And God tells us, commands us, compels us, to love." (The Help, 2011) Inspired by this, Aibileen amends her fear and becomes the first of the maids to disclose her story to Skeeter. She realizes the danger that could result from her decision, but she embraces the risk and relies on her faith for guidance. Aibileen wrestled with just how much courage she would need to do what Skeeter had asked her to do, despite the "bitter seed" planted inside of her. The convergence of Skeeter and Aibileen is a result of the courage demonstrated by Aibileen.
The disease redrew her personal sketch, becoming something though physically lacking, yet resilient beyond comparison. By combining rhetorical strategies with rhetorical appeals, Mairs presents herself in a way that invokes an emotional response from the reader. After losing the ability to operate her legs properly, Mairs begins to declare herself a “cripple”. She proclaims this knowing people cringe whenever someone is called a cripple. Mairs herself doesn’t fully comprehend why she decided on this title, but she believes that she wants others to see her as a “tough customer”.
Closer to the beginning of the story Baby believes that even though her father does not treat her very well that he is still a great person. Jules’s behaviour causes her to be put into a foster home, stay at Mary’s house, go to a correction facility and attend “Bobo Academy”. Baby starts to rebel a little bit due to the way she's been treated, she starts abusing drugs and alcohol.
The connection between both of them is unbreakable. Aibileen calls Mae Mobley her "special baby". First and foremost, she tries to teach Mae Mobley to love herself. Because Mae Mobley is not the perfect baby girl in the eye of the society Aibileen sees that and wants to make sure she knows she is loved no matter what her appearance is. One of the things Aibileen teaches Mae Mobley is "You a smart girl.
A princess should act a certain way so that the barons and nobles like her. Its best for her that they like her because they can pray for her and praise her in sermons. A princess should try to be loved by everyone so when trouble comes her subjects can defend her. She should try to speak intelligently so she can gain respect. She always needs to think ahead of she acts towards people because they might be beneficial to her in the future.
Sometimes in we know things are wrong but this rive some people to want to do it even more. How I see it is Felicia Robinson opponent wanted to win so bad that they decide to twist the facts and push people to think about a heated subject. When Felica district attorney found out about the schema and decide to use it, for their advantage shows that any good morals could be turned to something wrong. Felica has a very tough choice, and most likely would have to make a decision soon. One thing Felicia has to remember is this Is a campaign.
She was able to realize that everyone goes through the tough transition of being a plebe to a free youngster and that with freedom comes responsibilities. She realized in the end that one conduct mishap does not define her character, but it can and will be a problem should she stay on that trajectory. At the final counseling session she even thanked me for being “down to earth” and open with her. She appreciated the time I invested in her and she was able to grow in a moral sense from this experience. Personally for me, I didn’t realize how effectively I was able to handle the counseling session.
During her treatment, Sloane makes a friend; Realm, they become fast friends during aa game of BS. Then she sees James again, neither of them remember each other but they fall in love once again. Sloane hid a purple heart ring James gave her and picture of James and Brady in a slit in her mattress, she remembers this because while she was in the program Sloane took a pill that would let her keep one memory. She is curious, Sloane wants to know what her life was like before The Program, before she lost all of her memories. With the help of some of her friends Sloane and James are given the opportunity to leave their world behind, will they stay or will they go?
Atticus then says “ We couldn't operate a day without Cal, have you ever truly thought about that? Do you think about how much she does for you, and you mind her?” (Lee 33). Atticus puts the thought of how much Calpurnia does for the family, how she acts as an important role in the children's life, across Scout’s mind. Scout needs to think about what Calpurnia does daily to help the Finch family out before she can say how Calpurnia does not benefit them and how she wants her gone. Similarity, Atticus shows understanding and empathy to Mrs.Dubose, even though she talks cruel about him and his family.
Who knows? This one will be the hardest to write, because while Stephanie was the one I found the most complex, my feelings towards you will always confuse me. You're gonna see a lot of idea fragments here, good luck making heads or tails of this....You always wondered why I didn't like you (by always I mean like, that ONE time) in sixth and seventh grade. Well its simple. You always acted like you hated me, no matter what I tried, offer even if I did anything, you seemed to be the one person who definitely wanted me out of this group ...
Shonquasia responded well to the intervention Shonquasia continue to make progress towards her goals. Shonquasia stated that she some time find it difficult to make some decision due to fare of the end result. Shonquasia stated, allowing other to make decision your decisions and being easily influence by others. Shonquasia stated that her mom like to make decision for her and that make her very upset. Shonquasia stated that she is not a follower she is a leader.