She also lacks the wisdom to see what grave danger she is in. Desdemona wants Cio and Othello to be friends again. She starts spending more time with Cio, unaware that Othello will become jealous. She does not realize that Othello suspects she is cheating on him. If she knew soon enough that Othello thought she was cheating on him, she could have explained to him what the situation was.
Relationships usually do not end cleanly and couples are forced to deal with difficult situations that involve fights and compromises, such as moving households, custody and visitation struggles, child support payments and more. Secondly, some people think of divorce as a path that leads to a happier life. They imagine and seek a relief that – they say – should come immediately after the spouse is gone. But researchers have found that divorced adults have poorer physical and mental health compared to adults in stable marriages. There is proof that divorced couples turn out to be more vulnerable to fall into depression because of a sense of failure and purposelessness.
- Creates an impression of rebellion as Cathy's passion for Heathcliff is seen as unhealthy by Nelly, Chapter 5. ''A few words from her (Frances), evincing a dislike to Heathcliff, were enough to rouse in him all his old hatred of the boy.'' - Nelly, shows Hindely's temperamental nature (upon his return) and his ideas of revenge, Chapter 5. ''absented themselves'' -Nelly, shows the rebellious towards religion (Links to Faustus) Chapter 6. ''they forgot everything the minute they were together again'' - Nelly, shows how Cathy and Heathcliff only needed each other to be happy and content, Chapter 6.
So the comments can make others feel down and insecure. This brings us to selfness, which can cause personal fulfillment to be a problem. People go against each other just to themselves but fail to recall the next person. Certain individuals that go this phase break laws and rules just to make it on top. All their worried about is their vision and how they are going to get there.
Think of it as a candle, once you melt that candle there is no way to put it back together. This is true for both of the stories. In “The Rocking Horse Winner” the mother’s greed for money forces her son Paul to find ways to get more money in order to try to win over her love and attention. In the very beginning of the story it described a mother who “had bonny children, yet she felt they had been thrust upon her; and she could not love them (Lawrence, 162).” The mother was always good at showing a respectable image to her friends about how she felt about her children though. It states that her friends say “She is such a good mother: She adores her children (Lawrence, 162).” Paul is determined to win his mother’s love by gambling and goes on a “mad little journey (Lawrence, 165)” in order to try to prove to his mother that he is lucky and she could love him.
June feels so pressured she decides to give up even before she really tries because her mother’s standards are so high. Also, because music is imposed upon June like a school assignment, she derives no joy from practicing. Suyuan believes she can bully her daughter into becoming the woman she would like her to become. In contrast to June, Waverley seems to have had an actual, instinctive interest in and gift for chess, which is why the exhibition of her prowess is so much more natural. For June, anxious to create her own, independent ‘American’ identity, resisting music and her mother becomes a potent source of self-definition.
Ironically, her most valued asset, her beauty, is a trigger for her demise. Connie’s parents have different levels of involvement in Connie’s life. Connie’s mother is aware of Connie’s vanity and picks on her about it. ‘“Stop gawking at yourself,’” she tells Connie (Oates 623). Connie thinks unkindly of her mother and sister.
(Thesis) Dolores Haze, better known as HH has named her, Lolita, grew up in a broken home with a distant mother. Charlotte, her mother, was removed and cold to her daughter. She saw Dolores as a rival for men’s affection and was quick to belittle her in order to feel secure in her position as woman of the house. So at an early age, Lo was picking up on the fact that her mother thought her attractive enough and possibly sensual enough to be in competition with other women, specifically her own mother. Girls “play” at sexuality starts at a young age with games such as “I’ll show you mine if you show me yours” or “Doctor”.
Forgiveness can also be a reason to stay, some people have big hearts and are easy to forgive due to kindness but that does not mean they will necessarily forget, the old bond will never be the seem and asking about the partners whereabouts will no longer be a matter of manners only but to assure herself. In addition to this blind devotion, deep denial can create a desperate hope that the cheater will change. An awfully a lot has been invested in the cheater and the betrayed might think it’s too much to give up on and the best visible solution is forgiveness
Being part of a marriage and a family consist of trust, people learn how to grow and develop trust for one another along the way. When you hide something from someone, or do not give your spouse your full trust, it leads to conflicts that often result in divorce. When one does not trust, the spouse often goes out and finds someone who will trust them. This too, often leads to broken families when one commits adultery. Nothing hurts worse than the fact of knowing one has been cheated on, and when the truth comes out, the only thing running though ones mind is what they could have done different.