A Jane grew up she was always an outsider and was never loved. When her uncle died any sense of someone loving her vanished and she suffered. When Jane was finally able to leave her torture she was taken to a boarding school and when she left she said to her aunt “’I will never call you aunt again as long as I live’” (Bronte 25). Because Jane was not very loved by Ms. Reed, she was weaker and stronger during her journey. She was stronger due to the abuse she received and weaker because she would fall for any type of affection that someone would express to her. Jane was also love later on when she met her future husband Mr. Rochester. Their love was strong enough to overcome his previous wife and his hideousness after his accident. “The other eye inflamed: he lost the sight of that also. He is now helpless, indeed – blind and a cripple” (Bronte 307). Even though Jane was an abused child, she never lost her ability to love another like the way she loves Mr. Rochester. Love and no love affected Jane during her journey only to help her understand what true love and fake meant.