She is an amazing woman who grew up helping to care for her fifteen brothers and sisters. She then went on to have eleven children of her own. I honestly have no idea how she raised eleven children, but she did and I have never heard one story of her losing her patience. Growing up, she taught me how to be a kind, patient, and loving person. She and I are extremely close and she encourages me to be the best person I can be.
Like most mothers, my mom goes through a lot in one day, especially with three kids. Sometimes, I do not know how she pulls it off. I think my mom got most of the strength she has today from what she went through as a teenager. When my mom was 17 years old, her father passed away from an open heart surgery. Having someone close to you, especially your father or mother, pass away is very devastating.
My family is very inspiring to me. I am very thankful that my parents brought me into this world. Growing up my parents always showed me how exactly things work in life. One of the hardest things that I had to accept was that I could not have everything I wanted. There were times when my parents spoiled me but I was always taught to be thankful of the things that I had and to not be so selfish.
She is like a parent in light of the fact that she has been dealing with me since I was a little child when my mom wasn't around. She is like a teacher because she taught me life lessons. More than that,she is my best friend since she understand me without saying a word. Typically, people have a sweet relationship with their mother and father. On the other hand, I am the exception.
My mother can brighten up anyone’s day simply with the beautiful smile that is always on her face. A hero should be selfless, caring, and thoughtful. My mom always puts others before herself. When I was four years old, my parents got a divorce. From the age of four until the age of fifteen it was always just my mom and I.
Thinking about the most influential person to me was hard, but then I thought of who’s always helped me in my life, and through obstacles I couldn’t go through alone. Although it took nineteen years for me to realize how influential my mother has been in my life it was an easy choice due to the fact of how amazing my mother is to everyone she meets. My mother simply is one hundred percent the most influential person in my life that has had the biggest impact on me becoming who I am today, and how I am with other people around me, and in my life. I am sure my mother is influential to not just me but my siblings, and some of my cousins. My mother is the one person on both sides of my family to be the most selfless person I know, she absolutely does the most for everyone in the family.
My mother, Tia Jones, is the strongest women, among my grandmother, I’ve ever known. She inspires me everyday to be a better me. She’s always one to lend a helping hand when someone is in need, even if she does not have it, she always makes a way. One of the many things I love about her is how kind-hearted and giving she is. You can always count on her to find joy in the littlest things.
This experience severely showed me how crucial, influential, and marvelous that my sister is to me. Though there are many negatives to the situation, there are also many positives. For example, I adapted and learned to be significantly more self- reliant and independent as I did not have a sister figure to rely on for doing all of the arduous activities at school. Another positive is that the relationship with my sister improved drastically as we did not see each other frequently and I had realized the importance of her in my life. Finally, there was the mentioned part of me obtaining her room and no more tedious errands along with the fact that I looked up to my sister as a role model to work harder and achieve magnificent things like she
That’s when I knew that something wasn’t right. My family and I got so distant, I was dishonest, depressed, anxious and sad all the time. Id pushed my family away so much that they were at a loss of what to do with me. My 4 sibling's had been put into foster care and that’s when things really started to fall apart. I dropped out of high school half way through my freshmen year, because my panic attacks were so bad that I couldn’t even make it through first period.