Lily has been frightened from T. Ray her whole life and listened to every last one of his demands but finally does what she wants. She gains the courage to disagree with T. Ray and for once say what is truly on her mind than hiding her thoughts. T. Ray and Lily never had a loving relationship but with all the disputes it lead to Lily prospering into a young freewheeling and sanguine lady. Through the experiences Lily has with racial discrimination and universal
At the end due to the inability of Abby to succeed in her liberty, she witnesses lack of strength and the fear her mother has at the Blarney Stone. In Morrison’s Sula, the mother’s emotional and nurturing detachment from the daughters through generations helps all of them create a female-self identity. This lack of nurture may be a direct result of the maternal figure's focus on survival, as Eva can't take time to show love for her children but is able to sacrifice a leg to ensure physical endurance. In her mind these acts confess her love for them while in Hanna's head, the emotional connection that she needs from her mother is not present. As Hannah becomes a mother herself and a mother being the first model of love that the children experiences, she emotionally detaches herself from Sula as she was detached from her mother.
The difference being that they did not have a child to want to smother as many women who end up with postpartum depression do. During my research, I learned that for women who decide that they are not going to keep their child sometime during their pregnancy, open adoptions are better for all of the people involved. It allows closure to the birth mom so that they are not constantly wondering what is going on with the child they birthed. It is also healthy for the adoptive family because it helps them not worry about what happened to the birth mother as well as a way for them to get information on any family genetics that may have them worried. I also discovered that surrogate mothers –women who choose to give birth to a child for another couple– normally do not have any negative emotions after giving birth.
Rasheed would soon ask Laila to marry him and she would agree because now she believe that Tariq actually did die. Mariam felt threatened by Laila so she started to avoid her. Laila then gives birth to a little girl. This causes Laila and Mariam to be drawn back together because they both hate Rasheed now, but care for her baby. “A look passes between Laila and Mariam.
This cant be answered unless you know the events Janie had to overcome during her childhood. The movie does a great job of showing Janie's disgust for Logan Killicks. Although Janie has absolutely no interest in Logan, she ends up marrying him. There was no love in their relationship, the only reason Janie's nanny made her marry was because she was scared, scared that she would die and Janie would be left alone with nothing. Nanny wanted to feel like Janie was stable, so she could rest in peace.
As a result of the experiences in her life and the way she interprets them, Lily is able to mature and grow, placing her firmly on the road to adulthood. Over the course of the book, Lily matures into a young lady. Starting off, Lily did not think of the whole plan to escape from T. Ray, and that did not seam trustworthy. But when Lily decided she was going take Rosaleen with her, she knew she was going to follow through with it. It didn’t seam like a very good idea at first, but Lily was smart and mature enough to find out a way to stay safe and find what she was looking for.
She thought that herself was the problem, which made T rye aggressive and it was her fault not T-rays. So lilies faction was to improve it by leaving her dad and taking the only person who respected her Roselyn.. Rosalyn was alway a motherly figure to her worrying about her need and never let T rye effect her negatively But she knew lilys consequences (CD). Her dads sympathy for hus daughter is very minimal because she lie is becoming rality that she was the on that mad ehis wife and lilys mom leave/die. Lilys has many influences but the strongest pushed her to leave her home and wanted her to find her own way in life because she wasn't gonna deal with her dads abuse. Lily wants to be a writer, and has this fascination with bees.
Rue, I think is the best ally she could have. She may not be a Career but she still is fast and she accepts that at some point one of them will have to die. An example of this is on page 213 when Katniss goes to destroy the Career’s supplies. Rue gives her a hug as if Katniss was someone she had known for a long time. Katniss hesitates before returning the hug because she does not want to get too attached to her since this will make it harder for her to let her go if she dies.
After that, Frankie could see her pain and agony, and how she truly no longer wanted to go on in life. What would be the point of going on, after aspiring from white trash, rising to the highest level of boxing that she possibly could have. Her life crashed down and she had no hope of ever moving again, only being supported by a breathing machine and feeding tube. The doctors already cut off one leg, and probably would remove more limbs as time went on. None of her family cared about her, only about signing over her money in a will and could care less if she lived or died.
Shields didn't think she was supposed to be a mother and had negative thoughts which was a factor in her depression. Once she started therapy, her negative thinking was monitored and slowly started to return to normal conditions. Paxil, in concert with her therapy sessions, was instrumental her ability to resume a normal quality of life. Her mood and behavior began to change and she felt a bond with her child for the first time. After many failed attempts, her feelings about having a baby her behavior were allowed to change to feelings of comfort, love, and