Today there is a wide variety of how teenagers are raised, and with all the different ways to handle situations, it is hard to determine which way is fair. Growing up in a house with overprotective parents, but having a friend with permissive parents shows the way things could be. Teens reach an age where they think that they should be able to do the things that they want with their parents permission, but when you have overprotective parents you will most likely not have permission to do so. So what do they do? They rebel and lie to their parents, because their friend with the permissive parents say it 's okay, so now the teen feels like they should be able to go anyways.
Romeo’s love for Rosaline is affecting him in more way than it should. Romeo believes that his love for Rosaline is true even though she does not love him back. Romeo believes that he will forever feel sorrow because Rosaline does not love him back. Romeo’s unreturned love is affecting his decisions. He thinks that he should not have fun since Rosaline does not love him back and he almost does not go to the Capulet party.
This roots back to the death of his brother and his fear of getting close enough to someone that he is vulnerable to being hurt. Holden despises interaction so intensely that he even says “I thought what I’d do was, I’d pretend I was one of those deaf mutes. That way I wouldn’t have to have any of those goddam stupid useless conversations with anybody” (218). This illustrates just how far he was willing to go to avoid interaction, because he truly thinks that it is pointless. Throughout the novel the reader is exposed to Holden’s damaged mind and personality.
Abby, feels unsafe around her dad and feels that her mother does not support her. The fact that Randy is disrespectful to Abby every time he drinks, it has made Abby not to trust her dad. For that reason, their daughter and father relationship is already damaged. Dad is not aware of his behavior when he is drunk, and even though he apologized before, his actions has already
The constant nagging of his wife shows that they do not mix well together, however he is still inferior to her, he never gets a say and never get what he wants. Walter Mitty feels that through imagination he could be in a place he could really belong but the thing is, by having these “episodes” it excludes him from belonging in reality which poses the question, is it more important to belong with yourself or with others around you? It is clear that Walter Mitty uses his mind to escape reality where he feels he belongs, but it is also interesting to see how he has given up on trying to belong in reality and accepted the fact that he will be useless as time
Holden gets rejected by Sally, who he thinks is “stupid ”, but being abandoned again causes him more pain. Holden picks the wrong people to be around, considering he ends up alone any time he tries to connect with people. Holden does not meet any people that show much interest in him since he left
In my opinion, the children often misunderstand their parents while their parents keep worrying about them. However, when the children get older, they always regret what they thought about their parents when they were young. Firstly, parents and children always have different politics and have quarrels so children misunderstand their parents. As
A child’s grade is based on how they preform, parents should not interfere with that. “... have no compunction about marching into kindergarten class and screaming at a teacher about a grade.” (Stratuss Paragraph 3).This shows parents getting too involved and sometimes threatening in their kids lives. People will say that things may have been graded unfairly and the parent should get involved.The fact is this is often not the case and if it is the student should talk to the teacher without a parent. The final reason is some parents are getting involved in students college lives. Some parents will call their college age child’s professors to fix problems.
As Navarrett acknowledges, “Fear is essential to respect. Children won 't do what we tell them to do, unless - at some level - they fear the consequences that will come from not doing it.” Continuing his debate about spanking, he states that “Too many parents today are falling down on their job. The problem isn 't that too many kids get spanked. It 's that some kids who need a spanking might never get one… Too many children in America do not respect their parents; that is a real threat.” I remember seeing an exhausted mother chasing after her 5 year old son nearly 11 pm and trying to tell him that it was over bedtime; but the boy was still running around the house until
This can also be related to the gang conflict. If at a young age, a child learns that their parents are not trustworthy or reliable, they will be skeptical of their parent’s warnings to not hang out with those bad kids across the street. Consequently, their resentment towards their parent(s) will lead them to disregard their opinions and possibly hang out with those kids they were warned about just to spite their parents. In addition, to their lack of identity, their inability to evaluate character leads teens to crumble under peer pressure and ultimately make illegal decisions that will prompt their unfortunate encounter with the punitive justice