and her siblings foght a lot while in Welch. In your answer, include how self-concept affects the way that they communicate. Lori Walls, Brian Walls, and Maureen Walls are Jeannettes siblings with whom she is very close with and together make their dream of escaping their dysfunctional lifestyle a reality. Thus, his dream became a lost dream.
Her simple language shows her experience in the lying and leaves only the chastity of her experience. In The Glass Castle by Jeannette Walls, not every child needs loving and supportive parents. In The Glass Castle, by Jeannette Walls, the characters Brian, Lori, and Jeannette show that while growing they would rather have security over freedom because they repeatedly find themselves in a state of danger due to their parents lack of security. They beat me pretty bad, pulling my hair and tearing my clothes and calling me a teachers pet and a matchstick." (44-45). Although they lived the way they did the walls family had much potential and were very well educated in their own ways. The most important social issues disputed on a daily basis are the kind of parents we want to be and what we want to teach our children for their future.