Family Portrait P ! Nk Analysis

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Some families stay together effortlessly, but for some it’s a daily struggle. In the song Family Portrait P!nk reached for the adolescence audience, who dealt with divorced parents first hand. P!nk portrayed heartache, pain and desperation through vivid imagery, and personal experience. During the early two thousands P!nk released this song from a broken-hearted point of view. In the two-thousands divorce was more common, rates averaged nine hundred and forty-four thousand per two hundred and thirty-three million.

The song begins with " Momma stop crying, I can't stand the sound. Your pain is painful and its tearing me down." Speaking to the fans who sympathize for their mother, inferring that their mother's heartache hurts the child
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When one thinks of home they think relaxation, family and a shield from this sin sick world. Whenever home stops feeling like home the situations grow more serious. "I ran away today, ran from the noise, ran away. Don't wanna go back to that place, but don't have no choice, no way." Studies show that more than thirty-eight percent of emotionally abused children run away daily. Imagine crying at home due to the lack of love, children's emotional health during this process hits record lows which sometimes leads to them trying …show more content…
Some change is necessary, some change leads to failure but change is always needed. Walking through homes before the split you can see all the love and time put into it. Like," In our family portrait we look pretty happy, we look pretty normal, let's go back to that" meaning they can just pretend. Just think about when you go to take family pictures, everything's fake from the smile on your face to the love portrayed through siblings. After divorce majority of children keep their once family portrait. Personally, I feel like the picture gives them hope. That maybe one day they can " work it out, [and] be a