Six year old boy Taylor gets ready for bed, when he hears the loud voices of his parents fighting.
Taylor's dad storms in to the room looking angry and approaches Taylor.
Taylor arrives at school late (Eckenrode, Rowe, Laird and Braithwaite, 1995)and watches the other kids playing in a group get on the bus. Taylor prefers to remain out of sight from the other kids because he is too embarrassed about the bruises on his arms and face (Bentovim, 1997).
An older Taylor aged in his 20s sits alone in the park looking sad and lonely (Norman et al., 2012) next to a homeless cat. Taylor smells of smoke and chemicals (Dube et al., 2003) as the neighbourhood watches on.
An angry shopkeeper and detective approach a dejected, sad yet angry looking Taylor, now aged in his 40s ,with arms folded attempting to prove his innocence in front of a cornershop after being accused of theft (Conaway and Hansen, 1989).
An elderly Taylor has an aggressive argument with a police officer in front of a local bar after having his drink supply cut off (Cohen and Densen-Gerber, 1982) and being asked to move on by locals and the pub owner.