Once one thing goes wrong you’re scared to try it again. When Janie went through two marriages where they controlled her, where she had no freedom, and where they both ended badly, we can understand why she is hesitant. After Janie and Teacake got married she had all the fears and doubts in the world, especially after he stole her money. But after returning from gambling the money away with almost double of it back she realized she wanted to be a part of everything Teacake did. “…Janie looked down on him and felt a self-crushing love.
It makes he stronger with conflicts she goes through. In the beginning she is insecure and worried and farther into the novel she became strong and courageous. In the first part of the novel Melinda is worried about starting high school and being by her self all the time. She is also very insecure in the first part; she always calls herself ugly and fat. Gradually she starts changing, and changes her mind about things.
Hannah begs you to keep this confidential and not tell anyone especially her daughter, who she sees regularly, as her daughter will be very angry. Bi) How would you explain the term ‘confidentiality’ to Hannah? I would explain to Hannah that I do respect her wish to keep this information ‘confidential’, however due to the nature of the information she has divulged, I would have to inform management as she is putting herself at risk by throwing her medication away. This is not following her careplans and the medication has been prescribed to her for a reason and due to her regularly becoming ‘confused’ we cannot be sure that she is fully aware on what the medication is for. I would explain that we can keep certain things confidential such as opinions and beliefs but if information effects their received care or personal wellbeing/health then I have a duty of care to act upon this but only on a ‘needs to know’ basis.
Alisa Key August 16, 2010 AP English 11 The Scarlet Letter The progression of Hester throughout The Scarlet Letter was dramatic and varied greatly. In the beginning of the book she was feeling ashamed, isolated, and shunned by the townspeople. To her, the “A” stood for more than adultery, it stood for “ashamed.” She was being imprisoned by the judgment of others; the lock was a simple scarlet letter. She was living while being haunted by her past. Even seeing her own daughter, Pearl, would sometimes bring up the emotion of her sin all over again.
I think Ismene changed her mid because Antigone is her sister and you always stand up for family. She didn’t want to commit the crime because she was trying to talk Antigone out of doing the crime. In the end Ismene is the only one who lives and has a kind of guilt free life. She may not have family left besides Creon but at least she tried to save them. I think out all the characters she made the smarter choices and she thought about the consequences.
Throughout the novel, Lily Owens goes through many changes in the way she acts and how she perceives things. After accidentally killing her mother, Lily feels insecure and alone without a maternal figure. Rosaleen, her nanny, doesn’t exactly fit the role. This causes Lily to lack femininity and maturity as a woman. Over the course of the novel she learns to see past color and living with the Boatwright sisters allowed her to learn more about herself, her mother, and of course, bees.
Natalie Tillero Mrs. Lassiter SOC101 3/14/13 How postpartum depression did affect my way of socializing? This paper explains the symptoms of postpartum depression and it may affect a new mother’s outlook for life. Postpartum depression is an illness that affects many women and even my-self, after pregnancy. A number of people think that it is a myth, that women who had a baby can’t get depressed, or get the “baby blue’s”. Research shows that this illness is capable of transforming a woman and the way that she socializes within the community, family, and even friends.
When my daughter was almost a month old, I was so overwhelmed with this drastic life change that I began to "space off" in a sense. I would be in a room with a group of people and in my mind I could be somewhere totally different. When someone attempted to bring me back from my "happy place" I would get really upset and sometimes cry out of frustration or yell at the person who attempted to bring me back to the real world which often times was her dad. It played a major role in our relationship and I began to question myself about everything. I felt like I was not doing right as a mother because all my child wanted to do was eat and eat and eat.