I never thought my parents would get in a divorce. In fact, when I was younger I did not think parents ever got divorced. I was very upset and I felt like the whole thing was my fault. When I started fifth grade, I used to get dismal about the divorce and it started to affect my behavior at home and at times, it would even affect my attitude at school. My mom informed the school counselor and arranged for me to meet with the counselor weekly to express how I was feeling.
There were many fights over clothes, the television, computer, and phones, back when we only had one land line in a house full of seven kids. Secrets were never kept, and to be completely honest, my sisters were, for lack of better words, the enemy. It wasn’t until after high school that my sisters and I actually became friends. There is a saying about sisters that goes, “because I have a sister, I will always have a friend.” For me, this rings very true to my heart and four times over. My family, but especially my sisters stood by me on my wedding day and were there for me when my children were born.
I understand the issues that my family has and decide to be more loving, accepting, and forgiving to everyone, but mostly to my own children. Even though these issues continuously tear my family apart, deep down I know they care for one another. With my son, I will teach him the importance of family. Despite mistakes and flaws, family reigns before
My older brother and I have a strong relationship as we talk about sports, we play videogames together, play sports together, and in general just hang out together. But my little brother and I have not to much of the same relationship. My little brother and I are an actual switch up of me. I like to go outside and run around, he likes to stay inside and lounge, I like to play sports, he likes to sing which causing lots of tension between us but we get along it's normally over one of little “Wrestling Matches” which are always cut short by my
Such as our first date to the zoo, when we first moved in together, when we first met, and when I first met his family. Oh, his family took me in and loved me as one of their own. I never really had a family with mine so the feeling was amazing. I will always love his family as if they were my own and will forever hold them in my heart dearly. I wish I could still talk to them.
Today my brother is still someone who inspires my future and gives me advice for the hard times. Although he is starting his own life now and we don’t talk as much I know any time I need him he will answer me. Through everything my brother and I have been through he has been the most significant person in my life. Inspiring me to do the things I now love to do and motivating me to push harder in my sports. Even as simple as what I wore was like him, he inspired most of my life and I wouldn’t want it any other way my brother is a great
There is a few friendship of mine just end without any warning. For example, we are best friends for 5 years, after graduation from high school, we choose different course to further studies and most of time we can hardly meet one another and we just lost contact. At that moment, I do not understand why I just lost my friends like this and I doubted myself a lot. However, now I found my answer after taking up this subject which helps me a lot more in understanding what actually friendship meant. I realised that besides putting effort in maintaining a good friendship, it is important that we are sincere and trust each other, understand each other, sharing common interest, giving advice or guidance and also social supports (emotional support, advice support and material support).
She was not just a sister, but also a friend whom I shared bounteous memories and exhilarating activities. With no one to mess around and converse with, I was exceedingly disinterested without her being in the house. In addition, even though I would not admit it, I missed my sister and the ten years that we had spent jointly. Back then, I would wish for her to have been a younger sister so that I could have further time to spend with her. This experience severely showed me how crucial, influential, and marvelous that my sister is to me.
Our old neighborhood was small and so my brothers and I were friends with a few of the neighbor’s kids. During the afternoons, it was no surprise to see us kids spread out playing on the streets. Whilst I made friends by going outside and meeting them personally, my sister however is making friends on social games and social networks. A lot of kids are already signed up on many different social networks such as Skype, Instagram, and Snapchat etc. she talks to me about all the different people she knows or have talked to but she hasn’t even met them in real