Their reason makes sense, but my sister hates that they do this. With my brothers it was different because they snuck out of the house and my mom would wake up in the morning and see them missing and then she would lock all the doors, so they couldn’t come back inside of the house. What my mom did was really drastic, but she did it for a good reason he never asked permission. The only friends I really have is 2 good friends and I barley talk to them because there’s nothing to talk about once high school is over I still have to worry about
I was taught how to be strong and independent not to have to rely on anyone because if I want something I had to work for it. Those that thought that growing up without a father puts me at a disadvantage are wrong I feel as if I am at the advantage. I love my mother more than anything and I couldn 't thank her enough for what she has done for me both in all the sacrifices she has made to better my future and always being my number one motivation to be successful. She may not know it but I strive to make her proud in everything I involve myself in. My mother has shaped me into someone to be proud of, always pushing me for my best even when I thought I couldn 't do any
I never really took school seriously, I never even dreamt of being a college student, I wasn’t motivated. That was until, I saw that my parents were struggling financially and then filed for a divorce. Every time things got hard, both my mom and dad would tell me to “Focus, take school serious so that you can be successful and help us in the future”. Those words were my call to adventure. That was my motivation, that made me graduate high school and enroll myself at College of Saint Elizabeth.
Anna’s father was so strict that Anna couldn’t even go to school in whatever the situation was. Not like Sandra who could go to school and take English classes because her father didn’t care, but in Anna’s situation, her father didn’t want to hear any advice about Anna getting an education. Two months passed and God answered Anna’s prayers. It was a miracle on how one day her father woke up and told Anna that she must be ready in two days so she may go to school, and register for classes. Anna rushed to her room and thanked God for sending such a great miracle.
Malala communicates ethos in this quote because she is giving herself credit for all the things she is doing and being the voice for many. And Malala believes that what she is saying is the truth and specifies that she doesn’t need a paper to stand up for what she believes in and no one can change her mind about what she is doing is right for the humankind of people. She also credits the younger girls and children who have an education and that she wouldn’t be standing up for what she believes in if it wasn’t for them. Malala also credits her father when she purifies that “Thank my father for not clipping my wings and letting me fly”(Yousafzai,2014). Malala thanks her father for letting her be herself and do what she believes in and letting her be an independent person who longs for the education she will continue to thank him for all that he has sacrificed for her throughout her life the father is on her side no matter what choices she decides.
Although, I’ve performed well enough to succeed at many group projects. However, like the Natives, sometimes when they feel like the world was against them, their family are suppose to be the foundation, but the parents have issues and sometimes don’t provide the needed support. Above all, their secret is to never giving up and I feel the same as I have continued to strive at Belmont to complete my AET degree. They have also learned how to accept themselves and know they will change. I’ve also learned to love my family as I am away from home and genuinely listen to them as I see the Lakotas doing the same because they always listen to their elders or grandparents.
In early January of 2017, my mom had called my school so that she could talk to me. She cried very hard when I talked to her while trying to tell me that she had gone to a different country and would come back soon. I could not figure out why she cried, it worried me, When I asked my dad, he just told me she would come back soon but would not tell me her reason for crying. When she came back, she seemed just fine and did not cry once, so I decided not to ask her about why she cried over the phone because I wanted to see her remain happy. A few weeks later my mom had come to speak to me and my sister about how our young cousin died and educated us on how we should feel really grateful we still live together and how we should take care of each other.
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.
Helen was another parent in the movie, she was a single mother raising her eldest Julie, and Gary her youngest. She displays the permissive parent styling in that she had rules but did not punish when it came to the rules being broken. For example, Julie threatened to drop out of school and when she did that Helen said she couldn’t live in her house anymore, so Julie left but Helen begged her to come back. Not only does this show the permissive parent styling, but it also shows Julie that her mom is not able to make basic rules and stick by them, so she’s able to walk all over her. Then, Gary is affected by this parent style due to the fact that Helen is trying to raise these two alone, without a male figure in his life and he doesn’t feel as though he can talk to her since he is the only male in the house, and it feels like his dad doesn 't want him since he started his new family.
Growing up, I’d always thought that death was the worst thing that could ever happen to a person, but it wasn’t until halfway through my sophomore year that I discover the truth. I had never really thought about the horror of watching someone you love wither away into a shadow of their former self; that was something that happened in books and movies, not in real life and definitely not to me. I was only 15 when my grandmother finally decided that it was time to take my mom up on her offer and come live with us. Her motivation? She knew she didn’t have much time left and wanted to spend her final moments at our house with her family.