Analyzing The Dialogue That Show How Bryce Progressed Through Ethically Identifying His Emotions
1. Identify three quotes from the dialogue that show how Bryce progressed in ethically identifying his emotions.
Three quotes from the dialogue that I think display how Bryce progressed in ethically identify his emotions are the following.
" I don’t know. I think they might leave me. We’ve run through our savings. We’re behind on the mortgage. I’m going to lose everything. I feel bad, but I can’t do anything about it."
“ After a year of applying, interviewing, jumping through all the hoops, I finally realized nothing I did mattered. I just couldn’t take another rejection. The bottom line is, no one wants me”
“No. It’s okay. I’ve just felt too hopeless to talk to anyone”
2. Identify and explain, using concepts from the text, at least one example of an obstacle to communicating emotions in the situation.
Society holds many expectations for men and women, but I only want to discuss what western society expects from men. Men are expected to be the bread winner and to simply make money for their respected family. Bryce can not provide for his family, so he has slipped into a depression because society says that men should be the bread winner. Men in western society are supposed to be emotionally strong, but Bryce clearly has grown tired of rejection. According to society Bryce would be considered a lame, broke boy who is less than a man. Correct? I do not agree with this foolishness, but I know many that do. Gender roles for male and women are sometimes pointless and…