The most common organs involved are the uterus (uterine prolapse), the bladder (cystocele), anterior rectal wall (rectocele), and small bowel (enterocele). These organs prolapse out of their normal position and shift into or expel out of the vaginal canal. A prolapse can occur if an individual 's lower pelvic floor muscles are weakened and damaged from excessive pressure and stretching, which can be caused by prolonged and vaginal childbirth, surgery, advancing age, chronic constipation, cancer, and even obesity. Additionally, postmenopausal women have an increased risk of pelvic organ prolapse due to the decreased production of estrogen, which is an essential component in manufacturing collagen. Therefore, a decrease in estrogen is associated with a decrease in collagen, which normally enables the supporting tissues and ligaments in the pelvic cavity to stretch and return to their normal size and position.
Postpartum Depression Postpartum depression refers to a kind of depression that some women experience after childbirth (Miller762–5). Postpartum depression is described as a chronic and debilitating psychological condition that is highly characterized with reduced quality life, heavy burden in regard to its treatment and management, and increased risks to a myriad of life-threatening adverse events and complications (Dennis & Dowswell). This disorder in the last years has gained more attention, more and more women suffer. This instant is the most important and beautiful that takes place in the life of a person, but also the most dramatic, so we must respect the times, fears and beliefs of the future mother, so you can help more in this
That's bad because your mom always wants her children to love and respect her same goes with the kids they always want to know that their mother loves and respects them too. Cash also doesn't respect her as said here “ As he slides tools over, we shove addie into the seat”, as seen here he also doesn't respect her I would never do that to my mother because i respect her and she won't give up on me either. In the world we live in today you can get away with that because so many teenagers are allowed to do whatever and they don't respect their parents because of that. Heres another quote that shows and proves he feels that she was trying to balance something and he screamed “IT AIN'T ON BALANCE” to his own mother. If you live in the south today you learn to respect your parents real quick either you learn easy or the hard way but apparently addie gave up on her children and it wasn't going to work out anyways because she didn't appreciate her children and had most to make up for the last.
Through the mother we can guess that Emily, when she was old enough to notice her surroundings, hated the care she was given outside of her mother. From going to her father’s relatives to daycare she changed both physically and in her demeanor. Not getting a glimpse into Emily’s head forces the reader to infer what Emily feels towards her mother and her situation based off of the descriptions noticed by her mother. No one around Emily saw the uniqueness her mother did, this leads to the assumption that she became very depressed. If the story was changed to a different perspective the emotions of the mother would get lost or forgotten.
In Charlotte Perkins Gilman’s story, “The Yellow Wallpaper”, a woman is seen descending into severe post-partum depression, and eventually madness. While this story and the woman herself can be analyzed through many different lenses of perspective, one lens which may not be seen often is how the woman is a hero, but a failed one at that. The narrator and main character of “The Yellow Wallpaper” can be determined as a kind of failed hero through an archetypal lens of analysis, which identifies her initiation, her quest, and the sacrificial scapegoat of the situation. Every hero needs some sort of start, with harrowing conditions, which metamorphoses them into an actual hero. Any hero’s initiation can be broken down into three parts consisting of the disconnection which sets them apart as someone whose storyline is worthy to be followed, their evolution as an individual, and their homecoming as a hero.
Barbara Kingsolver, author of the essay “Stone Soup”, says that only an average stable family with two parents is the environment for children to group up in and “turn out” normal. Throughout her writing she constantly criticizes homosexual parents, blended families,divorced families and single parents. Kingsolver believes that the average family reflects strong values, community, and a stable environment for children to grow up in, is the best option for them to model their lives after. However, many people would disagree with Kingsolver’s statement, as many modern families in the present era are not part of the so called “doll house family”. English author and playwright Maggie Kennedy said, “In truth a family is what you make it.
Sarah Altman Mr. August Honors English 12 27 May 2016 Song Analysis Many people would agree that the song “Concrete Angel’ by Martina McBride is about a child that got abused by her mother. Many could argue the meaning of the song goes a lot deeper than that. The song could have the meaning that society disregards the bad events going on around them and doesn’t speak up about any of it. For example she says “The teacher wonders but she doesn’t ask” and “The neighbors hear but they turn out the lights”. If society wasn’t this way then maybe this little girl in the song would have been saved.
This proved when the narrator’s mother always tried to get the narrator to do work that appropriate for a lady instead of outside work, however it was not something that she enjoyed. The narrator also was not considered of real helper to her father because she was a female. This proved when her father introduced the narrator as ‘his new hired hand’ to a salesman, he replied, “I thought it was only a girl” (line 76, paragraph 10).This shows how the society view girl as ‘just a girl’ at that time and it means that their roles are not really significant in the society. As being said by Alexander Pope (1688-1744), “Most women have no character at all.” (Bressler, C.E., 2011). Next, from the statement “wait till Laird gets a little bigger, then you’ll have a real help” (line 94, paragraph 12), it shows that, even though the narrator had done more work than her younger brother, she was still under appreciated and her helps seem unimportant for her father.
“The letter was the symbol of her calling. Such helpfulness was found in her - so much power to do and power to sympathize - that many people refused to interpret the scarlet “A” by its original signification. They said that it meant “Able”” (159). A purpose of the “A” was to make Hester an outcast and therefore she would suffer with no human contact because no one would be willing to interact with her. Although that originally happened, the townspeople eventually learned to accept Hester and they soon went to her for guidance on many different situations.
Despite the disappointments that the author faces as an adult, most people would not castigate the blessings that they have had both as an adult and as a child. The author will always dwell in the past of how her childhood was unsatisfactory, and it will always affect her children’s lives. Because their mother does not believe in happy adolescent years, her children will always be deprived of joyful teenage years since their mother failed to provide that for her children. The literary elements in the article, however, are multi-faceted. The repetition, contrast, and anomalies are both numerous and
There are many diseases are not only have a physical pain, they have a psychological pain too. Postnatal depression is one of these illnesses. Postnatal depression is a psychological disorder which affects mothers after childbirth. Mothers with this condition may experience a fall tension and stress. Moreover, a mother with postnatal depression has as a dark shadow stuck up on her.
It made her angry that I said this because she said I was making a bad a example for my two younger sisters, but my mom understood that I didn 't want to be there so she said that I didn 't have to go and when I started high school and going to SCC, I haven 't had time on the weekends so my step grandma hasn 't been on my case about going because she understood that I was always busy. In my family, my mother and I are the only ones that don 't believe that there is a god except that my mom does believe there is a heaven and a hell but I think that when you die your spirit still roams the earth which is why there are ghosts. But an example would be that at thanksgiving, everyone always prays before the food and I have to go along with it because most of my family members don 't think it 's
Foster care and abandonment The baggage that remains By Shaylah O’Hara Guest writer I had always felt that my mother did not want me. While she had several opportunities to get me back by simply providing a few clean drug tests, she was unable to do so. I tell myself that I ended up in the foster care system due to her addiction and that she did not intentionally choose drugs over me; while I do believe that, it still hurts. I got stuck with staff as parent figures; staff not properly trained to deal with ‘troubled youth.’ Troubled? Me?
It’s about having someone to be there for someone else through everything. Love is about ignoring the bad things about loved ones because in some way that person is the only one a girl need to make her happy. As she recognizes her mistakes with Dexter she starts have curiosity about real love. She questions how her mother is able to continue having marriages even when she’s been heartbroken so many times, but her mother has a different perspective on love. “Holding people away from you, and denying yourself love, that doesn 't make you strong.