However, after I fathered my first born I knew I had to do something different for him. I wanted him to have a better chance at life than I did. The choices I make should never affect my young in a negative way. And being a part of a family who are well accomplished I knew I had to stop making excuses and join the happy club of successful people. That is when I began to search for schools that I could be myself in and enjoy furthering my education.
Without going through the process, not only would I not know how to start my own business, but I would also not have been able to meet the person I ended up marrying to, not have been able to rekindle relationships with family and friends, and not understand the feeling of immense gratitude and sense of achievement I do now with building new products I care about from scratch and watching them benefit other people’s lives. This appreciation of processes and journeys is fundamental to why I now truly urge anyone to also go after their dreams. And while pursuing dreams, value the processes and enjoy the moment as they come. It is through this, that life can start feeling like
Although it was tough to adjust to this new environment, my mother worked hard to get a job and work for my family. She showed me that as long as you are not afraid you are able to do it. I believe Syracuse University can help me in becoming someone as courageous and brave as my mother by providing me with opportunities and programs that are outside of my comfort zone. Even the fact that Syracuse
If the parents are the head of a huge gang, they will expect their children to follow in their footsteps. And if the parent lives the life of a gang member for too long then they began to see nothing wrong with their action. Since, they grew up in the family business, they will teach the offspring’s their corrupted moral and ethical values. Since the parent Unlike us, they do not have a positive role model in their lives to guide them in the right direction. They will continue to teach the younger generation that comes after them.
My mother draws disability for a work related injury but it’s still not enough to make ends mites. Yes, I will get a college educations and succeed in my career as a Social Worker so I can make sure I don’t leave my spouse or children in a finical bind. As doing volunteer work and going back to college I could recognize the Millennials. I found Millennials is pushy, loud and very demanding of their wants. I feel the Millennials thinks they should be running companies just because they are more technology smarter they the generations behind
They believe that what they decide is right but it really is not these poor kids have gone through so much and have dealt with personal issues and they think sending them with a specialist for a few months works? In reality these teens need a lifetime of help, they need someone to be there as their backbone for the rest of their lives if their parents and family isn’t there because the streets aren’t the best for them. A temporary therapist will not help because they try too hard to change you or push you to point where you’re upset or rebel. It won’t be effective because either it’s rushed or the teens rebel against the help. They’re in denial and want no help from anyone that relates to the justice system.
I do not want to be constantly facing financial issues, or dealing with the task of figuring out how to make ends meet. Now don’t get me wrong, I admire them for that, I really do, but I want to do more than what my parents could do for themselves. By putting in my full potential, I feel that I can become the sister and daughter that my parents will be proud to have. Every day, I am motivated to strive for only the best so that I can accomplish what I desire most. There is nothing in the world that can repay my parents for everything that they have done for my siblings and me, but making them proud comes close to doing
Role parent’s play in a child’s life is very prolific. After reading the article “Why My Mother Wants Me Dead” by Sabatina James. I realized that other countries have it in their culture to raise their children in the matter that they are accustom to. In my opinion, this is a phenomenal way to raise your child as long as the child is inclined, but if the child is not inclined on following their parents’ culture and traditional values a different approach should be taken in consideration. I’m not one for letting a child completely choose his or her destiny, but I would direct my child in a successful path.
whenever we arrive at an event. Her cultural stress of family and inclusion have nurtured my humanitarian-based aspirations: to raise the global standard of living and advocate for survivors of crimes against humanity. My mother broke her cultural gender barriers by following her ambitions instead of becoming a housewife. Her ambition and nonconformity have fueled my determination to pursue my dream of becoming an international justice