Joy Luck Club 2

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Joy Luck Club Guilt is a powerful means of controlling someone else. Parents use it because itís often an easy way of controlling their children. In Amy Tanís Joy luck club, Juneís Mom knew great ways to control her daughter by using guilt. She used guilt because that was the only way she knew. Because she had such a tragic and sometimes even dramatic life, she wanted better for her daughter. Unfortunately, …

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…one, but she choice the smallest and the worst one. This clearly shows that June was a kind well, mannered girl not like all the other people at the table. Guilt is one of the worst feelings a human being might have. Making children feel constant guilt indulges them, and viscious circle is formed, with parents hating their children and children hating their parents. June clearly hated and disrespected her Mom in all ways possible.