He’ll find another wife who can give him proper children.” (Wyndham, 71). This displays the intolerance humans have against people with deviations. Babies with a deviation are not considered a norm, therefore they are abandoned or killed at birth. Sometimes the
‘Do you think so? Do you think they’d forget their mother if she went away from them – for ever?’ Nora has no concept of a healthy parental relationship because she was motherless her whole life. The children are Nora’s ‘dolls’; she enjoys playing with them like a little child instead of parenting them. Ibsen provides no dialogue for the children to allow the audience to focus on Nora’s characterization; covertly suggests that Nora hasn’t grown up yet. Torvald’s influence is intense when he says that, ‘lies fog a household and that juvenile delinquents come from a home where mother is dishonest’, and Nora feels guilt and scared that her actions will impact on her children’s future.
Under this kind of education, children’s personal choices are always ignored, which may make them gradually lose their motivation of study for they could not do what they are really interest in. Just like a Chinese educator, Fang Ye states, the worst thing of Tiger Mother is that parents impose the life which they consider is the most efficient to children without listening to their hearts. In this way, they ruin children’s own possibility to live their own life, and to seek their own value (32-35). Thus, by
She was not good at speaking. When she lived in the convalescent home, “The parents stand below shrieking up to be heard and the children shriek down to be heard, and between them the invisible wall ‘Not to Be Contaminated by Parental Germs or Physical Affection.’” The wall stopped parents showing love to their children and prevented children from feeling love. It is hard to think what a child will be if she is in serious illness and can’t get caring from parents. Finally, she became cynicism that she said that she didn’t care about the homework and coming test because people will be likely to die of bomb blast in following years. In general, the social situations forced Emily’s mother made choice and the choice lead to the formation of Emily’s
According to the Egan (2010) he says clients fear disorganization this means they fear to self-disclosure because they feel they cannot face what they might find out about themselves, Kate was sick for few months but refused to go to the hospital and find out what was wrong her. She lacks trust, she does not trust anymore about her condition so she feels comfortable when nobody knows about it. As her counselor I would ask her open ended question more for her to tell me more about her family and how she is planning to tell because she saying the other part of her want to tell them but the other part does not want to tell them about her condition. As her counselor I would talk sense in her for her to understand that it is important for her parents to know about her illness. Firstly I would talk about confidentiality that everything we talking about are between me and her and inviting her parents to counselling also with her will be a good idea for her to open up and tell her parents about the
o Baby is unable to develop healthy interpersonal relationships with people outside her home. o Baby is no longer welcomed at her friend’s house, because his parents said no. O’Neill (2006), “They were afraid of me of my sadness” (p. 128) o She is rejected and humiliated by the one classmate that visited her home. o Baby, struggles with moral contradiction and personal integrity. “I guess it was worth having your self-esteem destroyed if there was a free toy involved” (p.46) o Seeking the affection from wrong unsavory characters.
it also violates human rights,in the passage China’s population law 2 the author states “some say that the population law helped slow down China’s exploding population others say it’s an human abuse of rights” say a mother that had another sibling that is not aloud to have two is pregnant with twins.Then the doctor gives her some medicine to abort the twins. Because of the population law without asking the mother first saying she has to and then she goes home sad violating human rights to freedom of choice.So say you already have a son or a daughter but you are having another child and you know they will abort it. So you decide to have it in secret giving you no choice to because you don’t want to lose your child.And then brings up the subject of hidden children and you can’t go to the hospital with professionals. Then that child has to live in secret for the rest of it’s childhood till it’s grown and won’t have a job or food and either living on the streets or a life of
Instead of protecting her daughter, Marie blinded Sara as she now has an unrealistic view of the world. Furthermore, to show how important exposure is at a young age, the episode ends with Sara beating up her mother because she is continuing to be too controlling and then walks the street until she gets into a stranger's trailer. Had she been exposed to things as a child, Sara would know better than to get into stranger's vehicles. She literally does the worse thing we are told not to do, get in a stranger's
As a mom myself I know no one wants that stereotypical, fit throwing, demon like chcild. So the parents listen and after trying the basics they put the child down and walk away. The baby is crying and the parents have to fight every urge telling them to just pick the baby up. A baby cannot communicate with anyone other than crying. They cry when they want comfort, when hungry, when wet, when their stomach is upset, literally all they can do is cry to let their parents know that they need
Teen Motherhood, A Nightmare Teenage pregnancy comes along with lots of problems and danger. Some teenage parents, in their state of mind, think having a baby will make them grown. Forced to enter the adulthood, they forgot that they are babies themselves. If you are a teenager and you get pregnant out of your own will, please don’t consider abortion. It’s a crime in the eyes of God.