The Happiest Day Of My Life Essay

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The happiest day of my life was the 5th of December 2008 when my younger brother was born. When I was a kid my biggest dream was to have a sibling but my parents was not ready for the next child. So when Adam was born I was the happiest person in the world. It was impossible to separate me from him since my mother said she is pregnant. I was the one who was always ready to help. My mom’s pregnancy was a kind of unique process that was amazing for my whole family. I will always remember my first visit in the hospital and the meeting with this little miracle. Unfortunately he had to spend some time in the obstetric department because his life was endangered. I was a daily visitor in the hospital in these days. Obstetrician showed me what I should do to take…show more content…
There were mothers in different age, with different problems but all of them waiting impatiently for their babies. I found pregnancy the most incredible process in human’s life, being a real part of it required flexibility, empathy, perseverance and much more. By my entire life I learnt flexibility, as every person I had to handle with different people and problems. Often I need to make a deal with someone who does not care about the case as much as I do. But life is not about giving up. If it is possible I will do everything to help others. My exam on flexibility was at high school when I decided to join International Baccalaureate Diploma Program (IBPD). During three years I worked with many people from all around the world some of them had another culture and manners which I had to accept and respect. Moreover, thanks to IBDP I could take a part in some volunteering works. After my experiences with my mother’s pregnancy I decided to work in the house of a single mother. I met a lot of women who needed some help, advice or a friend. It was challenging for me because at times I did not know what to say or

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