Thursday, November 03, His situation is tragic in that the Christian handled things very poorly. At first they did alright, promoting peaceful conversion, but they did small unkind thngs such as killing he python and defacing the gods in front of the people.
Yuuma later snaps or has a Split Personality and beats him up both psychologically and with his fists, and one almost feel sorry for the guy as he cries for his mother who committed suicide.
Later as a gang comes to kill Yuuma, the guy comes along and seemingly has fallen in love with him even more. Even Yuuma's Superpowered Evil Side is squicked out by this.
In canon Bleach Orihime is taken captive by Aizen, but Ulquiorra is given the assignment to take care of her. It is a very popular view in fanon that she has Stockholm Syndrome for Ulquiorra, and in some cases, even Aizen.
At the least, she does show some compassion towards Ulquiorra as he's dying.
Amusingly, Stockholm is the capital of Sweden Considering how their relationship is shown in the comics, if Tino has Stockholm Syndrome, then Berwald in parallel has Lima Syndrome.
He might have started thinking of Finland as a mere companion for his journey, then became genuinely fond and protective of him.
Okay, they're allies for most of the series, but their first encounter was Germany taking Italy prisoner during WWI. And Italy was completely okay with it, more than usual.
Ohgi and Viletta in Code Geass. This one is a highly unusual example: Viletta is normally an ambitious, cut-throat, Japan-hating Purist, but getting shot by Shirley caused her to develop Easy Amnesia.
Ohgi found her and, not knowing who she was other than Britanniantook care of her and treated her kindly. As a result, "Chigusa" as she started calling herself fell in love with him. When Viletta regains her memory, she shoots Ohgi in the gut, saying that the idea of being an Eleven's lover makes her want to vomit.
In the second season, she's seen visibly struggling with the conflict between her old attitude and her feelings for Ohgi as an individual. They end up getting together, but not before committing a few acts which set the Broken Base fandom up in arms. In Okane Ga NaiKanou buys Ayase as a slave to work his debt off, even though he's fully aware that rape is not something you do to the one you love except in fiction.
Ayase is understandably terrified of Kanou at first and views him as the one ruining his life, but becomes touched by Kanou's small moments of kindness and even defends him to his brother "because he's kind.
If that isn't Stockholm Syndrome, then nothing is. Komari from Gokujou Drops has to endure quite a bit of sexual abuse from all the girls at her dorm.
This is especially the case with Yukio, who also adds an immense emotional element to this. Of course, this leads Komari to fall head over heels with Yukio over time.
It seems to be mutual, but since Yukio has the habit of crushing Komari's feelings over and over, it's hard to tell for sure. In Lovelessthis could describe Ritsuka's undying devotion to his psychotic, murderous elder brother Seimei.
He is then treated worse than a dog, forced to sleep on hay, regularly beaten for the slightest bit of pervertedness, and just generally treated like dirt.
This is all done by his master Louise, who he comes to love. In his defense, he does get treated better as time passes by, but still Somewhat deconstructed in the novels, though.
It's confirmed that Saito's mind was being altered, repressing his feelings of homesickness and every bad thought he could conceivably have about Louise.
When the contract fails and the sort-of brainwashing fades, Saito has a Heroic BSoD and immediately starts wishing to come back home and a crack immediately forms between him and Louise. That takes a long time to heal and it may never completely heal. Rather violent Boys' Love version: Riki from Ai no Kusabi develops this towards Iason, after witnessing the lengths the other goes to screw with laws and keep him around.
Then again, she still treats her better than her Abusive Parents. Jonah Matsuka's relationship with Keith Anyan in Toward the Terra is characterized to some extent by Stockholm Syndrome, as Keith alternates systematically between kindness and cruelty which leaves Matsuka conflicted but nevertheless loyally devoted to him.Essay Character Analysis of Okonkwo in Things Fall Apart Words 3 Pages In the novel Things Fall Apart, Okonkwo is portrayed as a respected and determined individual whose fatal flaw eventually works against him.
Death, divorce, marriage, retirement, career changes, empty-nesting, moving Whether we instigate a stressful event or feel like the victim of one, navigating the transitional waters of change is hard. Video: Okonkwo in Things Fall Apart: Character Analysis & Quotes This lesson focuses on an analysis of Okonkwo, the main character in 'Things Fall Apart' by Chinua Achebe.
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Okonkwo is a tragic hero in the classical sense: although he is a superior character, his tragic flaw—the equation of manliness with rashness, anger, and violence—brings about his own destruction. Reports of sexual assaults at the three military academies surged by more than 50 percent in the school year, and complaints of sexual harassment also spiked, according to documents reviewed by The Associated Press.