Medical Hx: Congenital hearing loss that needs to be examined as well as obesity. She had hearing loss due to her overdose. Family composition/ Current Supports: Pt is a 15 y/o Caucasian female who resides at home with her adoptive family and 3 biological siblings in Falls Church, Virginia. She is a tenth grade student at J.E.B Stuart High School in Falls Church Pt was 4y/o at the time of adoption, her sister recently returned home from a residential program. The youngest sister is 14 and the pt has sexually abused her on three separate occasions in the last 7 years.
Although they were not sure why, they were both too scared to go. They played a game to decide who would go, Vicky lost, and at the age of eleven, was introduced to oral sex. Later, it was Carol's turn. Despite her tears and protests, her father sexually abused his daughter. According to Vicky, their father's sexual abuse would continue until he remarried eight months later, Carol would recall the first and last time as being the only occurrences.
In October 1975, Gacy’s new wife, Carole, asked for a divorce. Not long after his divorce was finalized in March 1976, Gacy kidnapped and killed 18 year old Darrell Sampson. Just five weeks later, 15 year old, Randall Reffett was reported missing. Then, just a few hours after Randall went missing, 14 year old Samuel Stapleton also went missing. Both Randall and Samuel were found buried in Gacy’s crawl space.
Mayella had no say in the trial, which caused her to have no power. The Ewell’s had little to no money at all, and struggled with class. The family lived behind a dump. In the trial with Tom Robinson, Mayella was scared to tell the truth because of the looks her dad was giving her when it was her turn to speak. Mayella was almost forced to say Tom Robinson raped her or her dad would have beaten her.
According to that document, she was raised by foster parents and, after leaving them, became "delinquent" and addicted to drugs. Between 1976 and 2003, she had 125 convictions or findings of guilt from 23 court appearances. She formed a series of damaging relationships with men and at the time of the accident was with a man who was violent towards her. The offences that led to her jailing occurred on December 14, 2002. Roach and her then partner were disturbed robbing a Mordialloc milk bar at 3.45am.
It captures the attention deeply probably because Gilman has gone through the ordeal of insanity as well. “The Yellow Wall Paper”, discloses the struggles that women undertake when they are imprisoned by insanity through symbolism, setting, and characterization. The woman isn’t able to have her own voice in the world. The yellow wallpaper in the room represents that. She uses the wallpaper to symbolize family authority, social standings, and medical practices.
By “better person,” this could mean she could be living a quiet life and not taking care of four children in a broken down home. The statement itself is short and simply strikes the reader in surprise, by how much Esperanza’s nameless mother gone through and come to realize this. She then points out the fact that Esperanza goes to school and instructs her to study hard, using examples of her godmothers who are both alone and cannot take care of themselves. Then, Esperanza’s mother finally gave her reason to why she had quit school which was because she did not “have nice clothes. No clothes, but I [her mother] had brains” (91).
Without God as a guiding presence in her life, Marji began to rebel against the ever-encroaching fundamentalist institution as much as possible. Under the pretense of religion, Iran strictly enforced new laws against social gatherings and all items of decadence, “They found records and video-cassettes at their place. A deck of cards, a chess set, in other words, everything that’s banned… It earned him seventy-five lashes”(105). This sudden loss of mediums to enjoy one’s self and prevalence of excessive punishment enforcing the declared moral code (132) were invitations to rebel for Marji. She refused to comply with her school’s dress code, wearing jewelry, and when the principal attempted removing Marji’s bracelet (143), Marji knocked her over leading to her expulsion.
Therefore, it’s better to lose a parent through death than through emotional abandonment. Geneva was no mother to Saranell; treating her like a slave and neglecting her from life experiences every child should have. In Leaving Gilead, Saranell went to her mother, in hopes of telling her of Ian Birdsong’s return. “No one in the house ever knew if the mistress of the plantation would open the door of her bedroom or if she’d
After that August interfered and gave him an easy way out so that Lily could stay and go to school in Tiburon and T.Ray would leave her alone. All of these events put an imprint on who Lily became. T.Ray making her kneel on grits and being mean to her made her feel unloved. Her not having a mother because she killed her made Lily sad and angry. She was angry because she was mad that she ever picked up the gun when she was very young.
He killed his ex-girlfriend Angela Monroe who was seven months pregnant with his child. He killed her after finding out that she was a prostitute. He was sentenced 24 years on account of second-degree murder. After spending 22 years in prison, Terry Blair was released on parole in January of 2004. Over the next few months he switched between living with his mother and living with his sister.