Her mother passed away when she was young and she lived with several siblings as her father was out drinking. Like many, she was sent off to be a servant, but the pay is considerably low. She found herself in a relationship with a man who offered her financial stability, but in exchange she received abuse from her husband. After over ten years, she decided to leave him and came to the Zona. Here she makes a substantial amount of money considering her background.
Yates had mental instability during the time she killed her children, and after the birth of her fifth child is when she experienced postpartum depression. After she was in prison, professionals diagnosed her with insanity and postpartum depression. Genetics also played a part since there was a history of mental illness in her family. After the death of her father, she stopped doing everything she normally would do that would take care of her and her kids and Yates had become even more depressed. Yates had not realized how much mental illness there was in her
At 14 years old she was pregnant, she had claim it to be her older brother’s at the time. Unlike her mother, she set the baby up for adoption and just and went hitchhiking to become a prostitute for truck drivers. Eventually she fell in love with a woman by the name of Tyria Moore. The couple continued a relationship for about four years. She supported the both of them with the money she earned from prostituting, which wasn’t much.
Wuornos's background was extremely troubled. Born in 1956, she was abandoned by her mother at the age of four and never knew her father, who was in prison for raping a child. Wuornos was taken in by her grandparents, who looked after her until she was fifteen, when they threw her out of the house for reasons that are not clear but seem to have involved her alcohol and drug use. Homeless, she turned to prostitution and began to rack up a series of felonies including DUI's, car theft, disorderly conduct and firearms offences. She was now in a relationship with a woman named Tyria Moore.
It described in great detail all the long nights of drug use and partying. I felt like I had been up all night with Kristina. The ending was not at all predictable. When Kristina returns to her mom's house to get clean from the drugs and to have the baby you believe that she will succeed. After she talks to her mother about not being able to provide for the baby and how difficult it was to love him, she decides to give the baby to her mother to adopt and raise.
She lives with her two sisters, May and June. August works as a beekeeper established by her grandfather. She has chosen not to marry because she doesn’t want to give up the “autonomy of her independent womanhood.” Section C: The exposition in the story is that Lily’s mother died. Lily’s father had told her that she was the one who had killed her at four years old. Every day she thinks about her mother, she always has flashbacks about the day when her father was being abusive towards her mother.
People need to be educated about the pain that can be caused by overzealous therapists. In June 1991 our then 30-yearold daughter began seeing a therapist for depression following her divorce. After seeing her for less than a month, this man analyzed her dreams and told her that the depression was from repressed memories of sexual abuse. Since then, she has broken all contact with us. Her siblings, however, do not believe the accusations.
According to my aunt Flora Mejia, “Alcohol and the use of drugs are an ever- present part of our society and many married people get caught up in a terrible abuse of them”. My aunt suffered a lot because she loved her ex-husband. They never had children so that was a thing less to worry about. Their marriage ended after two years of being together. They didn’t exceed past twenty-seven years of age at the time.
The mental feeling that the women get when encountering Gary Ridgway has a major affect on their personal privacy. This leads into the theory of feminism, Ridgway was a feminist that did not value women and felt that males had a strong power than woman. He grew up in an underprivileged neighbourhood and was very poor. He had to work hard for his money and ended up painting trucks for 30 years, during this time he had regular visits with prostitutes. Ridgway growing up around this society developed him into a man who undervalued women and also felt to gain power after living a very broken-childhood, which is why violence upon women was his escape to accomplish a sense of authority.
Some that has challenged me for the better and some for the worse. But overall it has advanced me into the woman I have become. This paper will give you a little insight from my childhood, to my adulthood, and give you the chance to learn more about Akeya Davis. Bad experiences I have encounter in my life as a child was my parents being separated. At the age of five years old my parents were drug addicts and always fighting and arguing so they never could agree to be together for me.