After he retired as a baseball player, his drinking addiction becomes really bad and he has a deep depression. After that, he enters Betty Ford Center where he gets a treatment for his addiction, and he becomes better after he enters Betty Ford Center. He regrets his time for using alcohol as an escape and become addicted to alcohol. He regrets for not being a good Dad for his children. He also blames himself.
Ethan Frome Throughout the novel Ethan Frome, by Edith Wharton, the main character Ethan goes through hard time in his life, internal and external which eventually lead to his downfall. Ethan is very much a tragic hero because of various tragic flaws in him. Ethan From has very poor judgment and lacks the ability to analyze situations. This flaw leads to problems, including marrying Zeena, his wife, as well as having a relationship with Mattie. Another flaw which Ethan has is his lack in ability to communicate with the people around him.
He doesnt want to sleep with her because he has a wife . He does it only to save his men. It would be unloyal if he left them as they were. Odysseus's extreme pride and arrogance caused a lot of trouble for him many times in the book. Odysseus and his men end up trapped in the Cyclopse cave for a long time.
Brian had no permanent home and no stable job to support himself. He had sex with people he did not know and did drugs at the same time. He stated that, “My life has been out of control and it hasn't been in control for a while.” Factors that might have triggered Brian's addiction could include the lack of success in his life and low self esteem. In the article I read about drug addiction it said that recent studies have shown methamphetamine abuses have shown that they perform poorly on decision making tasks that involve regions of the frontal cortex (Cobb, 2009). This explanation can be a possible trigger to his addiction to sex and his lack of decision making in terms of putting himself in danger for many risk for infections.
Krebs is sleeping late and hanging around all day. He is a hero to his younger sisters and to his mother. The town has not changed except that some of the girls have become women. Krebs likes to watch them, but he does not want to talk to them. He does not want to get involved in the politics or the lying involved in a courtship.
James hated this, because Ron is a terrible father, and even thought him and Lauren didn’t act like they liked each other, James loved her, and didn’t want to be apart from her. While in the foster home, James gets mixed up with a group of bad people, who make him go steal beer, but hold the door shut when James tries to run out. James ends up getting caught, and getting in trouble with the law. Sometime later, James just woke up, in a strange place. He had no clue where he was, and how he had got there.
Jekyll’s isolation continues for weeks as he doesn’t leave home and no one visits him. During this time he becomes incredibly ill as he tries to prevent becoming Hyde by taking frequent doses of his potion.As an addict continues to abuse themselves, they are also starting to destroy themselves. The longer the abuse sustains, the harder it will be to recover.Finally, as Jekyll becomes weaker and Hyde grows stronger, Hyde’s conquering of Jekyll is inevitable which causes him to kill himself, thus killing Jekyll as well. This is an example of an addict doing something they wouldn’t normally do. They have feelings of invincibility which allows them to commit dangerous activities and stunts with confusion and unclear logic.
He was a very active and social person who lost interest in simple things he once enjoyed and did every day. He has also expressed feelings of guilt and helplessness. He wakes up at three in the morning, knocks at my door, and is unable to return to sleep. He does not want to go to sleep, and when he does, get nightmares frequently. The Physical symptoms were unknown to us.
He was a loner and incapable of making friends . He was very detached from his family also. He was delayed in his emotional development because he was lonely. According to Martens, “the major reason for psychopathic violent acts in killers like Jeffrey Dahmer was unbearable loneliness and an intense need for human company.” (Martens(1994-2012) When he took strangers to his home for one night stands, oftentimes random people from gay clubs , he feared so desperately to be left alone again that he murdered the person. Masters explained that, “Dahmer did not enjoy the act of killing and he didn't hate his victims, he just felt it was a necessary evil.” (Master's 1993a, 1993b) Because of his incapability to interact on any level with his victims he felt much more comfortable with their dead bodies for company.
This resulted me laying in bed for long periods of time, and just being so afraid that even going outside would be catastrophic to me, because no matter wherever I’m at, I always had to have a cough drop in my mouth, or else it would result in me gag all over the place. Once my depression had gotten so low, my mind started to develop suicidal thoughts. The reason why this occurred, was because this problem was controlling my life, buy not letting me be able to go out and have fun, go to church, or even to go out and seek a job to help my mother with the bills, and I just wanted it to end. My mother became very worried of me, for she saw me sinking into a dark place in my life. Seeing me like this really broke her heart, so she told me that