I will also research the premarital sex rate and birth rate to better understand the trials and tribulations of Wendla. Information Summary In Spring Awakening the relationships between the parents and children seem to suffer a great deal. Every parent seem to have a huge problem when it comes to raising their children in a way that the children felt comfortable enough to shy away from hidden danger. All of the children suffer in a physical or mental way that leads to ruin. Wendla dies from hidden truths, Moritz kills himself from hidden and forbidden truths, Melchior uses the man in the mask as his parents instead of his own, and Martha parents abuses her in ways that make her feel enough anger to murder them.
Sexual trauma induces fear, shame, mental suffering and physical pain and injury. The effects of sexual trauma are long lasting and effects all aspects of the person’s life. Time, counselling and support are crucial for the healing process of the victim. SEXUAL TRAUMA WITH REFERENCE TO ARTICLE 1 This article is about a fifteen year old girl that was exposed to sexual abuse at the age of six years old. She came from a broken home and there was no one to express love and affection towards.
He himself is living by the money what gets form social welfare but compels Kam to give up her waitress job because the age gap between them make Lee constantly suspected his wife is unfaithful. All these make Lee gradually depressive and irascible. He eventually batter and rape Kam, until Kam be conscious of his husband will directly threatens her and children’s life. After once she expelled by Lee, she goes to find district council asks for help and be arranged to enter a hostel for women with her children. However, the social workers are not really helpful and do not realize how harsh of situation the family is in.
Melinda’s best friend, Rachel, hates her after the horrible party in last summer. Melinda was raped by a boy whose name is Andy Evans. He left so many scars in the soul of a teenage girl, Melinda. After that shocking event, she does not dare to speak up. However, Melinda Sordino is not the only important character in the novel.
At trial, she revealed she had been abused by her husband Mickey Hughes, played by Paul Lemat, for the past 12 years. She was able to convince the jury about the nightmare, the repeated abuses she had to endure throughout the course of her rocky marriage with Mickey. Se was found not guilty by reason of temporary insanity and was acquitted. Francine Hughes case sets a legal precedent to how domestic violence cases are to be handled in all future cases of domestic violence. Law Enforcement and Social Services Agencies were so unsympathetic towards victims of domestic violence that at times women feel ashamed and even scared to report occurrence of abuses they experience form their abusers.
How he sees it, “Every hour that he spent away from the Bank was a trial to him.” He could also be viewed as a child in a way, just because he is not taking anything seriously, such as the house arrest, the trial itself... the only thing he sees as serious is being away from the bank for too long. Joseph K is often an inactive man in these circumstances, however, when he does act, he does terrible things such as firing his lawyer, sleeping with numerous women. This goes on so bad that the priest within the book says that “he casts about too much for outside help,” this could mean that the he needs to spend more time getting help from himself and not from others. His role matters because not only is he the main character but he adjusts the entire feeling toward the novel itself. When Joseph K is not being serious, the reader can feel that, when he is, the reader feels that as well.
For far too long the American mantra has been “Hip hop causes violence!” Presidential candidates, senators, even our current president has placed blame on hip hop for staining the moral fabric of our country. School shootings, domestic violence, children being lost in a world of drugs is all placed on the shoulders of hip hop musicians and their soul deep lyrics. Studies have shown that those prone to violence do listen to a heavier style of music than adult contemporary and light jazz, but their home life was lacking. Their parents were either already into drugs and drug dealing, they always witnessed violence in their home and surroundings and they were never guided down the right path. Their parents took little to no interest in them as they were seen as a “mistake” and most came from single parent homes.
Their attitude was that “children should be seen and not heard.” Children were very vulnerable to violence in the Victorian era, even within the home. They had absolutely not protection under the law. Pip was badly abused by his guardian Mrs. Joe, who was also his sister and because of this he became very sensitive and morally timid” She beat him with the cane for almost no reason, threw him against walls treated him like dirt. Mr Joe was also abused by his parents when he was younger. Dickens used Joe's past to show the consequences in later life for victims of abuse.
A pregnant Francine flees to her own home but gets little support from her once-battered mother, who is fatalistic about such things: ''Women have to put up with their men, especially if there's children. And mostly men don't mean it. If you make a hard bed, you got to lay in it.'' Over the next 12 years, Francine will be subjected to repeated brutal beatings. Making several attempts to escape, she runs
Throughout the novels, Frank McCourt, the protagonist in Angela’s Ashes and Paul Morel, the protagonist in Sons and Lovers face many similar family issues. In the novel Sons and Lovers, Paul grows up living with an alcoholic father. Paul’s father, Walter Morel, is does not support his family and is never home because he is always out wasting away his money on alcohol. Walter is also a violent drunk who comes home from the bar and fights with his wife every night due to her endless nagging. “She tried to force him to face things.