Family Background Essay

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Family Background: I was born on January 11, 1999 in Miami, Florida. I spent most of my early childhood with my grandparents while my parents worked. My grandfather would wake up in the morning to make sure my brother and I went to school safe and by the time we finished there was always a homemade meal waiting for us, it was something I looked forward to. In spite of us having had a language barrier and them no longer being around the influence they instilled on me is tremendous. From them I learned to have the strength to deal with other challenging obstacles life had to offer.

Since my brother has been around throughout most of my life as well, it would be tough to believe that he played no part in impacting its direction. He
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I was one of the summer camp counselors for a group of six to seven year old boys and it posed a serious challenge. I had to collaborate with several peers to ensure that everything would run as smooth as possible when it came to organizing some of the activities, getting their meals, and making sure everyone was behaving. I almost felt like I was a mother and that was not what I originally signed up for. However, in the end it was worth it. I got to engage in things I had never done before like building a train track out of plastic toy pieces. The experience as a whole enabled me see how much I enjoy working through things that initially present a…show more content…
It was through a vicarious source in which I learned about how things should be the other way around. In order to prevent us from falling apart and to allow us to have the strength to help others we need to be able to take care of ourselves beforehand. This is one of the reasons why my primary goal in life is to focus on improving my perception of myself. I want to not have as many doubts anymore, or to criticize myself for things that are out of my control. It may seem like a minimal task, but it really does have an influence on other components in our life. For instance, it can get in the way of whether or not we achieve our goals, which leads to another one of
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