Although shy, I loved my friends and siblings and thought the best in every situation. It wasn’t until I grew older and received the guidance and outside perspective of my adopted mom that I realized how awful my home life was. I’ve since begun analyzing my behaviors and emotions that ran through my mind as a child to realize how to overcome the abuse I’d endured. The six books I’ve chosen as mirrors identify the emotions and behaviors I see myself having at a young age of nine or ten years old. Though I might not have realized why I was the way I was back then, I know now that I have developed into the woman I am today because of my home life and experiences as a child.
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. Having two other siblings helped me prevent the want of being selfish. I do not know what I would do without my family. My family is very inspiring because they show me all aspects on how I should live my life through their experiences like education, parenting, and work ethic. My family’s past experiences also teach me how to live my life the best way possible.
I love being around animals, and I have always dreamt of the day where I have the to pursue my long-term goal as a professional career. Spending the day with animals knowing that my abilities will help others such as, families, who have pets, is something that has always intrigued me. I have always been interested in the medical field too, also illustrating my passion and dream of becoming a veterinarian. Once achieving my degree from Colorado State University, I plan to open my own veterinary medicine practice. This field of study is increasing and flourishing into a affluent profession, one that I know I can contribute my absolute best towards.
When you are young you do things that you are not are not proud of. Growing up my parents always try to show me the right way to do things. While growing I have noticed that my parents made me who I am. My family shaped me into the young man I am today. The things I have learned to such as morals and values are from my family.
Along with many friends that helped me get through rough times to make me the person I am today. My family for sure, plays the biggest part in shaping of who I am today. Growing up wasn’t always smooth sailing, I often was influenced by many negative people that tried and guide me in the wrong direction;however, my family members were the ones that never seized to stop improving me. During the peak of my junior year when all the algebra, physics, history, and english classes were piling up in enormous numbers and were causing me to stress and
I want to be able to work with people and be able to help them because doing so, makes me feel good and accomplished to feel like I am making a difference in somebody’s life. It is why I donate blood. I have always loved science and I think I would really enjoy doing something that relates to it and uses it everyday. It is not just science, but the human body that really interests me. My hope is that getting a job in the medical field before graduate school will give me more first hand experience with the science of the human body.
Even though we lived in the same neighborhood we still had different things. One thing I noticed as I was little was my friends had those expensive baby dolls and I did not. Another thing I noticed was my others friends who did not have a lot of the things I did in result they stole things from my house. My socioeconomic identity is still blurry and I’m not too sure where I stand on the scale but I know I don’t make much and neither does my family. From watching the video in class though it came to my understanding that my family are part of the working class.
This specialist had impacted my life in such a way that no one else could at that time--she made me happy again. She allowed me to live without pain from constantly contracting various muscle groups. She allowed me to grow and develop as many of my peers appeared to do so. Without doctors like her, my life could have been much, much worse. So to me, the answer to why I would want to become a doctor is very clear--if one person could impact my life in such a positive way, possibly changing the course of my entire life, than I could only imagine how many potential children like myself who just want to live normal, healthy lives will feel if I were the one to provide them with such change.
It was quite difficult to see my mother work full-time, attend school full-time and take care of me, but she always managed to make things happen. Although I would have loved to be raised by two parents, being raised by a single mother has shaped me into a
Throughout my life, I have encountered many obstacles that contribute to who I am today. Luckily I have had the strength within me to overcome all of them. When I was seven years old, my parents filed for a divorce. My father moved to sacramento and my mother stayed in Redwood City with my Sister and I. I didn 't understand why. I didn 't understand how, but I could not find the courage to ask my mother about either.