I didn't sleep thinking about how I was going to get through the next day, the stress piled up and I decided to take it out on me by self harm. I started spending more and more time alone in my room not wanting to talk to my siblings or my parents, crying every night, hating myself more and more. When I went out in public I felt as if every single person was staring at me and judging me. I felt cold, I started sweating and shaking, I breathed heavily, my heartbeat was rapid, I felt sick to my stomach while going through panic attacks everyday fearing what would happen the next day I would have to go to
It is clear that she has been driven insane by the murder of Duncan and cannot properly function. Her nighttime is chaotic and she cannot sleep normally because of the evil that inhabits her life and mind. The Doctor observes, “Foul whisp’rings are abroad. Unnatural deeds/Do breed unnatural troubles. Infected minds/To their deaf pillows will discharge their secrets./More needs she the divine than the physician./God, God forgive us all.
Hurston states, “Janie hurried out of the front gate and turned south. Even if Jody was not there waiting for her, the change was bound to do her good” (32). The quote shows how Janie is thinking for herself and starting to release her mentality to always look to someone else. Logan threatened to kill Janie if she left, but her determination to reach her goals let her go past that fear and put her own life on the line to push towards her goals. Also, if she left Logan, Janie would leave her known world to venture off into potential dangers and her safety from their marriage would be gone.
In terms of our unnamed character, losing a lover caused some of her emotional strains. Through out many parts of the book a mysterious lost lover is brought up again and again. "Sometimes I turn around and catch the smell of you and I cannot go on I cannot fucking go on without expressing this terrible so fucking awful physical aching fucking longing I have for you" (Kane p.12). This quote shows us that the character has desires and wants. The characters emotions have stopped her from being able to love, not only others, but herself.
Out, you baggage! You tallow face!” Which is such cruelty and foul language used to describe his daughter which is no act that should ever be inflicted upon one or else would cause such tragic and huge emotional state of depression this is clearly what had made Juliet seem so ill to life, she couldn 't handle the pressure they were forcing upon her making her question life pushing her to the edge. A great part of the blame should be inflicted upon these two irresponsible and cruel parents who had a big impact on the taking of her own
The noble Macbeth will rightfully replace him. Without Macbeth, the entire kingdom would be falling apart this moment, symbolically and literally! How dare these traitors betray. Printing my anger onto the page is helping ease the pain of all the stresses I have experienced today. It is impossible for me to clearly describe the anger I feel on this paper, the pain in my heart is inexplicable.
I might as well have attempted to arrest an avalanche! Down—still unceasingly—still inevitably down! I gasped and struggled at each vibration. I shrunk convulsively at its every sweep. My eyes followed its outward or upward whirls with the eagerness of the most unmeaning despair; they closed themselves spasmodically at the descent, although death would have been a relief, oh, how unspeakable!” This piece of text shows how the author created suspense by making the reader think about whether or not the narrator was going to die.
I wanted to see if I had some of the same issues and complaints. For instance, I had many surgeries and other issues as a child and teenager, all of which I was unbearable and it wasn’t until I was 19 and I had one of my worst anger fits that my mother said something that really struck home, “think of how others might feel.” I was in fact mind blind, I had trouble seeing the other perspective. From that moment on I have been a bit better, but I am not constantly focusing on it I tend to still miss the other perspective and this continues to cost me friendships and hardships to this day. I am fortunate enough to have found someone who is willing to help me and help me grow. So, after the book do I still think that I might be autistic?
She had been frightened what people thought of her, scared she couldn't perform anymore, that people didn't want to see her anymore. And then there had been Lindsey. That man was what she had been most afraid of off it all. Stevie had had an idea how to behave around him after they had left on the terms they had been leaving. There had been too many lose ends, too much heartache as that she,
The next morning, she is angry at Tomas for having sent her to this fate. Tereza speaks of this event as if it truly happened. The reader sees that Tomas’ infidelity is pains her greatly to the point that she feels like she is dying, represented literally in her