In the school shooting, Jason loses his girlfriend Cheryl, as well as a possible child. This affects Jason in a huge way as he is not able to cope with the loss, and becomes hated by the parents of Cheryl. He also does not get out of his antisocial stage, even after he meets another girl later on in life. Heather also is not the best at being social, so they both use characters throughout the story. Heather holds on to the characters after Jason goes missing. This effect Heatter, and she goes through quite an ordeal just to keep his scent in the apartment, as well as to make it look like he is still living in the apartment. Reg well not dead. might as well be to Jason in the first little bit of the story as he does not communicate with him at all. Reg's family also does not communicate with Reg and when they do it usually creates conflict. Jason's older brother Kent dies, but this does not affect him too much. His Wife Barb goes crazy, and actually gets Jason to have sex with her in the hope to have babies that look like Kent, Repeating the Cheryl Marriage in Las Vegas all over again.
Jason works well with others because his name is jason for darn sake they made a movie of that, (and a cool one too).
Jason is a Korean and he came to America when he was 13 which mean English is not his first language. He had to face many challenges during his high school years and college and those challenges helped him to be success in his career back then.
This presents another challenge. On the other hand, his rich clients spend tons of money on trying to get help for their children, and are most times taken for granted because that child is completely brain dead, and the reality of it has not sunk in for them. From this perspective, Jason sees SES for the poor as a factor, but it does not have to be a defining factor. He views parents as being the catapult to change. The resources are there, one just has to look, and be receptive to change as well as the well-being of their child. Priorities are at times eschew in certain cases. Gary’s mother never got that table chair combo, just a table, but was able to buy a new car.
He’s very confused about a lot of things, and there are a lot of people that he doesn’t recognize at first. Most of these people are scientists that are trying to help Jason, but at the same time they are just using him to find out more about their experiment. A lot of opinions from these people are thrown into Jason’s face. He gets threatened with death many times from them because he doesn’t want to cooperate with these scientists. He just wants to go home to his family. However, he has to tolerate all of it and go along with it for a while otherwise he might not make it out of the facility
The reason Jason is ignorant. is because he has his memories stolen from him by Juno(Hera) and he finds out that he is a demigod and so are his friends. He ends up at Camp Half-Blood and he goes to talk with Chiron when Juno says, ‘’ I am your patron, Jason Grace. Long ago, your father gave me your life to placate my anger. I spared you. Now you BELONG to me. Now it is time to repay your debt. Free me from my prison or their king will rise and I will be destroyed. I am the glue
The most important development in Jason’s psychosocial treatment is pshycoeducaton of his family, because the
One of the main reasons why Jason's life was complex is that he endured a rough childhood. He was the son of king Iolcus, Jason was more like his father than his mother. When he was born his uncle Pelias killed every sibling in his family. His uncle took over as king, and Jason went and lived in the woods with Centaur Chiron. Which he was raised by Centaur Chiron until adulthood.
There are also parts in the play where one may begin to have an understanding of Jason’s motives. In Jason’s first argumentative speech to Medea, he claims that money, possessions and social status is of no importance to him. He declares that his choice to marry the royal Glauce is of good intention, not merely because he is bored with Medea’s bed. Later, when Medea begs Jason to forgive her for her foolishness, he shows kindness and understanding towards her. After all that Medea said about him and his new wife-to-be, Glauce, he states that he is still willing to provide Medea and their sons with anything they may need. Medea pleads for Jason to convince Creon to let their sons stay in Corinth and Jason agrees to try to convince both Creon and Glauce to allow the boys to stay. Jason is still compassionate, showing at least some loyalty to Medea and his family. At the very end of the play, after Medea has killed Glauce, Creon and their two sons, Jason admits that she has ‘destroyed’ him. Jason is completely shattered; everything has been ripped away from him. It’s also unfair when Medea refuses to let Jason bury and mourn the bodies of their sons. Some may feel it is impossible to feel no sympathy for him.
This is a network that consistently features handsome leading men with exemplary talent who typically deliver credible performances. In the case of Michael, we have all that and more. Although Michael lends his rugged features to the character Jason, he has injected so much more into this simple, broken-hearted man who attempts to move on after the love of his life has rejected him. Michael has a nonchalance about him that easily shines through every scene in which he appears. Because of his mild but proficient way of portraying this character, the viewers never question his veracity. There is no doubt whatsoever that Jason is wildly in love with Lindsay, and he is doing everything he can to secure their fairy tale ending. It is difficult for the audience to imagine that any woman would forsake a guy like Jason, and we have the capable Michael to praise for what we see in this amiable gentleman who never appears artificial nor overdone. Michael guarantees that his character never misplaces the ingenuousness that makes his character so doggone
To many readers it will seem to many that Jason really went through some very difficult tasks just to get the what he was traveling to do. We see that not only does he show proof that he and his crew could handle anything. Jason is considered to be a very ordinary man who shows a huge strength and heroism. He also does have his flaws and weakness for women. He also isn’t truly considered to be the leader of this big adventure and takes a smaller role until he reaches
In considering his waves of anxiety and depression, it seems as though Jason is experiencing deep shame about his gender and sexual identity. The shame he feels regarding these two aspects of identity, however, are not one in the same. During a crucial stage of development from 3 to 6 years of age, Jason recalls being extremely close to his mother. As a stay at home parent, Jason spent many days with his mother, baking, watching T.V. and playing board games. Because his father was rather distant from Jason and his mother, except on distinct occasions, an oedipal conflict formed. Jason’s father felt as though his rights and privileges to the boy’s mother were being threatened when considering the close relationship between the mother and son. Furthermore, Jason’s father was rather physically and emotionally distant because of his work schedule. This lack of connection prevented the oedipal conflict from being resolved as a boy must bond with his father in order to do so. As a result, Jason may have turned the desire for his mother and feminine energy inward, resulting in confusion over his gender later in life.
Jason Compson uses Caddy’s vulnerability to his advantage to fulfill his need for revenge because she was able to leave Mississippi when he couldn’t. Caddy appears at Jason’s workplace without warning, and he gets angry at her for doing so. Caddy tries to make an agreement to see her daughter, Miss Quentin:: “Just so I see her a minute. I won’t beg or do anything. I’ll go right on away” (Faulkner 204). Jason then tells her right after, “Give me the money” (Faulkner 204). Surely, Jason must have money to support the family, but he harrasses and blackmails Caddy before he lets her “see” Quentin. His behavior throughout the whole ordeal is completely unnecessary. Jason only allows Caddy to see Miss Quentin for a minute which wasn’t enough time
In the story we meet the two characters Eugene Kessler and Jason. Through a characterisation of them both you can see similarities and differences between them. Jason is described as a serious and responsible man, who never breaks any rules. He goes to the university Harvard with Eugene, and he strives to be as good as possible. He has dedicated a lot of time to his science project, which includes 20 hamsters having