Many people can help, but to undyingly help someone that has no hope. That is a different thing entirely. Christy Brownâ€™s mother is very loving and caring, loving and she has a tremendous amount of will power.
Her are a few ways that she shows her will power loving and caring. The first is her way of finding what she wants for her children, â€œalmost every doctor who saw and examined me labeled me very interesting, but also a hopeless case. Many told mother gently that I was mentally defective and would remain soâ€ (Brown, 338).later on it also says later â€œshe refused to accept the truth the inevitable truth â€“ as it then seemed â€“ that I was beyond cure, beyond saving, even beyond hop.â€(Brown, 339). another example of her love, caring and will power is â€œFriends and relatives had decided otherwise, they continued that I should be taken kindly, sympathetically, but not seriously.â€(Brown, 339) it also says later â€œluckily for me, mother and father held out against the lot of themâ€ (Brown, 339).My third and final example of Christy Brownâ€™s mothers persistence and drive is this â€œI drew one side of the letter half the other side and the stick of chalk broke. I was left with a stump. I wanted to fling it away and give up. Then I felt my motherâ€™s hand on my shoulder. I tried one more timeâ€¦ but- I â€“drew the letter â€œAâ€ (Brown, 342).
Many people said Christy Brown was hopeless, but his mother kept trying she has so much loving caring and will power.