Personal Essay: My Mother's Influence On My Life

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Out of everyone in my life I feel as if my mother is the person who influences me most. My mother is someone who is very sweet and would do anything for her kids as well as her family to make sure they are happy and smiling. As I started to grow up and started to go out and be more independent that is when I started to realize what an impact my mom has on my life. Growing up my parents were divorced and my mom was the one who basically raised me on her own. She showed me right from wrong and guided me and pushed me to do the right things in life and strive for success. As I grew up, my mom was always right by my side and accepted my dreams and wanted me to go out and pursue every dream I have. Looking back at everything my mom has taught me,…show more content…
My mother and I look like sisters. She has long dark brown hair, brown eyes, however the only difference is she is only five feet tall! I can always tell when my mom is entering the room by the clicking of her heels. My mom always wears strong beautiful perfume from Victoria 's Secret. She has a great sense of fashion and she dresses to impress no matter where she is going. My mom is more of a best friend to me than anything, to me that is a great quality to have. Because I never feel I have to hide anything from her. Whenever we are together we have nothing but fun and always smile and joke around. She is a very caring person and that is something I admire about my…show more content…
Growing up I have gone through some hard situations in life some small and others much larger. Such as, when I was five years old and my parents got a divorce for me that was a very hard situation to adjust to. Growing up and seeing all my friends with both parents; however, having my mom by my side, to make me happy and smile everyday was what got me through it. And even with smaller situation such as, high school break ups and long nights of crying over a guy you thought you loved when you were so young. As well as just having hard times at school and drama with friends. Whether it was small or big she always knew the right thing to say to make me
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