She was able to prove to the judge her case, but mainly happy because she still wants to hurt her husband. Regardless of the fact that he put himself in this situation, T. Smith can not help but to flaunt her fiancée, feed into the fact that her ex husband still wants her, but can’t have her. She describes him in such derogatory terms, that it makes me feel that in order to have so much hate and hurt, there must still be love and regret. I believe that she still wishes that if her ex husband would have just been good to her, she would still be with him. I believe that she does feel bad that her children, who once really loved their father, have become bitter towards him now.
In Romeo and Juliet, an excess of passion is frowned upon. Romeo had obsessed over other women before, including Rosaline, however for Juliet this was her first love. However, she did not hold back whatsoever, rather she broke the conventions of courtly love, as the women were supposed to play hard to get. A quotation which exemplifies their
Rosaline is unobtainable, just like Juliet was at first. Romeo's words for his love for Rosaline are very insincere and he discusses his love for Rosaline using sad language "Aye me sad hours seem long", "In sadness, cousin, I love a woman." When Benvolio asks who he loves, Romeo does not give a straight answer but instead complains that she does not return his love "From Love's weak childish bow she lives uncharmed."
The list of reasonable questions could go on and on but clearly there should be a guideline set in place for entering parenthood, maybe it would stop uneducated, underage, and unwilling mothers from reproducing. For this ethical issue, I have chosen utilitarianism as my classical theory that could resolve this problem. This theory states that given choices, we chose the act that produces the best result for the most affected people. I feel that utilitarianism could help to resolve the problem because by setting in place a guideline by the state or government, it would ensure that children brought into the world could be cared for properly, before they are created. We would ensure this by passing laws and requiring teen’s to receive birth control.
As a parent and teacher we have to make sure that we push children to their limit and make sure that we award them too. Shame & Doubt will make children her on the inside and out, so we must try to never make them feel in such a way. In Erikson’s third stage of personality development initiative will add to self- pride, which gives a child he right to be active.
Categorizing parents according to whether they are elevated or low on parental demanding and responsiveness creates a typology of four parenting styles: authoritarian, authoritative, permissive, and uninvolved. Each of these parenting styles reflects different naturally occurring patterns of parental values, practices, and behaviors and a distinct balance of responsiveness and demandingness. Authoritarian parents always try to be in control and exercise their control on the children. Authoritative parents help children learn to be responsible for themselves and to think about the consequences of their behavior. Permissive parents give up most control to their children.
Every style of parenting has its own outcome and residual effect. There are always special cases that may defy what is expected, but typically it is the parent’s parenting style and attitude towards life in general that will reign supreme of everything else affecting their child’s identity quest. Every honorable parent wants what is best for their child, however sometimes they unintentionally teach just the opposite. Unfortunately, this is exactly the outcome of permissive and neglectful parenting. When contemplating the concept of parenting you might think of it as an endeavor beginning when the
You can feel the resentment she has towards Deacon Mcreedy when Clareese thought “But she could forgive him-if Sisters could even forgive Deacons- for she could have understood that unmarried man might have needs, but what really bothered her was how he ignored her (page 271)”. You can also sympathize with her situation “She didn’t want to sing. Didn’t feel like it, but she thought, I will freely sacrifice myself unto Thee: I will praise Thy name, O Lord, for it is good. (Page 281)” The stories continues shifting and flashbacks told more about Clareese’s character and helps you see why she felt the way she did versus Clinton just telling us why he feels the way he feels. The structure of the story helps you understand the setting.
This practice resulted in Pip’s deepest love towards her. Pip had been habitually abused by Mrs. Joe throughout his childhood, and could possibly have been used to Estella’s harsh and heartless treatment. Estella conceitedly recognized Pip’s admiration, but undermined the notion of romantic love and purposely aggravated Pip. Estella’s beauty and poise distracted Pip from her cruel manner which otherwise would have been unattractive. Estella’s torment of Pip led to his desire to better himself to be worthy of her love.
In this failure to meet expectations, men and women become resentful and demanding, and love dies even with all the brilliant and complex psychological models available. Love can survive if men and women can communicate and appreciate their differences. John Gray presents a useful version of the Golden Rule. The Golden Rule tells us to do unto others what we would have them do unto us. We want our spouses to understand our needs and desires, and then fulfill them.