Alison and her husband do not have the typical loving marriage; he is many years her senior and she is basically a trophy wife to him. While he absolutely adores Alison, she feels as if she is trapped in this marriage. That may lead to her going off and finding affairs with other men. She is young and not ready to settle down yet, although she is involved in this relationship with John. Her relationship with Nicholas is quite different.
Edna’s character abandons her role as a mother and wife; she breaks moral values and standards because of the intimate love affair she shares with Robert, therefore leading to the struggles she faces in the novel where she failed. Moral characters say more about a person than the background of an individual and play an important role in one’s life. When disregarded it can bring shame and conflict to a family differentiating a person to be good or bad. The concept of good and evil differs from one person to another, but certainly, a married woman who loves another man apart from her husband and acts upon that love is sinful. When the story begins Chopin’s description of Edna makes it look like she is the antagonist of the novel, when Mr. Pontellier was sitting on the
As Mary’s brother Laurie ran way from home after the clash with their father Calvin Pye, their mother got sick. Since Calvin was very irritated with his children, life was somewhat lonely for Mary which eventually forced her to get close to Matt. An excerpt from novel as narrated by Kat can exemplify how solitude contributed in fabricating the bond between Kate and Matt: “Mrs Pye was in a really serious state that summer, and that worry about her, coming on top of everything else, was more than Marie could bear alone. So she turned for comfort to matt. If she’d had more friends, or if her mother had had family living near, or if Calvin hadn’t alienated the whole community … then maybe Marie would not have needed to turn so hard, so appealingly to Matt.
Bundy’s first girlfriend and true love broke up with him because she didn’t think that his live was going anywhere and he became very depressed. Bundy accepted this expectation of himself which led him to stop going to classes, drop out, and begin a horrific murder spree to help gain back his confidence. This criminological theory also says that when social bonds or relationships start going down the drain then violent behavior or deviance can begin to take place. As mentioned earlier, Bundy had a very interesting family situation that contributed to his behaviors. He was told that his grandparents were his parents and that his actual mother was his sister.
When she works up the courage to tell her boyfriend, Kai, she is afraid that he will leave her because of this news. To her surprise, he does the exact opposite. It actually seems that this tragedy makes Kai appreciate Faye even more as a person and that he falls in love with her even more. Then after reading A Sorrowful Woman, we are informed of a family whose wife of a hardworking man and mother of a little boy is seemingly helpless and very ill. She is so bad off, depressed, and sick that she did not
Though Heathcliff and Catherine become the best of friends, Hindley does not take kindly to Heathcliff becoming part of the family. When Mr. and Mrs. Earnshaw die, Hindley takes over Wuthering Heights and makes Heathcliff a servant, degrading Heathcliff. Meanwhile, even though she truly loves him, Catherine sees Heathcliff as beneath her in society and social class. When Catherine meets Edgar she is impressed with his manners and wealth is then promised to be married to Edgar. It's hard to settle such an intense love with the choice she makes, but somehow she is able to work out the reasoning in her head; “I've no business to marry Edgar Linton than I have to be in heaven; and if the wicked man in there not brought Heathcliff so low, I shouldn't have thought of it.
Koly's in-laws hope that the waters of the magical river will heal their son. However, the trip weakens the boy, and he dies soon after bathing in the river.A widow now, Koly is condemned toa life of loneliness and servitude to her mother-in-law and father-in-law, her sass and sassur. Koly's sassur is a kind man, however, and he teaches Kolyto read. Koly finds solitude in the books her sassur allows her to borrow and in the friendship she has forged withher young sister-in-law. Soon, though, her sister-in-law reaches marrying age and a husband is found for her.
Charlie has many regrets towards his past actions and behavior, especially those regarding his deceased wife, Helen. The events that occurred during his visit to Paris, however, were detrimental to his intentions. Charlie revisits Paris to try to regain custody of his daughter, Hanoria, from his sister-in-law, Marion. Marion dislikes Charlie and is hesitant to give back his daughter because she thinks he caused her sister's death. He comes back and Paris was quiet and still.
While Stephanie is under incarceration Ellie is staying with his grandmother. His grandmother seems to be a bitter old woman who has a negative effect on everything. She feels Ellie’s mother is not a real criminal, but I feel if she was dumb for taking the wrap for a man that was her boyfriend and not even a husband. He did not stand up for his lady. Seemed to me that grandmother has a case of hatred.
Then there is Lexi Grey she is Meredith’s half sister and she is nothing like her though. She have a few problems of her own her father is a drunk and her mother died. She is a sweet girl and does not like to give out bad news. The male doctors of this show is some what the same is many ways and also in love with one of the females doctors. Derek and Mark are in love with the Grey’s sister.