Taken By Surprise, her landscaping company requires a lot of her time, her troublesome stepson is up to his usual mischief, and her nosey mother is pestering her to prepare a bridesmaids dress for her sister’s wedding. She just has too much on her plate to deal with Kevin’s infidelities. But with that she has to deal with, she notices that her gardening tools have been mysteriously disappearing. What makes it even more distressing is that some of the tools are very essential to the business and very expensive. Things get even worse when she learns that her mentor, a man that introduced her to the art of landscaping had been the victim in a gruesome murder.
Watching The Trouble with Evan was very difficult. There were so many things this family could have done to make things better, but every time they tried they just kept falling into their own ways. Insecure disorganized attachment was quite apparent between him and both of his parents. His parents had the tendency to verbally abuse him quite a bit, yelling things that most people would never imagine yelling at their child. Other times it seemed the mother would be frightened of Evan and his behavior.
The Electra theory is the psychosexual theory, where girls are in competition with their mothers for possession of their fathers. This is when a daughter would begin feeling resentment towards their mother, and often try to break their emotional bond in order to become closer to their father. Furthermore, the daughter would become “father-fixated”, while the son would become “mother-fixated”. While this stage happens early in a child’s life, the resentment towards their parent may continue further on in life. In particular this stage of their lives can be left unsolved if a parent becomes absent within the child’s life, or if they have died.
He felt insulted as his career status of a salesman is downgrading his social mobility; the main cause of his dispirited attitude towards work. He even belittled his mother’s work as a cleaner, stating how humiliating to sweep people’s floors. Conversely, after he met his phantasmic mother, he became more humble. People were talking about his suicidal act and degraded him as beneath them, but he did not give a speck of concern. He learnt that life could be better without always doing boisterous things to look good in front of people.
Their past encounters will frequent them, with the goal that they do a similar thing to the youngsters. Likewise, baffled because of disappointment additionally can influence the guardians to utilize the hyper child rearing to their kids. As per Oxford Dictionary horrendous is unsavory minutes which were knowledgeable about the past than create awful impact of enthusiastic, for example, wretchedness and lament or blameworthy feeling. When somebody perceives her blameworthy, she feels that all that she does is just a misstep. She imagines that each circumstance that happens is caused of her oversight before.
By doing so, Yen Mah is able to depict how Niang cared more about what her peers thought of her rather than what her step-daughter thought of her. Though Adeline had an awful start in her life in boarding school, Niang continued to diminish her happiness. In the boarding school, Adeline saw other students’ eggs as “symbols of rare privilege,” and they distinguished the students into groups of “loved ones and the unloved ones” (Yen Mah 101,102). Because Adeline did not receive eggs in addition to her daily breakfast, she saw that none of her family members loved her enough to show that they have not forgotten about her. With this envy toward the fortunate students, she also builds animosity toward her family because the family continues to deny her importance in the family by leaving her eggless.
Is there a lack of freedom in stability or a lack of stability in freedom? In the novel Bless Me Ultima by Rudolfo Anaya, Antonio’s coming of age is challenged domestically by the father/mother tension of freedom versus stability through their parental expectations. Generally in life, children seek to please their parents in everything they do. It is often conflicting parental expectations that send a child into an overwhelming state of distress wondering why they try so hard to attain the standards of both but inevitably end up disappointing one or the other. Maria and Gabriel are prime examples of parents that are completely disconnected from their family as a whole but most importantly detached from their son due to their unwillingness to compromise.
The desire to have a son rather than a daughter often ends up leaving daughters in emotional turmoil due to her parents (often times) clear-cut bias. Which is demonstrated in a variety of ways “parents treat daughters differently than sons: they criticize and interrupt daughters more than sons; restrict their independence more; react more negatively to their emerging sexuality; and assign them more household chores.” (Atwood, Pg.23) The daughters, who tend to lose their voice more easily than their male siblings, can be left with a great deal of unwanted responsibility, little confidence, direction or
The father lost his wife, the stepmother lost a husband, and the stepsisters lost a father. This gives the reader a look at Cinderella in a new and more natural light. Cinderella wants to be pitied, but the stepmother won’t pity her because she is dealing with her own loss. Schectman also states that Cinderella is fighting her own battle of acceptance because, as she sees it, her father is now having to split his love and attention from just her to incorporate the stepsisters and stepmother. Cinderella does not understand how her father can still love her as much as he did before the stepfamily came into the
Stress can have the power to deteriorate the human body mentally, emotionally and physically. It is known that stress can affect an unborn child significantly. At such a delicate time in child development, the stressors received by the mother can cause permanent damage to the unborn child. Maternal and prenatal stress and can affect brain development caused by adverse pregnancy outcomes, which include fetal growth retardation and autism (Relier, 2001). When an infant is frequently terrified, which triggers the brain to produce too many stress hormones early in life, it can cause the brain to become incapable of responding normally to stress.
This specific type is characterized as when a child is very resistant to their parental figure leaving , the books definition being “A pattern of attachment in which anxiety and uncertainty are evident, as when an infant becomes very upset at separation from the caregiver and both resists and seeks contact on reunion” ( Berger, 2004 ). The child will be visibly upset when their parent leaves , they do not like to be apart from them which could end up harming their functioning later in life. A child going to school will have a very rough time if they will never want to leave the presence of their parents. This type most likely comes from parents who are too uncaring , it is not that they neglect the child but the child does not live up to the parent and so the child still stays attached. According to the book something like parental mental illness or mistreatment can actually increase the chance of this type.
The third relationship between a child and parent is the ambivalent relationship. This type of relationship means a child “may be insecurely attached to his parents.” The characteristics that come with ambivalent children are, “often very clingy, tend to act younger than they really are and may seem over-emotional, might use baby talk or act like a baby when in preschool, love being the center of attention, often cry and get frustrated easily, get upset if people aren’t paying attention to them and have a hard time doing things on their own, seem to latch onto everyone for short periods of time, and have a very hard time letting parents go at the beginning of the day as the crying may last a long time.” (Lynette C. Magaña with Judith A. Myers-Walls and Dee Love n.d.).
According to Research in Autism Spectrum Disorders Journal, ASD behavioral problems such as high levels of anxiety, hyperactivity, and obsessive-compulsive habits are causes of stress for parents and families living with the Autistic Child. (Peters-Scheffer and Simonoff) Raising an Autistic child often leads to disorganization, poor health habits, and marital arguments. According to Psychology Today Website, married couples of children with ASD take on two separate roles. The mother becomes fully aware of the child’s medical and social needs, as the father works hard to pay for them. (Sicile-Kira par.
NEGLECT ABUSE. Mrs P was at risk of neglect and harm from her son who was not supporting her needs for care and she has been abuse and neglected. Her personal hygiene was also not taken care of by her son, because of this abuse Mrs. P could not protect herself from neglect so she became withdrawn from herself. FINANCIAL OR MATERIAL ABUSE. Mrs. P’s son was using his mother’s money and her belongings as if they were his own without the permission of his mother.