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In the Jane case, the young girl was being abused by her father. Because no care was taken in explaining why she was being punished so she began to associate her fear of abuse with love. As this connection grew, so did her acceptance of the situation. He made her feel wrong about every decision she made. She began to over think every situation to try and please the man. Her aunt popped in and out of the picture with positivity and encouragement. As she began to mature and see the situation through her aunt’s 3rd person perspective, she started to question her father’s actions. She gets married to an abusive man, and accepts it.
• 1b.
Jane started accepting her father’s questionable ways because of the association of the two most powerful emotions expressible; fear and love. He constantly made her feel wrong for her every action. In an attempt to make up for her “faults,” she tried harder and harder to please him. As she got older she adapted her father’s ways, the young woman began to use them against her father in order to get what she wanted. She ends up marrying a man who has similar characteristics of her father because that is what she has grown accustomed to. She is comfortable with this treatment. This new connection made her realize she could manipulate the husband the same way she could her father. This situation in turn enabled her behavior.
• 1c.
Because the woman, Jane, didn’t ever get a chance for this behavior to break, she continued the ways she learned. In turn this gives her reason to continue, because she doesn’t believe it’s wrong. This psychological dependency has become so common, her reactions that she had in certain situations were all subconsciously driven. Had she met a decent guy who showed her how to properly express love, perhaps this cycle would have broken.
• 1d.
By changing the way each situation is handled, over time it could…...

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