Changing Pain Analysis

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Changing Pains| Ra’Shawnda Crisler| Everest Online College| On January 3, 2003, the most beautiful thing happened to my family and me: my first niece was born. It was a happy moment there at the hospital watching my sister giving birth. My brother almost fainted as my niece was becoming a part of our world our family. My parents just stood there watching from the side. My mom, of course, was in tears. Having a new baby completed our family for the moment but I can't wait until my little brother begins having babies. I cherish the auntie moments and memories to come. The main character of this narrative includes my niece, mother, father, sister, brother and me; the event takes place in Madison, Wisconsin, at Meriter Hospital January…show more content…
Being an aunt is a great responsibility and brings much joy to my life. Takalah has taught me that life is what you make it; she has taught me patience, tolerance, and given me the ability to open my heart. This event was a very life changing experience that affected many different aspects of my life. I didn’t expect for this to alter my personality or life goals. My goals which are now set farther and I have more determination to succeed. Takalah has instilled courage in me and made me believe in myself. I don’t know what my life would be without my niece. Takalah has given me the empowerment to becoming a better person and aunt to my niece. On January 3, 2003, was the most monumental day of my life; to me a greater accomplishment than graduating any college or obtaining any degree is being the best aunt I can be to my niece. I thrive to be a better person for my niece and any other nieces or nephews to come. Although my niece is getting older being an aunt is still a great responsibility and the more she grows into a mature young adult the more I have to teach her. I know Takalah will make her own mistakes and learn her own lessons I just want to be there for all of her ups and downs; let her know that I will always be here or there or anywhere she needs
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