Since Helen is deaf and mute, Kate finds it difficult to converse with Helen. Kate, desperately, needed help with Helen because she found it difficult to control her daughter.Annie, a student, who comes to assist Helen sees something amazing in Helen and wants to help her. Annie thinks that Mrs. Keller is really nice, but when she gets in the way of Helen’s learning then she becomes the problem. Annie knows that Kate wants the best for Helen, but she is one of the main reasons Helen has not been able to learn. Annie’s relationship with Kate Keller is essential in breaking the barrier that separated them from Helen.
Even the Frost King incident which left Helen devastated and bewildered and which irreparably damaged her friendship with Mr. Anagnos receives a mention in her book as it has contributed to her development and Helen wants others not to glamorize her life but to recognize that all her experiences, her family and friends and her difficulties have made her a stronger person and have helped make her a well-rounded
“We must accept finite disappointment, but never lose infinite hope.” Martin Luther King Jr. once stated these meaningful words about always having hope. Throughout the nonfiction drama, The Miracle Worker by William Gibson, Anne Sullivan, or Annie, was hired to teach blind and deaf—due to a horrible illness at such a young age—Helen Keller a variety of life skills. Anne Sullivan came across many problems when teaching Helen Keller. Despite these troubles, Anne Sullivan, Helen Keller’s mother (Kate), Helen Keller’s father (Captain Keller), and other family members tried to never lose hope in Helen’s capabilities. All of their determination, especially Annie’s, was driven by their hope for Helen’s success.
Jenna must reform her identity from the small bits she knows about herself. And she may just piece together the puzzle that is her life, but not without the aid, either negative or positive, of the people around her. Jenna’s mother and father contribute the most to her imperfect identity because she is influenced by them to become who she is at the end of the book. Identity matters to a person because it is what makes one person different from another. Claire, Jenna’s mother, is certainly the largest contributor to Jenna’s identity, because her manipulation results in Jenna’s broken identity.
Jane Eyre: A Testament to Adversity The bildungsroman Jane Eyre by Charlotte Brontë underlines the necessity of adversity in one’s life. Jane’s unwarranted circumstance and discriminatory society, however unjust, proved vital for her growth. For in the end, the trials and hardships she underwent allowed her to become a person, who was neither completely controlled by her beliefs or her religion. (Benvenuto) As a child, Jane was a hardened and rebellious child, shaped by the mistreatment of her aunt Reed and cousins. Her character was reshaped by her experiences in Lockwood and her friendship with Helen Burns.
Often, she finds herself blaming Cal, although she knows he didn 't begin it." If you want successful children you have to learn to manage time. You have to know how to spend time with each one and remind them how important they are to the world and how they each have separate amazing qualities that make them stand out. I believe that Daisy was a good mother before and after Amanda was born but eventually had a hard time handling both of them. She had good intentions
They find it difficult to accept the wrong-doings of my mother”. Mother is malicious and angry towards a widow who lives close to Grace’s house. The visitors to that house, especially men, make her mother angry. Once mother assaulted this widow physically and used abusive language. Because of this, the widow lodged a complaint with the police.
Parents that aggressively fight, portray an unhealthy affiliation with their spouses and this sets a bad example for others. Violent parents or violent relationships cause pain to those near and those in the relationship. Violence is seen in both books, but is greatly touched on in Hillbilly Elegy by J.D. Vance. Since unhealthy parent relationships happen when a child is young, the connection could be made that the people in Evicted, had violent parents and is a cause for their situations they are in when Desmond writes their
Learned helplessness Theory is defined as the failure of an individual to overcome a problem that make them to struggle with that situation (Atari Mohanty, Ravindran Kumar pradhan, Lalatendu Kesari Jena, 2015). This theory can explained in many situations. According to Siew Ling 's case, she was learning helplessness since young. She affected by this theory because of her father. Most of the time Siew Ling 's father was scare her by his abusive methods.
To this, her father-in-law said that “she must have done something that is why he must have hit her”. Also her mother-in-law said that, “even we were abused by our husbands, a female has to bear all this in her marriage”. So, we can derive here that the client’s husband was brought up in such an environment where he saw his mother getting beaten up by his father. Also, many of the child’s temperament and dispositions are formed by his parent’s behaviour towards each other and the family members. For instance, a client who also complained of physical violence said that her 4 year old child doesn’t like her father and says that he will hit him (his father) and his father hits the client.