Also on page 166, it states that his teammates ignored everything going on. This means that Perry had no one to talk to, making him lonely. I’m sure that this really affected the way he saw his teammates. The last example I have of traumatization is the stress. Perry had to juggle keeping himself safe, making sure his family was okay, schoolwork, and basketball all at once.
People understood his message, but then they noticed that he never took off his black veil. Since he never took the veil off, people started judging him, he became secluded from those around him, and his fiancee breaks up with him. This affected Mr. Hooper’s life greatly. No one really liked him. They all removed themselves from him.
They were not allowed to go anywhere at night but they did it anyway, the students knew that if they get caught they will be expelled out of school. This shows that the student does not really care about their education and do not care if they get
This time the gang tries to beat them up but this time they have a new strategy. Peter hides his phone and calls their principal while all this is happening. The strategy works however their principal doesn’t like the idea of students having her phone number. Feeling hopeless and out of options the boys go to Garvey for support, he tells them to fight without words, left confused and slightly angry Cole is not sure what to do. The next time the gang comes at them Cole decides to sit down because he figures that they wouldn’t fight people sitting down.
Sadly after Phoenix’s death the bully was not held accountable for his actions, words, and disgusting behaviour. He even admitted saying it, and students exclaimed he was bragging about it at school. He was never punished, suspended, or had any consequences from his parents and his school. Aceros school announced “He didn't mean it, it was just an offhand comment.” But Halliburton's Highlands referred to their handbook to defend the decision
When he isn’t playing soccer or hanging out with his friends he is definitely not with his brother. He is scared out of his mind that his brother will try to hurt or even kill him. Until he finally stands up to his brother at the end of the book when he tells the police everything he knew and all of his other fears like when he went to Tangerine Middle even after being scared at the carnival, Paul can’t overcome his fearful blindness. Paul’s fear keeps him from enjoying life and finding his best friends. If he could let go and stand up to his fears he would be able to love his life.
In every situation where the creature attempts to interact with others, he is shunned immediately, before even being able to say a word. The village even drives him away with the threat of weapons. This immediate judgement threatened the creature’s life and taught him immediately that society is unkind to those who fall outside of their idea of attractive. Because this is one of the first and only things the creature learns from his little interaction with society, it suggests that it is not only important, but also very
He faced the wrath of his elders for being so curious and wanting to know everything. Many of the people in this community would have stopped doing what they were doing since the elders would have told them to stop, but Equality 7-2521 is not like the other men. As a consequence of Equality 7-2521 following his motivations with such fearsome will he left his community and ran away even though he knew he would most likely die.
Do not speak to anyone about it, especially not to people who are not registered. Don’t pass information on to your friends or your family. Don’t post information on the Internet.” (Poznanski, p. 40) The reasoning for this isolation is to avoid suspicion, especially from outsiders who may not approve of the games illegal intentions. Often times, cults tend to believe that outsiders are dangerous. (HowStuffWorks) This can relate back to Erebos, considering that when suspicions arise in the outside world of the games content, the messenger gives the players the order to: “attend school every day and behave inconspicuously.” (Poznanski, p. 239) Overall, the clear objective of isolating players in Erebos is to indoctrinate them into accepting the rules for the well being of the cult as a
I went in with a negative attitude, but I remember walking out of that gym after every practice having accomplished something new. After a few months my jumps got higher, my stunt group had the highest basket toss, I got a back-tuck. Everything fell into its place, and I finally discovered what I loved most. I am so grateful I never quit after that first practice, cheer has shaped who I am today. I’m now a captain and three year cheerleader at Brighton, 2 year United Spirit Association All-American Athlete, and planning to cheer in college.
Now because of this, that kid started shipping us. At first, both of us ignored this and continued on with our lives, but he came up with ship names, and that was when all hell broke loose. Both of us told him to shut up, but I was the one who really got pissed. I was in no mood to go through what I went through in elementary. You simply told him to stop and ignored him, even when he drew a heart with both our initials on it.
I spoke to his dad about this, and we confronted him about our suspicions that he was using drugs. But instead of seeing our concern for what it was, he flew into a rage and told us to stay out of his business. Then when his father became angry at his disrespectful attitude, Tommy told us that we had better not bother him anymore or he might do things we definitely would not like. He left the house and hasn 't returned for a week now. I am so worried about him.
With all the anger bottled up, he tends to displace them by lashing out on his co-workers. The traumatic events from his pass that he often denies are coming out in the wrong way. Antwone should instead repress his feelings by taking a visit down memory lane. He needs to let go off being in denial, find his family, and get them to explain why
In the book, Chris removes himself from society and everyone known loved one around him, even though he did not take a second to stop and think how this would affect all of the parts in his life including his family. Although, it may seem reckless and unthoughtful to completely remove yourself from everyone
He told me that people are going to make fun of me, but I have the option to care or not. He even helps me with many things, like problems at school or just protecting me when something is going on. Yet, his childhood wasn 't all that great, as he struggled. Back then, before I was born and dad was a child, he was an introvert, and that was the biggest mistake of his life, as he did not go outside. Like I said, he was like me.