She said “I would go down the hill to the spring to be quiet and hate them” so it's proven she actually doesn't like her family and the only reason she still stays with them is because she thinks it's a part of being a wife. When she said that i was shocked she said it point blank she wants to get away from them and hate them. Thats crazy to think that a mother would think that about her children but it's understandable considering the circumstances and what she's gone through. But as a mother and a wife it's kind of your job to put up with your kids and husband it's not like you can just quit being a wife and a mother they need you and you can't show them your weak because then they won't make it out in the real world. It's bad that it's gotten to this with addie but it's all on her it's all her decision to give up on her kids and not only will she suffer her kids will
The husbands did not give the wives no rights of knowing the family income or sharing the certain household. The husbands would have power over their wive's income and property. The husbands made it difficult for the wive's to leave their homes or divorce because divorce was not an option, the wive's would have to immorality sin on their husband to be divorced. The women's that lives in the 1960's who worked accordingly their jobs were teachers, nurse, and secretary. Nevertheless the women's could not attend programs like medical school, they were kept out of any ordinary occupation of their choices, but in the 1960's there was a small amount of women that were doctors, lawyers and the women's where discrimination on their salary, therefore the man's salary was much higher and was not giving the women a fair partnership.
Mildred didn’t believe that Montag was really sick. While he was sitting in the bed, he had asked her to go in the parlor and turn down the people. The fact that she did not do it says a lot. It states a great example of how she doesn’t care about anything but them, which is evidence that she does not care if he is sick, nor does she believe it. In the end, you can see that society has made Mildred self-centered and unfeeling.
Vonnegut hates to take medicines for his illness. He didn’t trust those medicines and even stop eating food or drinking his tea while he was in the hospital because he understood there’s medicine in his food for controlling his behavior. In the other hand, Nolan looked forward for his medicine so he can write. This shows another different between people with different type of mental illness. One of them is aware of the fact that he needs the drugs so he can function and stay as normal as possible, while the other one hates it because he thought the doctors wanted to poison him.
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 symbols of life In the past women were expected by society to stay home and do the house work,take care of the kids and stay devoted to their husbands but then someone comes along and completely goes against those standards. This is exactly what Kate Chopins is trying to explain in the book The Awakening because she didn't like the expectations/standards that were put on women and when she wrote a book about it everyone thought that it was scandalous to the point to where it was banned. It was banned because during those times people didn't really think or even knew about what would happen in some marriages like cheating, or standards that were put on women. Through the book The Awakening there are many symbols that take a big part in the book in which they all goes a bigger meaning in the story
Description: The incidents occurred while carrying out certain intervention on my assigned client in the unit with my clinical instructor. It involves the removal of a foley catheter and an IV.tubing on my patient which was due according to the protocol of the hospital.Although my primary nurses wanted to carry out the procedure with me assisting her,my instructor suggest that I do it while she supervises me since it was my first time. I was quite excited to learn and acquire this new squill that I forgot to prepare adequately for it. Critical reflection: I was upset that I couldn’t recall the name of the equipments needed to carry out the intervention as well as the implications for the patient aochen I was asked to do so by my instructor.
Throughout clinical practice this semester I have been able to address difference in nursing care, work alongside other heath care workers. During one of my shifts there were many times during the day where the RN on my team challenged my skills. For example, I was hanging an IV line for a client and had labeled the tubing to ensure that it was changed every 24 hrs. The RN went on to challenge this as she felt it was unnecessary and I should have labeled it to be changed every 72 hrs. I explained that I had done it because the IV wasn’t being run all day.
In the second semester of my junior year , my classmates and i are privlleged to have the oppertunity to be able to assist patients in Sunshine Haven.Sunshine haven is a non-profit organization that takes care of expiring patients ,workers and nurse provide best care possible as their living their last days. Feburary 29, 2016 was the first day of my clinical experience.As my peers and i were on our way to Sunshine Haven i was feeling nervous , anxious , afraid and a bit scared . I didnt know what to expect it was a new experisence for me and i was thinking that alot of this can go wrong but i maintained confident , with a smile and ready to provide the patiente with the best care as possible. Once i arrived into the facility
Dewey Dell did not regret the decision of going to Jefferson for selfish reasons. She regretted trying to get an abortion from the “doctor” she went to see. Most people would understand her decision, but that should not have been her main focus of her trip. Dewey Dell and her mother never really speak before Addie dies, but she was still Dewey’s mother. A death of a family member, even one a person is not close to, is still a sad occasion and said family member should be given a proper burial.
Not only did the reaction of Kitty 's neighbors demonstrate how gruesome this era was, but they also displayed a recurring theme in American history. Nobody that noticed Kitty 's altercation attempted to aid the helpless woman. When interviewed, most replied, "I didn 't want to get involved" (122) or some form of that response, such as, "I didn 't want my husband to get involved" (122). One woman even responded with, "We thought it was lover 's quarrel" (122). Although none of these are reasonable excuses, they do not reach the level of selfishness one man 's response does.
One CNA, which I must mention was fired due to their daily attitude, took a resident from the cafeteria to their room when the resident was not ready to leave. The resident had stated that she did not want to go to her room and wanted to look out the window, but the CNA had ignored the request. This action was denying the right of that resident, but happened because there are not enough people to take care of the residents. I propose that the medical laws that govern nursing homes require them to have more CNAs or nurses ready to help the residents, so that they can live without being rushed through their