She found it better to keep the pain and suffering that she was going through to herself since no one else could understand; not even her own husband who is supposed to support her in any issue.
Due to this fact, her mental distress kept on getting worse and as time went by, she could not keep it together anymore.
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She was also not supposed to work or do anything that would affect her emotions.
Although she was not for the idea, her complains were never taken seriously by either her husband or her brother, both of whom were physicians and believed that she was okay.
In this story, it is evident that the protagonist did not get a chance to air out her feeling or emotions.
Due to this fact, she found it difficult to even communicate with her husband and tell her the problems that she was going through.
In the story we are told that, “She was beginning to recognize this thing that was approaching to possess her…
She said it over and over under her breath: free, free, free! Instead of being sad, she felt relieved and free unlike what Josephine and her sister thought.