She was there for me when nobody else was. She still managed to put food on our plate and a roof over our head as a single mother with 3 kids. For that, I am grateful. For that, I wouldn’t be the person I am today if it wasn’t for the struggle, but still try to push forward to provide for
Mothers are caring, loving, thoughtful, borchering ,and always protected from malicious people and things. These adjectives describe not only the general mother archetype, but make them significant and important. The mother archetype is one of the most important archetypes. The mother archetype stands for all mothers, and their role in playing their mothering parts. This is not only special to that archetype, but explains why it is one.
My life became better when I moved in with my grandparents. But my decision still scares me to the point of crying, because I still love my mom. Even though we talk maybe, once or twice a year, words can never describe how much I love and miss her. And what I did hurt not only her, but also me. But even if I had the chance to change it, I wouldn’t.
Everyone would look at me because I was in a wheelchair, and I hated that they looked and treated me differently because of that. Breaking my leg was a valuable lesson to me because it taught me how to cope, recover, adapt to new changes, deal with disabilities, and work hard. It also taught me that there are always going to be challenges that you have to deal with, and you can either let them bring you down, or focus on the things to come. As much as it sucked having to be in the hospital, and having a body cast and wheelchair, I am forever grateful that it happened to me because I have learned so much from that experience. Although I was dependent on people to help me, this experience made me into a stronger person.
One man offered to help me open the wheelchair when I got out of the car, while I was still standing. I could clearly walk and stand, but he believed that I needed assistance. I had not even been struggling with it for long, maybe a few seconds of trying to push the chair down. Many people are overly sympathetic to those with disabilities, even though that is just a part of their
First of all, both of us like and love our mother a lot. Both of us sometimes try to follow her footsteps and go through the way our moms went. Both of our mothers are joyful and their characteristics reflected us. We are both joyful. They are hardworking and both of us are delightful about that.
Grandmother: Yes, honey they are for you. I just wanted to give them to you before the meeting and let you know how very proud I am of you and wish your father could have lived to see this day. He died while you were still living. Terry: (Getting emotional with teary eyes) Yes, mom I miss daddy too. Grandmother: Terry, I have watched you blossom from the person you use to be to the beautiful woman you are today.
My mum is an only child, so I often ask her what it was like growing up. I imagine she had all the attention she wanted and how peaceful and calm her life was. I so wish for a life of bliss and amicable. However, I could not envision my life without my family. I adore the feeling of that homely welcoming and the warmth of a huge family.
Mom rocks way more than you do. I believe I’ve written quite a few essays over the years illustrating this very point. 16. You can’t imagine who you would be without your mom… Your mom built such a strong foundation for you. It’s difficult to separate who you are as a person from who she helped you become as a person.
Her generosity has shown me how great of a person she is and has made me strive to become a better person. Lastly, my mom’s confidence has definitely played a role in who I am today. Due to the confidence my mom has in herself, and the ability to love herself for who she is, has taught me to do the same and even love others more. My mom is my hero and forever will