I visit them on holidays… I still call them mom and dad. They’re always there to support me.” Nai advises potential and current foster parents to encourage teens in their care to be the best that they can be and to do things that will affect their lives positively. “Every kid is different, so try to support them in what they want to do. [My foster parents] really tried to help me out as much as they could. I’m really thankful that I got placed in foster care as I might have otherwise been in a much worse situation with my education and in terms of becoming a successful
He was able to help bring my mother back to her children. In the beginning it was rocky getting to trust him, but eventually I began to trust them both. Today, I have back my nurturing, loving, and God fearing mother. In conclusion, a memory of heartache and tragedy no longer has a hold on my life. Witnessing my mother going through her struggles and overcome her addiction crack to gain her life and family back has helped me to see there is a future.
A Journey Amongst Friends I was fortunate enough to go to nursing school with my best friend Harley. We had gone to school since Elementary school. I knew that if we did it together that I would make it to graduation. I was right we did make it to graduation. We had some difficulties and it was a very stressful time in our lives, but we made it.
It was her mistake, so she is going to take on her responsibility, and be a great parent for her unborn child. She said, “If it was my choice i would have got pregnant after college” (Duval). Luckily, her boyfriend, her family and friends were unexpectedly supportive of this major change in Harley’s life. Everyone preached to Harley about how tough it would be with having a baby, she didn’t think anything of it. The only worry in their minds was Harley and her junior year of high school; hoping and expecting she would finish
Capitan Mark Kelly Ever since I was a young girl I have always had great dreams and high expectations for myself. Anytime I was asked, “What do you want to be when you grow up?” I would quickly reply” a lawyer” As the years went by I still had that goal in mind, but I began to realize that I was not exactly Ivy League material. Though I did work really hard in my classes, I was still at best average. During my junior year I took my SAT’s, and cried when I got my scores back. For many years I was scared to go to college because I thought I wasn’t college material.
Half the Woman By: Tori Clark She was a mother, a sister, an aunt, a hard worker, and my great-grandmother, but most of all, she was and still is the biggest influence in how I live my life. She has shaped my life in many ways; she taught me to be nice to everyone, appreciate what you have and never be selfish because you won’t always be here in this world. She also taught me to work hard in school and in the outside world, and to no matter what to never give up. She didn’t necessarily teach me how to do these things or sit down and have a talk with me about never giving up it’s just something I picked up from the long life she lived. Melvie Magdalene "Maggie" Johnson worked hard her whole life.
I love working in ob/gyn department but it doesn’t stop me from helping in primary care, the rehab facility or the pride health. I might be more sensitive to a certain population but I am there to serve and help all clients. Growing up was not easy, since I was raise by my aunt with her in laws I do understand been alone, hurt, unwanted, been verbally and physically abuse, mistreated or been jealous of. In that case having an abuse family member can have me take the case a little at hear due to what I been through in the past year .I learn how to forgive and use what I experienced to be a good cause. I see me as a family and child counselor, an advocate trying to help and prevent kids, adolescent, young adult not to carry anger, pain, hurt or more towards the person that mistreated them.
All about Me Jennifer Webb COLL 100 I026 Fall 11 American Public University Eleanor Hewitt My name is Jennifer Webb and I am going to write an essay about why I decided to go back to school. I got tired trying to found a decent job, I wanted my daughters to follow in myself steps and go to college. I learned that most jobs are looking for some kind of college degree. I have been out of school for awhile and so I was a little nervous but after getting started I feel more comfortable with going to school. I want my daughters to always know that you can never get to old to learn new things.
Her jokingly saying that motivated me to stay focus in school so that I can earn accolades and scholarships with the intention that I wouldn’t be a burden financially. God has blessed me to have a full ride to this school, but knowing that it can be taken away, I will do exceedingly what is expected of me to keep it. Ever since my first patients, it has been a natural instinct to care for people who are sick. My family has a long line of women who were nurses, including my mother, grandmothers, and great grandmother who attended Ole Miss and UMMC. Willingly, I would love to continue this legacy by attending your renowned nursing
Carla Wright My Return to School English Composition 1 Denya Cuiffo October 14, 2013 When we attend college as adults, we have expectations of what college will be or will not be. I decided to go back to school for quite a few reasons. The main factors for my returning to school includes my family and stability also plays big role in my returning to school. My reasons for going back to school is to gain communication skills, become a good role model for my children, if I decide to have any, gain independence and seek profitable employment that would be profitable for me. My father has always been my support system in my return to school.