Greek Mythology Myth : Pathosia

Greek Mythology Myth : Pathosia
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  • Exposition
  • Conflict
  • Rising Action
  • Aphrodite, one of the well known Greek Goddesses, came across Pathosia, who wanted nothing but to help her get her life together. Aphrodite, in another messy situation with Poseidon, things didn't turn out to great for her.
  • Climax
  • Aphrodite was very stubborn. She wanted nothing to do with anyone who tried to fix her own "issues" if she had nit been the one to catch them. The only time she every felt the need to fix something about herself was when her hair was a tad bit frizzy. Other than that, everything else was perfect to her.
  • Falling Action
  • Aphrodite opened the door as if she was obstructed of something the most important.  She questioned Pathosia why she was their at such an important time. Pathosia saw Poseidon standing in the room behind her and new it was good of her to come try to help her. Aphrodite became irritated and slammed the door in the face of Pathosia. Pathosia walked away unsuccessful.
  • Resolution
  • Pathosia was frustrated. She decided to head back to the house of Aphrodite to try at one more attempt to get her point accross. Aphrodite continued to be stubborn and demanded Pathosia take her useless speech elsewhere. Pathosia grabbed Aphrodite's arm and groped it. She apologized that she had to learn the hard way.
  • Aphrpdite was very confused. As Pathosia walked away Aphrodite's skin began to glow. Everyone knew that making interactions with Aphrodite was not good for them. They really just saw her as someone strange. Whenever she tried to speak to someone and explain, they often questioned her or just walked away.
  • As time went on, Pathosia passed. Her view upon emotion and personality perception was passed down over the years, even for educational purposes. This was the story of Pathosia, and how humans obtained emotions, and personality perception.
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