Holden Caulfield has been known to show unstable emotions and actions towards his peers. Holden belongs to a rest home because of his constant irrational behaviour. Holden doesn’t apply himself towards school even with teachers that care about his studies. Holden doesn’t have a good relationship with his family members because he doesn’t communicate well. A final example that proves that Holden should be in a rest home is that he doesn’t have a healthy relationship with his peers.
In her letter she wants her father to have some compassion and send her some relief, of clothing. In the end of the letter she put your undutiful and disobedient child, meaning she is performing the duties for her family, and she feels because what is happening to her that she is not an obedient child. The historic context of
The child, psychologically, will not be able to relate to people and will not be able to maintain a stable relationship of any kind and cause the child, when they become an adult, to be very lonely. Now because Darl was neglected by his mother, His personality was more forthcoming and friendly. Darl was far more social and outgoing, which is an attractive personality trait to most people, “ Darl was different from those others… he was the only one of them that had… any natural affection” (Faulkner 21). His natural
According to Ainsworth, children with insecure-resistant attachment are unsure when/if their mothers will attend to his or her needs. This schema causes the toddlers to act distressed when the mothers leave and become angry when they return. Maria is anxious, clingy, and does not explore much while the mother is present. This temperament is the insecure part of insecure-resistant attachment. She cries and becomes distressed when the her mother leaves the room, and a stranger is introduced.
Margaret Mead and Rhonda Metraux discuss the varying effects of discipline in “Discipline- To What End?”, specifically when they state that, “There are… forms of discipline that may be self-defeating.” I understand this quote to mean discipline can lead to the opposite of the desired effect when improperly used. This can result from both over disciplining and using the wrong kind of regulation for a specific behavior. The possible outcomes from the wrong kind of discipline may lead to the child having problems with decision making and development of character, which may severely stunt his or her ability to function in the future. I agree that discipline can be psychologically contradictory to the intended goal as a result of either inappropriate
The baby becomes very upset at the loss of attachment to the mother. The baby may also feel extremely powerless in the situation because she had done all she could to try and get the mother back to normal. This includes the smiling, putting the hands up, and the looking away from the mother. All learning occurs in the context of
She was not such of the Finch family. She did not like the fact that their dad was the lawyer for the Tom Robinson case. Also, they just felt they were hated by her and did not have enough manners for her liking. However, when meeting Mrs. Dubose, Scout later on witnesses Jem damage her garden then paying the consequence of having to read to her, “Jem and I hated her… We could do nothing to please her...
They could become depressed and lack dopamine in their brain from not feeling love enough. Dopamine is the neurotransmitter in the brain that is activated when a person feels loved or pleasured. The lack of dopamine in the brain can lead to “risk for future aggression” (Mattson) and the child could become distant from everyone and lash out when spoken to because they “misinterpret the behavior of
Phong first asks him why he is doing a woman’s job which emasculates Thao. Fong then proceeds to call him little man and pat his head as if Thao is a child. This scene shows that Thao doesn’t get to speak for himself because his sister is such a dominating force that prevents him from doing what he wants. The entire family knows this which results in them demeaning him and view him as not good enough unable to be a true man. Sue’s actions, though with good intentions, leave Thao unable to become a true man and lead him to become an outcast within his own
She thought of herself as ugly and it began to lose control. Once it hit a certain point she began not to care and “settled down to just being ugly” (Morrison 123). As soon as she caved, she began to hate her personal life more and more. She became complacent with her life of sorrow and spent no time trying to patch up what was left of her tattered life. When her kids started to come to life she hoped they did not resemble her, “but I knowed she was ugly…
When parents deal with tough financial situations, it can cause stress and anger within them. Some parents feel the need to take that stress and anger out on their children because they may feel their children are the reason they are in that financial situation, so the only way to get rid of that anger and frustration is to abuse that child. The effects of child neglect and abuse include: losing their parents, being moved into a foster care or a different facility, they may never feel the love of a parent, and many other effects come with neglecting and abusing a child. Both on the child and the parents. Every day, children bare the abuse physically, mentally, and sexually from their relatives, people they are close to, or even in some cases strangers off the street.
While reading the story, you can tell in the narrators’ tone that she feels rejected and excluded. She is not happy and I’m sure, just like her family, she wonders “why her?” She is rejected and never accepted for who she really is. She is different. She’s not like anyone else
In Chapter 5 there is a passage that discusses the frustration the doctors are having toward the Lees. Neil and Peggy were very upset at the parents for their noncompliance and it was difficult to work with the Lees because of how hard the work was and they had to face resentment, instead of appreciation from the Lees. They were also frustrated that the Lees never paid for any medical care and didn’t seem to appreciate their generosity for helping them when Medi-Cal was a low insurance program. Lia’s parents made Peggy and Neil feel as if all their year’s education, awards, and the amount of time they spent educating themselves about the Hmong didn’t matter. They struggled watching Lia fail to receive treatment and thought they could give her a better life (Passage summary found on page
NEGLECT ABUSE. Mrs P was at risk of neglect and harm from her son who was not supporting her needs for care and she has been abuse and neglected. Her personal hygiene was also not taken care of by her son, because of this abuse Mrs. P could not protect herself from neglect so she became withdrawn from herself. FINANCIAL OR MATERIAL ABUSE.