Most of the time Siew Ling 's father was scare her by his abusive methods. For example, he terrified Siew Ling by telling horrible stories to make her scared and confused. This effect Siew Ling mentally rather physically. According to Sandra Horley, (2002) abused people will try to cope with the situation mentally and deny the problems that they faced. Sometimes they act as normal and made situation even worst.
Pat keeps insisting that’s normal. Pat meets this woman named Tiffany also has a lot of trouble. Her husband was killed, and after that she started living a lifestyle were she slept with a lot of guys because she blamed herself for her husbands death. With tiffany, it seems that Pat finds someone who first of all challenges him but also accepts him for who he is. Their relationship starts out a bit misleading because they fight like hell and we don’t see how the to of them could be friends.
Marital Discord is a problem or lack of synchronization in the marriages. It symbolizes a breakdown in the co-operation of the married couples. Usually, the married discord originates when hostility and feud develops among the partners or individuals by internal and external demonstrations and exihibitions like partition, physical aggression, disapprobation and condemnation. It is a process that begins before physical separation and continues after the marriage is legally ended. Marital Discord is a very stressor that induces and triggers individuals to enter stages or engage in behaviour that will lead them to have psychotic or organic features.
Others believe that it is a different way of expressing love and other emotional feelings. Some couples experience domestic violence and returning o their lover after being told to leave. Domestic Violence can lead to many things like jail or death. This can mentally and physically hurt and breakdown a person. SVU dedicated an episode to domestic relationships and it was an episode that can be very life changing.
Abuse is when you treat someone with violence (verbally, emotionally or physically) repeatedly. There are many people who get divorced simply because their spouse is abusive verbally, emotionally or physically. Even though their spouse is their other half some people feel insecure when they are with them because they are attacking them physically, using harsh words and shouting or doing things that would emotionally hurt them. One of the main causes of abuse is having difficulty tolerating (managing) anger. Instead of trying to discuss the problems they have or talking out why they are angry some find it easier to just verbally or physically abuse their spouse and feel better without caring or knowing that this might hurt the other person.
A Comparison of Othello, “A Pair of Tickets” and “For My Daughter” Emotional abuse is an often-misunderstood form of trauma. It is also called psychological or mental damage, and it is aiming to control, belittle, isolate, and shame other people into subservience. The female characters in Shakespeare Othello, Amy Tan’s “A Pair of Tickets” and Weldon Kees’s “For My Daughter” all must learn how to overcome emotional abuse. Shakespeare emphases Othello’s as the abusive husband, while “A Pair of Tickets” It was the mother of Jing-Mei that embarrasses her and Kees’s is the father that denied his daughter. Whereas Othello, “A Pair of Tickets,” and “For My Daughter have significant differences all female characters Illustrates some emotional
I connected this idea to a previous text, Sudhir Kakar’s Intimate Relations where Rano, the protagonist of one of the stories, desired to be beaten up by her husband to establish their relationship as a married couple. The idea of love with respect to desire was another point that I tried to cover in my post. The trance of love and desire often makes the two concepts very unrealistic for us, hence often blurring the lines between the reality and fantasy of these two raw emotions. Though these initial ideas regarding reality and desire with respect to violence do hold true for me in some parts, it is has become rather problematic for me to attach a negative connotation to desire. It also makes me question why love and desire as seen so differently.
The researchers suggest that men may feel that a relationship is threatened by their partner’s negative emotions, especially when they arise in the middle of a relationship related conflict. Relationships are very confusing but proper communication and empathy can melt stoned hearts. Hence a woman psychology is referred as obfuscating. Often blamed for emotional disorders. Despite great efforts made by the international women’s rights movement over many years, women are still considered obscure.
Anne Frank and her mother, Edith, have a very complicated relationship. Anne does not like her mother, and she prefers her father instead. Anne cannot bring herself to love her mother, and she makes it known to her mother that she does not like her. Anne had an instance where she was infuriated by her mother. Edith had told Anne’s father, Otto, all of her misdeeds and started crying.
The drama written by Athol Fugard, The Road to Mecca, addresses different relationship situations and circumstances. These relationships are depicted by the author himself, Anthol Fugard. With reference to the statement “There’s nothing sacred about a marriage that abuses the woman,” the following essay will regard three, unique, woman and their relationship experiences with their significant other. Fugards depiction of Katrina’s experience of abuse in her marriage was very complicated, as there were many aspects to consider. Katrina suffered from physical abuse which her husband, Koos, had inflicted upon her.