Maggie wants them for sentimental value, she admits to putting them to "everyday use." She is not one to use them to show off or place financial values on like her sister would. Maggie and her mother share a unique stand point; they both seem to be very happy and content with their way of life. They are not financially well off, but they are living life to the fullest. Towards
She came from a very poor family and she strived to get where she is today. Lately she has begun feeling stressed out and depressed in her life. She feels as if everything is going in the wrong direction. Emily has a husband who verbally, emotionally and physically abuses her. She loves him so much but she is getting sick to the point she feels that life means nothing to her.
Most men wouldn't do that; they would get tired of it and leave or ruin their marriage. Both “the husband”and “the wife” knew that the wife was sick. One difference betwen Kai and the huasband their personalites. The husbands in both stories share the problems with their wives as a test of love. They also feel emotional since their wives cannot show their love fully due to the problems they are undergoing.
However, Ann loves Angus, which makes it easier for her to cope. If you have never cared for someone who is ill before, this can be stressful and alter relationships negatively. Ann’s family felt neglected, and Ann did not feel in control because of the difficulty balancing her family and caring role. Information on how, what and where to get help often does not reach carers in need, and in order to receive help the carer needs to accept and be recognised as a
Suddenly, inescapably, the responsibility for alleviating her misery became hers: she had to make a choice. "But I love him, doctor." The triumph of the doctrine of the sovereignty of sentiment over sense would have delighted the Romantics, no doubt, but it has promoted an unconscionable amount of misery. "Your boyfriend is unlikely to change. He strangles you because he enjoys it and gets a feeling of power from doing so.
Even though we have become more independent, she still does her best to be the best mom she can be. She has always tried to find a balance between working and being a wife and mother, but found that she has always put that first in her life before a career. She is now still working to help put me and my sister through college and will still work to pay for our weddings. Then she will work for her grandchildren. I guess you can say her role in life is to be happy, live comfortably financially and do everything she can to make her family comfortable and happy.
Her character is harshly judged from the start simply because she’s a woman and no one saw things from her perspective. Because of this, the reader is influenced to feel sympathy for Curley’s wife. Her husband, who is always trying to keep a close eye on her, controls her. He is exceedingly possessive of her, and is easily angered when he catches her talking to another man. “I get lonely.” She says to Lennie, “You can talk to people, but I cant talk to nobody but Curley”.
When she is called to the stand she is “fragile-looking” and “looked as if she tried to look clean”. This agrees with the readers theory that Mayella is wanting be good, yet she is tainted by her father who “had a scalded look” due to “an overnight soaking”. Again we see that she is different from her despised family as she wants to be clean and noble. As the reader begins to feel that Mayella doesn’t want to punish Tom Robinson we see her “burst into tears” as begins to be questions. This would make some readers feel pity for Mayella as she is lamenting due to horrific flashbacks she may encounter, others may think that this is a cover up as she knows what she is doing is wrong, and she is trying to get the judge and the jury to side with her.
It first influences Osan by her telling Jihei “you’re acting outrageously, Jihei. You shouldn’t have signed that oath if you felt so reluctant to leave her”. We notice Jihei just signed the oath because he felt forced now in this quote we see how Osan is putting up with Jihei somewhat having feelings for another women this shows us how society view of a married women influences Osan so much to a point where she accepts what her husband is doing and in doing so she save her marriage. Osan also says to Jihei “I felt so unhappy that I wrote a letter, begging her as a woman to another to break with you, though I knew how painful it would be”. It is clear that Osan knew about everything and in doing so, she writes a letter to Koharu and keeps it a secret.
John’s emotions for Abigail gradually changed because he realized what he was doing was wrong and he knew it was guilt-ridden. John’s conscience and the guilt he had about the affair affected him because he is a married man and really loves his wife. In act 2 of The Crucible John