And the feeling of isolation may make her fears grow further, creating an anxiety that she canâ€™t control. Her self-esteem and self-confidence has taken a dramatic turn, she may be left feeling worthless and stupid and inconsiderate which have been brought on by her abuser. However, all of this does seem hopeless but there can and will be light at the end of the tunnel. First the woman must realise and recognise that there is a form of abuse, even if nothing physical has occurred and no bruises have formed. Abuse can manifest in many ways from the way the person talks to the actions they take.
. Those of the body - and of the soul.” (Winspear 38). The way that Maisie said this - the quiet voice combined with this extreme detail - hints to the fact that she is not able to forget this and is still not completely comfortable talking about it. This could be a sign of anxiety, as she is worried that if she is heard and people start asking her about it, that she will become extremely
The nurse is torn, but fearing of reprisal if orders are disobeyed, so the nurse is appalled at the over-riding a patient’s wish by force feeding him agains his wish. According to the case scenario, this is an ethical dilemmas because there is a choice between two equally appealing mutually exclusive choices that is shown as the nurse’s awe while against the prisoner’s wish among of the fear of reprisal if disobeying orders. The RN is working in military, so obeying orders is the most important rules in where the nurse practices. Therefore, the nurse notes that a moral distress arise while following the healthcare members’s decisions which are considered as
Whether one era or society allows to think about themselves and individual is always obligated to make there action for there happiness and for themselves .In the novel The Handmaid 's Tale by Margaret Atwood, Offred’s acceptance towards complacency helps her survive in a misogynistic society but internally she is refusing to comply to sustain her identity. As much as Offred disagrees with the value and beliefs in the society she has to comply in order to endure. The commander throughout the book breaks many rules one of them was calling Offred secretly in the nights.Offred cannot decline the commander 's request, situation like these causes Offred to be forced in to complying even if it is against the Gilead’s law. In the society Offred 's in her decision and the acts of complying is difficult “ But to refuse to see him could be worse. There’s no doubt about holds the real power.”(Atwood 136) she cannot challenge the power of the commander even without agreeing she has to forcefully comply to every command she is told.
Even though the main character remains obedient even when she victimizes by her family, this also shows a sign of weakness because she did not stand up to her family. Sometimes the portrayal of submissiveness defines a woman as being helpless in the certain situation. However, the main character obedience and patience can lead to positive incentives. One more example that follows with being submissive can be when two white doves cry to the King 's son, “Turn and peep, turn and
Mary on the other hand does not give in to her desires and represses them trying her best to stay within the boundaries of what society expects of her. Even though she seems content with her life as it, at times she secretly longs for something more. The Mary Reilly story was a more realistic story. The struggles that Mary experienced developed from real emotional abuse she endured as a child by her alcoholic father. She would often have flashbacks and
She was also was nervous about being found and tried her best to help others. Anne was caring of how the others were feeling and tried to do her best to not cause too many problems. One thing she wrote in her diary was “Even through everything that has happened I still believe people are good at heart,” (Anne Frank). She wanted to believe that people could still be good. Anne had many conversations with Peter, she tried to comfort him when he was upset.
“It's an encouraging trend, given that research shows many people with mental health conditions don't seek treatment due to fear of shame or judgment.” I strongly believe that this statement is true. Many are terrified of what others think of them, so they hide their feelings. So many don’t want to talk about what is going on in their mind. However, Demi Lovato says she, “personally finds that talking about what's going on in her mind gives her the perspective she needs, but it takes work and time to uncover what works best for each individual.” I truly believe this, because when I need someone to talk to, I talk to my best friend. She is always there for me, and she understands my problems.
“Ain’t even funny” creates irony as her morbid undertone allows the reader to see her dangerous capabilities, creating tension as she jokes about a serious matter. This presents Curley’s wife as cruel, however, we can also sympathise with her. This is because we can see her loneliness and isolations highlighted in the fact this is the only human interaction she receives. Curley’s wife’s mentally fragile as she is consistently dehumanised by the idea no one wants her opinions or thoughts on anything because she is viewed as a possession rather than a person, like many in the
Zenobia turns against this not only vocally, but also physically: on more than one occasion, Priscilla is separated from the “pack” and Zenobia clings to Hollingsworth’s side. Priscilla doesn’t complain about this, though it’s obvious this upsets her because she cares deeply for Hollingsworth as well. Her silence is stark contrast to Zenobia’s outspoken personality. Zenobia makes a valiant attempt to be the perfect woman though; she allows Westervelt near Priscilla, and is unkind to her