can be outside the home and within the environment, for instance, no local library to study, high crime areas, which would be unsafe to play in.
Anxiety; the child may worry constantly about the situation at home. He or she may fear the alcoholic parent will become sick or injured, and may also fear fights and violence between the parents. Embarrassment; parents may give the child the message that there is a terrible secret at home. The ashamed child does not invite friends home and is afraid to ask anyone for help. Confusion; the alcoholic parent will change suddenly from being loving to angry, regardless of the child's behavior.
Vladimir Santana In the Story "The Scarlet Ibis" by James Hurst The narrator and Doodle had close relationship with each other after training with his brother, who was the only one who cared about him. The actions of the narrator throughout the story show he is not primarily responsible for the death of his younger brother Doodle, because its was the fault of thier treatment, them not caring about thier own son, and having no responbility. The parents have little expectations for Doodle because he was handicaped. Doodle brother conveys this by stating "Mama, Crying told me that even if William Armstrong lived, he would never do these things with me". (pg.430) The narrator is proving us that Doodle would not be able to do the things that his
His father’s commitments to the community, did not give him much time for his family. That did not stop Elie from looking up to his father who is a respected member of the Jewish community in Sighet. His father thought that Elie was too young to study mysticism, that did not stop him from studying. The relationship between Elie and his father, Chlomo, changed from a normal father and son relationship at the beginning of the book to a very close relationship at the death camp, they were inseparable. They would support each other as to go on living and working, but this relationship transforms as the two go through more and more situations.
As a child, Amir’s main priority was to gain Baba’s love and affection no matter the price. But being just a child, he had no critical thinking that his actions would cause a greater reaction and affect his life-long relationship with his loyal friend Hassan, “Maybe Hassan was the price I had to pay, the lamb I had to slay to win Baba. Was it a fair price? The answer [. .
I could never imagine not being supportive of him and can never imagine not nurturing his mind. I know all too well the role I play in his development and how he views himself, how eventually the world will view him. I will never hamper his development by letting him feel as if he is not good enough for his own mother's approval because I fear he will seek that before all else. I fear he will be like myself and waste away years trying to be someone he isn't for an approval that does not matter when it isn't given. A childs largest support system stems from their imediate environment and their family.
A person living with a carer may increase the chances of abuse, the elderly person is reliant on person to care for them and this may cause stress and resentment if the carer is unable to cope and have a poor relationship with the service user. Vulnerable adults in a care home environment are more susceptible due to understaffing or poor staff training. The risk of abuse may increase if a vulnerable person is living or in contact with someone who has a history of violence or sexual abuse, continuing the cycle. An individual who is or feels isolated may be more vulnerable to abuse as they have no support network and have no contact with friends and family. Poor communication between the service user and carer is a factor, he or she may be unable to express their concerns or opinions.
This is discovered when the patriarch, Julian Hayden, says to his son Wesley “Ever since the war…Ever since Frank came home in a uniform and you stayed home, you’ve been jealous” (118). This favoritism shows what little respect Julian holds for his younger son that stems from Franks dominance between the Hayden siblings. Wes is constantly put down because of his brother’s achievements; these situations can either make or break Wesley. In all families, there is a member who thrives on ‘power trips’, and in this specific situation, it was Julian, “He wanted, he needed, power…he was a dominating man who drew sustenance and strength from controlling others” (20). Julian acquires his power through putting others down, especially Wes; this causes Wesley to have a lot of animosity towards his father.