While some vampire stories are rich with sexual and cultural lessons, the "Twilight" series, in my opinion, can be used as a display of behaviors that put people at risk for abuse in dating relationships.The popularity of the series shows just how much attention girls are giving to the examples of lovers displayed in Edward and Bella's world.To them, Edward represents the troubled soul who is waiting to be tamed by just the right woman; it's the modern " fans may unwittingly model a relationship that is far from healthy.
Bella: A Future Victim of Relationship Violence Let's start with how Bella, the main female character, displays three characteristics common in victims of violent relationships.
The first and perhaps most obvious trait is her consistent low self-esteem.
Bella constantly reminds herself that she's uncoordinated, unsocial, and unattractive.
, a role that launched her career and thrust her squarely into the public eye.
Stewart formerly dated her co-star Robert Pattinson.
A media storm ensued, because the pair fulfilled the hopes and dreams of Bella and Edward fans everywhere. It’s not that I want to hide who I am or hide anything I’m doing in my life.
That appeared to end when a photograph surfaced in 2012, of her kissing director Rupert Sanders, who helmed the Stewart-fronted People wanted me and Rob to be together so badly that our relationship was made into a product,” Stewart said. It’s that I don’t want to become a part of a story for entertainment value.”I would never talk about any of my relationships before, but once I started dating girls it seemed like there was an opportunity to represent something really positive,” she said.
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Every couple of years, I teach a class called "Psychology in Film." When I tell people about it, they often ask, "Are there enough movies about psychology for an entire class?