You are one-of-a-kind and we all miss you terribly. I know that you are happy now where you are. I can only imagine how joyous the reunion was with all the family members you've lost over the years. Please enjoy them and don't be sad for us. You gave everything you had and more to make us all as happy as possible, and now it is finally your turn.
She was beautiful, full of energy, and happy. We were introduced by Sarah and Eric. From there on, I visited Sarah and Eric often. She lived with them because she had no one else in the world and she could not afford an apartment with a bank teller's job. Also Sarah loved having her company.
She would give her child to servants to hold and never cared for her. When Johanna’s first son was born, she was delighted. Unfortunately for Johanna, her first son died at a young age. Catherine felt resentment towards her brother and did not care for his death. Johanna then pushed insults on Catherine constantly.
You may even find her wearing sport clothes at a formal occasion. A close look of their personality offers their egregious differences. Sara is kind, warm-hearted girl, always wearing a dashing smile on her face. Her smile reflects both her patience and sincerity. Her bright smile never fades away no matter what for all she longs for is to make others happy.
Their manipulative and over exaggerated ways of complaining has landed them a husband, a house, and a ring. All she has to do is work is keep her house tidy, but not even that suffices the housewives. They laze around reading and watching soap operas. It’s like they live each day out of their beloved soap opera episodes. Though, not all housewives act that way.
However each time he is fed, the mother is there too. He quickly associates the mother with the pleasure of being fed. Before long, the mother stimulates a feeling of pleasure on her own, even without food. This means the baby feels happier when the mother is near. It marks the beginning of attachment.
Unlike Edith, she couldn’t imagine herself in a role of a woman preparing herself for such a ceremony, such an obligation. Her life was simply oriented on what she enjoyed the most, being with her family in a small lovely town of Helstone. She still wasn’t attracted to this feminine world of marriage, she enjoyed her life free from all worries: “And when the brilliant fourteen fine days of October came on, her cares were all blown away as lightly as thistledown, and she thought of nothing but the glories of the forest.” (Gaskell, p. 21) Margaret’s first love experience came to her as a big shock. When Mr. Henry Lennox proposed to her she was very surprised. For one thing, she felt ashamed and guilty that she was considered as a
The protagonist of The Outsider, Meursault, is estranged because he does not fit into the social norm. At the news of his mother’s demise, Meursault does not feel the agony that normal people do when hearing their parents’ deaths. His lack of emotion is further evinced by his sending his mother to the Senior’s House. In Meursault’s psyche, he feels that his mother is a burden to him. He thinks that the Senior House is a better choice for the both of them as his mother would be happier there.
Maggie’s mother was also older and better suited to be a mother because she was older and more experienced however, Maggie’s father also left the family. Maggie turned out to be shy and refrained from social life since she did not leave the house after being burned. “She stoops down quickly and lines up picture after picture of me sitting in front of the house with Maggie cowering behind me” (Walker 746). Too much attention leads to Maggie clinging to her mother and not enough attention drives Emily to not seek out a close relationship with her mother. Both mothers are concerned with the status of their daughters.
Dorothy and her mother had a great relationship, they where always making fun of aunt Lucy and how she was the ideal mother and wife. One day, when Dorothy is a grown woman, her mother dies. Meanwhile, aunt Lucy had lost her husband and has turned 75, so she is an old lonely woman. Of gratitude for all the summer holidays Dorothy had spend at aunt Lucy’s, she invites her to stay at her place for a couple of days, so she doesn’t have to be alone while she is grieving over her sisters death. At first Dorothy can’t even recognize aunt Lucy, she has always pictured her as this kind chatty woman, but now she is cold and quiet.