Jada and her mother were sitting in the restaurant enjoying lunch. However, Rebecca could sense there were some things weighing heavily on her daughter’s mind.
She inquired, “Jada? What’s going on?”
Laughing nervously, “What are you talking about, mom?”
“You seem preoccupied.”
Jada looked down at her salad for a moment. Realizing she wasn’t very hungry. She responded on a sigh, “Mom, I’m just trying to work things with Maxwell. It’s so hard.”
Rebecca nodded, “Tell me about it.”
Jada explained to her mother the details of what was going on with her and Maxwell. Rebecca took note.
“Jada, have you really thought about what leaving him would do? What would you really be accomplishing?”
Looking at her mother she states, “He would be happy!” She leans in and says, “Since losing the baby, I’ve brought nothing but heartache. I keep hurting him. On top of all of that I’m dealing with some deep rooted issues and don’t know why. This marriage was just an (air quotes) arrangement. I’m experiencing real problems and he and his girls shouldn’t have to be subjected to that. It isn’t fair!”
Rebecca reached for her daughter’s hand and calmly said, “This has been hard on you both and I understand. How about Maxwell? How does he feel about it all?”
Jada’s other hand went to her forehead and she said despondently, “He won’t allow me to walk away. I’m afraid if I try again that he may just put me under lock and key. As of right now, we’re pretty darn close.”
Rebecca sat back,
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about her son’s well-being, and seems to feel guilty that she urged him to make the trip,
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This results in further communication between the two. “Mom; it was weird, how it just came out, like I’ve always called her Renata. (pg 121)” Even as Jacinda commutes with her mother there is an element of awkwardness. The communication used was a big leap for Jacinda.
Jada was now moving rapidly onto his mouth. Her orgasm was right there upon her. She called out his name over and over. As she did that she propelled into a forceful climax. She said his name brokenly as she let go. Jada then leans forward and then falls over to the side of the
She became aware of the difficulties between the parents when her daughter called her. Ms. Saunders reported that her daughter was teaching and became pregnant and needed bed rest. There was a lot of pressure for her to go to work.
Kayla is not aware that her mother is sacrificing for the family, rather she believes that her mother is mad at her and that she has done something terribly wrong, “and it made Kayla afraid to ask what she’d
Denae’s mother, Abigail, contacted the therapist via phone seeking suggestions on how to handle a situation that occur between Denae and her friends while at school, and had resulted in Denae being threatened by them. She also stated that she and her husband were going to address the matter with the children parents, but wanted the therapist to speak with Denae’s father to help him remain calm. During the phone conversation mother continued to report of the challenges she is facing with Deane and her not adhering to her rules within the home.
“She deserved what she got for flaunting that boy around on her arm, when he should have been with my daughter!” A vein in the woman’s neck started to bulge, and Beckett knew that she had finally cracked. “For weeks Hayleigh hardly spoke! All she did was go to class and come back home just as silently as she left! I did what I had to to make my little girl
As she was stating this issue of her son, tears poured down from her eyes and distraught to furthermore talk about it any longer. It can be inferred that she was concerned about the actions of
She grieves for her beloved brother, Clifford, who was framed and imprisoned. She had a boarder
She told the story of the daughter’s aunt and the horrific story of what happened to her when she gave birth to a baby with a man besides her husband. In the end, when her mother was done telling the story, the daughter realises why the townspeople acted weird around her, saying that “ they want me to participate in her punishment. And I have” (8 Kingston). Her mother sufficed her job by scaring her daughter so she would not have children without her husband and teaching her that family respect is fragile, which was her unique way of accomplishing her