And when Ashley’s mother is taken away, hope, faith, and safety are taken away from Ashley. The author wrote these particular lines because she wanted to convey to the reader the conflict of the story by using the symbolism of Ashley’s mother. The impact these lines have on the text is significant in the story because it makes the reader ask questions and come up with inferences concluding the text. For example, one question a reader can ask is if Ashley will always have the patience waiting for her mother even as she gets older, when Ashley’s mother does come to care for her what will the new conflict be residing the
After Julie discovers her mother’s mental illness she decides to move away from her family, attend college and move forward with her life. but eventually she returns to visit her family and provides her mom with proper assistance that will help her treat her mental disorder. However, Julie proves that she will not follow her mother's behaviors.her mother's behavior was an example of a non-common psychological syndrome disorder difficult to diagnose. A learning experience that help her understand her mother's actions without
What if the world didn’t think? What would happen if people didn’t take what they learned from past experiences, whether it had a negative or positive effect, and apply it to future situations. What would happen if people made decisions simply based on the fact that they wanted to fit in, without thinking about what consequences it could have on them. In the short story, “Abuela Invents the Zero” by Judith Ortiz Cofer, Constancia isn’t making the best decisions with her Abuela. In an excerpt from Little Women, the March sisters craved attention from their mother and had to make the difficult of helping others.
Girls and Boys both have fears but yet the girls are the ones who are most likely to be approached with the question : weren 't you scared? The author asked a mother how she treated her children and she said: “she cautioned her daughter much more than her son.” Caroline Paul states “girls are less likely than boys to try challenging physical activities” do to the fact how girls are raised. Taking risks is important and nobody 's saying injuries are good but girls are supposed to be treated and raised
Since she was staying at Godbee’s for the summer, she constantly felt comfortable and relaxed. However, when events began to occur her confidence and self-esteem began to drop. For example, in chapter 48 when she realized Jimmy (a former friend) tricked her into kissing him on camera for a bet, she was not only devastated, but emotionally hurt. She felt useless, and embarrassed. This made her feel like curling up in the corner of a room, and crying until she ran out of tears.
Wanda’s own personal costs were chaining her down causing her to be behind in trying to change. However, the agency that helped Wanda was the Hayment Treatment Center in which they helped her recover from her addictions. The Hayment Treatment Center not only helped her break away from her addictions but it helped her find people who were in the same shoes as her causing her to get confidence and know that they can become a better person and a better mother to her
Esperanza is gaining confidence and slowly pushing away her poverty and society, she’s trying to find anything so she can be distracted away from her reality and that gives her an incentive to become a mature young lady. Esperanza is slowly growing up and she feels responsible now for herself and even her family. When she stands up for her sister “That’s right, I add before Lucy of Rachel can make fun of her” (50). This is a conspicuous symbol of her sophistication because she stood up for her sister Nenny. She feels responsible, pledged and she doesn’t want her sister to go the same way she went.
Wilson, probably wasn’t meant to become deviant but seeing his brother and dad act in those ways influenced him. When they interviewed Wilsons, sister she said everyone compared Wilson and his brother and that made me think he of him being a secondary deviant. As far as Peagler, goes she did go through a rehabilitation process that included being an activist to other women, helping other people get their GED, and counseling. I don’t think she was a true deviant, and I think she should have released immediately. Violence, played a major role in Peagler life because she missed seeing her kids grow up, her family was stressed out over the situation, and because she was a victim of domestic violence she lost her life, mentally and later physically.
When people conform they are not looked at the same way. In the story Parent’s Night by Nancy Garden. Karen is looked at differently by her parents when she finally comes out about being a lesbian and they have to learn to accept her. People must express themselves so others minds can be stretched. In the story, Karen is a lesbian
However, after I have took the course I notice that it is a big problem which can affect my mother psychologically health and her job satisfy. Therefore, I choose her as my interviewee so that I can know about her problem more and also to use what I have learned to help her. From the interview, my mother told me that there is one period of time when she is not actually happy with her work life because she cannot get along with her teammates and her leader; however, she has no problem with her assigned work. Her problem prove the
Confirmation bias may be used in the situation because the parents could claim that a divorce are better for them because they put her in a better mood. Even though there is proof that a divorce will not benefit in the future, Laurie 's parents could use their experiences with the separation because it puts them in a good state of mind. The Amygdala of the brain detects fear and prepares for emergency events. The may fear the idea that Laurie is using drugs because of the splitting up . Someone using the humanistic perspective could encourage Laurie 's Parents to attend family therapy so all of the problems can be resolved.
This shows the contrast between the old Melinda and the new one. The old Melinda knew she had to try to protect Rachel but she was afraid, so she sent an anonymous letter. The new Melinda sees that she needs to say something and she works up the courage to help her once-friend. This really shows Melinda development as a person. She is overcoming her pain and