As Mariah is a week out from the birth of Dominic, and only Devon and Tessa seem to appreciate the extent of her condition.

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Even her mother Sharon, a telephone anti-suicide expert and aspiring psychologist knew enough to know that she could not possibly understand. In fact, Sharon withholds the details of the criminally insane acts of “Stitch” Rayburn as not to upset her, only continuing the split among the family members where Mariah cannot turn to Adam, with whom she has no positive relations. Where is Nick during Mariah’s struggle for people to. understand the isolation that was so evil it was difficult to watch?

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Sheila Carter, by wikipedia® definition is playing the role of villain –

Villainous foil[edit]

The Wicked Witch of the West from The Wonderful Wizard of Oz is an example of a literary villain.

Villains in fiction commonly function in the dual role of adversary and foil to a story’s heroes. In their role as an adversary, the villain serves as an obstacle the hero must struggle to overcome. In their role as a foil, they exemplify characteristics that are diametrically opposed to those of the hero, creating a contrast distinguishing heroic traits from villainous ones.[citation needed]

Other have pointed out that many acts of villains have a hint of wish-fulfillment,[12] which makes some readers or viewers identify with them as characters more strongly than with the heroes. Because of this, a convincing villain must be given a characterization that provides a motive for doing wrong, as well as being a worthy adversary to the hero. As put by film critic Roger Ebert: “Each film is only as good as its villain. Since the heroes and the gimmicks tend to repeat from film to film, only a great villain can transform a good try into a triumph.”[13]