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Transcript of Guilt (Macbeth)
Rumpelstiltskin: There's no greater pain than regret.
Baelfire: Try abandonment. "She needs to be stopped. She needs to be killed. This is our family and we are going to protect it" (Saying this about Regina's mom, Cora). Guilt and Drugs "Many teen drug abusers know that what they are doing is wrong, even though they keep doing it. Some realize the pain they’ve caused loved ones, or the financial trouble they got themselves into because of their addiction. Their actions cause some addicts to feel guilt." Guilt and Suicide "In homes where domestic violence occurs, children are physically abused and neglected at a rate 15 times higher than the national average. Several studies have shown that in 60% to 75% of families in which a woman is battered, children are also battered." Guilt and Domestic Abuse "When a teen commits suicide, the family members of the victim aren’t the only ones who are grappling for answers. Many teens who commit suicide leave behind friends and classmates who struggle to make sense of the loss." "You don't have to be hostile. I know you like me, I can tell. You're just... pushing me away because I make you feel guilty. It's OK. I know why you gave me away. You wanted to give me my best chance" Henry Mills(Emma's Son). "Yes, I am. But I forgive you. Even if you can't admit what you did, I forgive you anyway. Your life must be filled with such incredible loneliness if your only joy comes from destroying everyone else's happiness. It's so sad, Mayor Mills, because despite what you think, it won't make you happy. It's only going to leave a giant hole in your heart" (Mary Margret said this to Regina). "[...] If good, why do i yield to that suggestion
Whose horrid image doth unfix my hair
And make my seated heart knock at my ribs, Against the use of nature? Present fears are less than horrible imaginings" (Macbeth, 8).