Realtionships Essay

872 WordsOct 21, 20144 Pages
Do not force someone to remember you all the time. Just stay silent and let them realize how will they be without you in their life. In today’s society people take for granted what it really means to be in a relationship. Relationships are how we relate to others. We have relationships with everyone we know and those who are close to us. Each and every interaction we have with another person is the act of relating. If we have a problem relating to others, it affects our ability to have supportive relationships. The problem is that people do not see how it can cause frustration and difficulties between different types of relationships. Relationships are not perfect it can bring about harmful situations between very close people ,but in certain circumstances it can be beneficial to overcome obstacles. Sometimes when parents try to put too much responsibility on their children it can cause them to push away their children. This can create tension between a relationship such as a mother and son. In, Native Son, by Richard Wright, Bigger being the eldest child is left with a big responsibility in the household to provide for his family. His mother is very upset with him because he is a lazy kid who only hangs with no-good friends in the street. They are considered to be dirt poor from where they come from; they live in the hard times of racism and being black did not help them. Bigger and his mother’s relationship seemed to be more of an all time fighting association between the two. They talked to each other in a very grotesque matter, especially when Wright says, “Bigger sometime I wonder why I birthed you, she said bitterly… we wouldn’t have to live in this garbage dump if you had any manhood in you, she said” (Wright 17). The respect was there it was just in a harmful matter. Bigger realizes that he needs a job after this argument with his mother, but by having too

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