Meursault goes through many events such as; a death of a loved one, marriage, and killing someone; that would have an impact on the typical member of society. However, these events have no effect on him. He continues on with his daily day-to-day routine as if nothing happened which reveals that nothing really matters to him. When a death of a parent occurs, many people would be distraught and troubled. However, due to Meursault’s different understanding of the world, the death of his mother has no effect on him.
He’s more concerned with what will happen to him, someone who actually had something to do with William’s death, than to Justine, who is completely innocent. Lastly, the monster says he will leave Victor and his family alone if Victor makes him a female companion, but he can’t even do that. “I thought with a sensation of madness on my promise of creating another like to him, and trembling with passion, tore to pieces the thing on which I was engaged”(180). The creature threatens him and
It never crossed my mind that someone would want to end his or her life. I never would have guessed, out of all the people I know, or who was sad in his or her life, or hated his or her life, that Jaime was one of those people. He always appeared happy, but he was crying on the inside. One never knows when someone is truly hurting or wants to end his or her own life. I had no idea Jaime felt the way he did.
The protagonist Holden Caulfield is liberated from his warped personality and finally begins to realize his aversion of the grown-up life that change is inevitable and always accompanied by a sense of loss. Not accepting the changes in the surroundings and his actions makes him immature and not a trusted narrator. Avoiding issues by not facing them in the first place makes him being followed by disappointment constantly. For instance, in the beginning of the book Caulfield mentions his own opinion on leaving places and we know that when he was thirteen years old his little brother died.
They were too busy fighting the War; but because they did not died in battle, they found neither glory nor redemption in living. They had sacrificed their youth and they were angry about it. Even worse for most teens, their fathers viewed their children as burdens—punishment for not dying in the war. The War had taken their teen years. Then their children proceeded to ruin their adult life.
But Arjuna had a mentor to guide him that is why he fought against to restore injustice and survived. Whereas Hamlet killed and died as he had nobody to guide him. His death is premature as he is not there to tell his story to the world and rightfully rule over Elsinore at the
Hamlet first shows indecisiveness toward killing himself and can’t decide whether or not life is worth it. He spends so much time grieving over his father’s death instead of acting on his suicidal thoughts. Hamlet spends time deciding whether he wants to kill himself or take revenge and ultimately doesn’t act on either one of these choices since
Willy always found his dreams in someone else which is why his happiness never came. At first it was his father then it was his brother Ben, and then it was famous sales man Dave Singleman. He looked for others inside of himself which led to him not being satisfied. Dreams can not be rented or borrowed. Willy never realized this and in turn it caused his mental health to deteriorate even more than it already had.
Rathband was continuously exposed to and in direct line of coming into contact with offenders and always held the possibility of being victimised; very little can be said in the precipitation of Rathband’s initial incident with Moat which blinded him, his suicide attempt, while being solely precipitated by himself, also was a slow degradation from coping to his demise. By turning down the options for private therapy and help from the Northumberland Police, Rathband obviously failed to recover from his initial incident with was further exacerbated by the dissolution of his marriage, thus taking away the higher chance for him to live as close to a normal life as a victim of an offense. Tragic as Rathband’s story may be, he still failed to do his part to try and recover from his victimisation as well as created further reasoning for him to not be able to cope such as having the numerous affairs, making suicide threats to his latest mistress and making threatening phone calls
Furthermore, he also was the reason why Hassan and Alli moved out their house. Amir had many opportunities to say something, and sometimes he wanted to, but when the time came Amir was quite and never told anyone. Amir lived with guilt for a while it crippled him psychologically and he had reoccurring flashbacks about him not telling anyone of Hassan’s rape, and he wished he could have spoken up and said something.
It all changed when Ted Lavender died in front of him when he was daydreaming about her. Since then, he decided to forget about her for the sake of his duty and for his self-conscience. “ … But I reminded himself that my obligation was not to be loved but to lead… and because I realized she did not loved me and never would.” That day he burned everything, all the letters and photographs, but still that feeling never went away. Today he carries another photo of her, a recent one, in his
The loss of his father was the major life event that has impacted negatively his life. H.G never received treatment for his ADHD and possible learning disability. As a result of his life stressors he was not able to continue a healthy development. One can say that Maslow’s pyramid is from its very base lacking all the foundations in the case of H.G. “His physiological needs were met at a very basic level; the same could be said about his sense of safety and belonging as well as his esteem needs.” (Mandich, 2015, p. 42).
Even though we do not know for sure their grandfather had these traits but it is safe to say he must have had some aggression and depression after the war. However he had his faith to keep him strong and work through it. Even though not all of those plays can prove the theory that younger generations can inherit trauma and depression. It is clear to see that it can be proven in Bad Jews. It is a modern play about a normal Jewish family living in society today.
Grendel had no one to call a "comrade" or a "friend", but whatever relationship he had damaged his self image. His feelings about himself could not have been very well. However, Grendel kept changing himself after forming some relationship,especially from after he had learned something new from his relationship. The relationships that affected him the most were with human creatures