But at this point Sal’s mother was pregnant so when her mother gave birth the baby was dead when it got strangled with its umbelacelcord. Sal blamed herself because she thinks if she never climbed that tree none of it would have happened. Sal thought, “ He said to me, “ It wasn’t your fault, Sal—it wasn’t because she carried you. You mustn’t think that,” I didn’t believe him,” (page 138). If Sal didn’t believe her father 's words then she thinks she caused her mothers miscarriage and she is probably upset about this.
Due to an issue with insurance plans, she doesn’t get the treatment she needs, and in the end, she kills herself. In “Silver Water” by Amy Bloom, she specifically addresses the negative connotation that is associated with mental illnesses and whom they affect; she shows this by the string of bad therapists Rose had, Rose’s own trained therapist father did not want to admit she had a mental illness, and the lack of friends Rose had and the people that were portrayed in the halfway house Rose lived in. At the beginning of the story, Rose has her first psychotic break at 15 years old, in which she goes to the woods and sit there with a blank expression for hours. After three weeks, she begins to sit inside her house and lick the hairs on her arms, back and forth. Rose’s mother approaches her father about a possible solution to Rose’s behavior by saying, “What is your professional opinion?
Sal already knew her mom had died, but she didn’t want to believe it. She never let herself believe that her mom has passed away. Sal’s mom died when she was going to Lewiston, Idaho. She was in a bus, and the bus tipped over killing everyone except one person, and that person wasn't Sal’s mom. Sal loves her mom and doesn’t want to think she is dead.
The dread of the thought of him being killed by Nazi forces is too much for his foster mother, and when combined with her own husband’s recent death, it is what causes her health to decline until her own eventual death. Just weeks before she dies, she writes a heartfelt letter to Catherine, reminiscing the time she spent raising him. She even reassures Catherine that Jerome will return, although it is questionable whether she even believes this herself. Before she dies, Jerome’s foster mother writes, “Some day he will return to you, Catherine dear.
This story is also sad in a sense that, the child have to re-experience the day she was murdered. And the character “I” see the experienced too but cannot do anything to help the girl. Because of feeling sorry to the child, the character “I” decide to give the red balloons that the girl wanted. Never come in his mind that it will bring harm to his mother and himself. After the day he give the girl the balloons, his mother died.
But when Tita receives news that the ranch was raided, which caused Mama Elena to become paralyzed from the waist down and during which Chencha was raped, she knew she had to go back. Despite the way she was mistreated by Mama Elena, Tita showed her strong characteristics by still being compassionate enough to go back to the ranch out of respect. In addition, Mama Elena started to have some guilty thoughts such as “the slightest doubt that Tita intended to poison her slowly” (132). Nonetheless, Mama Elena dies due to a medication she was taking secretly. Through all the challenges that had happened, Tita needed to hear from her sister, Gertrudis, in which she said, “the simple truth is that the truth does not exist; it all depends on a person’s point of view” (190).
When she was around the age of 13 her mother passed away as well due to a drug overdose after getting out of jail. Maci was forced back into her aunt’s house where she then started to act out violently. Her aunt had had enough and sent Maci into foster care (Babakhan). She was first put into a group home where she got food, water, and shelter, but no love. That’s when her current mother Gigi stepped in, "Even though she had safety and medical care, she didn't have love.
But one day her mother ran away. Sal and her dad then moved to Euclid, Ohio, because Sal’s mother was haunting her father, were Sal met Phoebe. Then Sal learns that her mother died in a bus crash and can’t seem to believe the loss. Sal said, “I refused to move. I would not leave our farm, our maple tree, our swimming hole, our pigs, our chickens, our hayloft.
Medea is on the roof of the house on her way to live Corinth. There shows how evil and scaring she is, because she confess to had kill her own son ¨ Jason ! Why are you battering at these doors, seeking the dead children and me who killed them? Stop ! Be quiet¨ (line 1318-1319) She is responsible for the death of the royal family.
She was an unwanted child to the family because she was the fifth daughter and the seventh of nine children. With the fera of her daughter also suffereing the pain of dowryless bride, her mother wanted this child to be killed. As a girl child she was almost given up to death, just to free her from the problems of marriage. But she survived that incident and from there it could be seen Jasmine had the capacity to struggle, survive and portray her true self. She was told by an astrologer that she will be a widow at the age of 17.