Ponyboy is also a hero because, he was so loyal, supportive, caring, and loving. Even when he was sick and did not want to do the rumble he did it anyway and that showed he cared. He fits my definition of a hero because he showed he cared and showed he loved his family and also he faced danger trying to save people he did not even know, and to me he it seemed like he would have died for those kids mostly his brother loving brother. One last thing about Ponyboy. He was also a hero, because he played like he did not know Johnny was dead.
Hinton describes Johnny as, “A little dark puppy that has been kicked too many times and lost his crowd of strangers” (11). This is because Johnny 's parents are abusive: his mother verbally and his father
Most of the time he portrays as an innocent and fairly sweet teenage boy who is very close to his family and friends. The attachment to his family is a refreshing aspect of the series particularly when compared to similar books that typically show protagonists at that age that live in fractious and dysfunctional relationships with their families. Fincher belongs to a strong family composed of mother and father that are still happily married and siblings that respect and love each other despite having the typical teasing expected of children. Just like many children Jimmy half expects his father to swoop in and right everything though he does not, preferring him to grow through finding solutions to challenges in his life. However, Jimmy always retains faith in his family and parents even when he becomes a hero to them and they need him more than he needs
Tom may seem like a selfish person at times but he cares for his friends and family, and has a good heart that’s better than being a “model boy”. In the beginning Tom, Huck, and Joe ran away to be pirates. When they return everyone is joyful and relieved to see Tom and Joe but no one really notices that Huck is there and that he is safe too. Tom sees that and makes sure someone that someone is happy that he’s okay. That action helps show Tom and Huck 's bond.
In addition, according to social control theory, Bundy should not have strayed towards a life of crime. But if his family and his own personal guilt wasn’t enough, then it is likely that the direct control of the law would be ineffective as well. Bundy was raised in a healthy environment with good, upstanding parents who knew to teach him right from wrong with a church family to back them up. Even with all of these factors influencing him to be a good person, Bundy will still go down in infamy as one of America’s most notorious serial killers. Generally speaking, the deterrence theory is an encouraging concept but it is much harder to put into play than people would think.
Siblings in the family bring the parents an exciting and meaningful life which further strengthens the marital relations. Some of the children being raised today are without a father because of the new tendency of live-in partnership of couple without any obligation or adultery. The effects of the facts are staggering. Father’s absence causes increases in mental and behavioral disorders as well as criminal activity and substance abuse. But when children are raised in a healthy marriage, they will experience the lasting benefits of strong
Milton Hershey always used his money to make the world a better place, even when he had passed. “Hershey used his wealth to beautify his company/s hometown and to build a remarkable orphanage that would take poor boys, give them a good home and sturdy lessons in character, and teach them t make their way in the world (The Hershey Company).” He never let his community down and was always worried if people he knew and especially those he didn’t know had food, and a shelter. Milton Hershey changed many people’s mindset in the working
Mccandless sense of self confidence while trying to find his identity helped him to progress in life, but was also his greatest downfall; Into the Wild demonstrates self confidence as not an unacceptable trait to have, but the significance of the negative or positive effects it can possess. Confidence played a big role in Mccandless life, so much that he created relationships with his family and other people that caused him to go on his adventures. Throughout this book Mccandless expresses his hate towards his parents. When he was old enough to realize that his dad had cheated on his mom this particular aspect changed him. He wanted nothing to do with his parents.
Lennie had his friend to help him in this hard life. George, a man who is smart and fast at taking action, this friendship that they had, created a bond that nobody else had in this novel. They were like brothers who saved each other, they had dreams together that they wanted to reach. Although that most people at that time -The Great Depression- suffered majorly from and loneliness and despair, men had to leave their families -if they had any- just to get a minimum wage job; families had to live a life that was autonomous with no goal, just to feed their kids -George and Lennie were different. George and Lennie’s dreams saved them from loneliness.
The family is not only the fundamental unit of society but also the root of culture. A child wins everyone 's heart and gets his unconditional love and acceptance from the family. This provides him a lifelong connection and a link with the rest of humanity. Love begets love. Love is the reward of love.