Lena is a caring woman who loves her family. She is understanding of the problems of others, and can look past their mistakes no matter the gravity of what they've done. Even though both of her children are grown adults, she still has the motherly drive to protect them as if they were still young children.
The reason why Hazel starts to have faith in life or how she got to meet Augustus Waters is because of her mother. Her mother helps her plenty through life and the hard times for the past few years. Her mother does support Hazel emotionally, medically and financially. Hazel loves her mother and cannot thank her enough for her help.
Hester Prynne, The Scarlet Letter’s protagonist, is a strong, kind, and proud yet humble woman. Through all of the struggles in her difficult lifetime, she persevered and did her best to make up for her sins. Hester raised her illegitimate child to be a wonderful, upstanding person without the help of her male counterpart. She taught Pearl the difference between right and wrong. Hester used her sin as a lesson to her daughter to learn from your mistakes, but not to let them define who you are.
Calpurnia is seen both by Atticus and the reader as more than just a housekeeper and a cook; she is a part of the family and fills in the role of a mother to Jem and Scout by helping raise them alongside Atticus. Atticus deeply cherishes Calpurnia’s efforts of taking care of the children. With her doting attitude, yet, strict disciplinary, Calpurnia treats both Scout and Jem as she would her own children. Furthermore, this following quote proves that fatherhood is indeed an arduous and burdensome role as Atticus says these following words. Without Calpurnia by his side, Atticus would have found fatherhood even more of a demanding role without a wife by his side to help support and take care of the family, as well as raise his children to grow
Seeing a loved one reach for a dream and not be able to get it hurts her. She just wants her family to be happy and provide for them. Being a mother and not giving her family everything there is makes her sick resulting in her passing out. “Do you know what this money means to me? Do you know what this money can do for us?
The first relationships we form as young children, greatly influence our lives. Our first relationships are usually of those with our parents. In A Little Princess, Sara Crewe loves her father greatly, he has been there for her always, even after the death of her mother. When he must leave she is heartbroken “ I love [my father] more than all
Another key factor in your love is that you must think of what will happen when you're gone. Will they wither into nothing but sadness and depression or will they continue to keep living without you? Epinine was raised by the Thenardies family her whole life, not taken and raised by a rich businessman at the age of 6. Because of this, Epinine will know what to do when things get hard.
The characteristics of Connie’s family contribute greatly to understanding the idea of maturation in the story. Connie’s mother is especially influential in the expression of Connie’s personality. Due to her constant comparison of Connie to June, her older sister, “June did this, June did that, she saved money and helped clean the house and cooked and Connie couldn’t do a thing,” Connie becomes extremely self conscious in her behavior and dependent on peer opinions (
In another light, her decision was not a truly a loss. Through this, she was able to embrace her individuality, free from the ties of her father’s expectations and the distress in the toxic relationship between herself and her family. In a sense, she finds solace, and alleviation of pain. A part of her will always have She struggles because throughout her childhood she experiences two juxtaposing versions of her father, one of which cannot be reconciled. She does everything in her power to make her home everything her families was not.
Her greatest achievement, out of her numerous collection, is the legacy she leaves behind and various examples set for her children and husband. Even though she lived a hard life of servitude, she still remained loving and never adverted away from her family. O-Lan remained selfless and loyal to her family although it is never truly appreciated until after she is gone. O-Lan’s greatest desire was to be noticed and wanted by others, especially those she slaved away most of her life to so altruistically. Sadly, her wish doesn’t really come true until after her untimely death.
She acts a rock for her family. Even in her hard times she manages to become the person to bring her family together. She did not have an easy childhood or an easy life but, she lived it as someone who embraced what she had. Her triumphs were not just from a couple of cells but from the family that she helped to provide for. We are able to view Henrietta as a person with feelings.
As a young girl, she was innocent and unaware of all the discrimination in the south. Growing up, Anne has dealt with severe poverty and is often the one bringing income to her family’s home along with her mother. Her employers are a huge factor as to why she is so drawn to the movement. For instance, when Anne learned about Emmitt Till being killed, she ran to her mother for an explanation but her mother had replied “…just do your work like you don’t know nothing… that boy’s a lot better off in heaven than he is here” (262). Her mother brushing off the death of Emmitt Till took the best of her curiosities and she questioned why her mother was acting so afraid although it was obvious that.
“Life’s too short to care about what other people think” (Jeannette Walls). It is good to not care what other people think, so stay true in life and live it to the fullest. The book, The Glass Castle by Jeannette Walls, is a memoir that tells the story of Jeannette’s difficult family and her poor living conditions, that cause life to be difficult for her. She struggles to move past all the hardships in life and she learns how to overcome the majority of them, so she can develop into her own person. Even though her family can be a little peculiar, they possess a strong bond with each other and they always seek to help one another out.
Alice walker reflects the many struggles that her mother had strived for her every day, and has compassion and love for her mother’s determination and love for her children. For example, Walkers mother’s “day began before sunup, and did not end until late at night” (435). Her mother endeavor for her children’s needs and protruded abundant love for her children, because of all her mothers work, Walker is truly grateful for her mother. Walker’s mother is an artist because her passion take ahold of her, drives her creativity, and blossom her garden, in spite of her poverty and burdens. Not until recently, I have reflected back and have seen my mom’s work on my life and siblings.
I, Karina Rodriguez, I’m a family friend from the Perez Since 2001, Ana Cristina Perez has devote her whole life for her children providing them with love, food, shelter, medicine, and tuition payment for Arturo’s education. The divorce was hard on him, but thanks to the unconditional love and support that his other provides, he is be able to move on with a normal teenage live. Even though his is older than 18 years old, he needs to moral and mental support that his mother provides on everyday activities; economically speaking, he does not pay for food or rent while living with is mother, she pays for his cell phone, cable, and also helps with some his school expenses for materials and project. The family bound in between the Perez family is