Personal Narrative: All-American Family

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My Life Story Jessica Vernazza PSY 202 Professor Shelly Kilmer September 22nd, 2008 I came from what you call a traditional hard working “All American” family. My parents migrated here from a small country in South America named Uruguay. They came to Stamford, Connecticut, in 1972 with a two year old son. Today, I am a 23 years old and happily married with a three and a half month old daughter. I am the youngest of three children and have 6 beautiful nieces and nephews. I graduated from high school in 2003 and decided to take a break before entering college. Before deciding to re-enter college, I married in 2004 to a loving, supportive, and wonderful man. One of the challenges that I…show more content…
According to Kohlberg, in order for a child to have “moral reasoning” you much have a role-taking parent or adult figure for them. Since these theories go hand in hand you cannot have one without the other. Because of that I want to be the best role model for my daughter and future children of mine. My ultimate goal is to become a teacher and receive my bachelor’s degree. The kind of example that I am setting for my family is beyond great and can help to encourage my husband to go to school and do the same ( which he has!). I feel this will also show my family that it is never too late and you can always teach an old dog new tricks. One thing I want to show my family that without dreaming you cannot plan for the future and to always believe in themselves, and that the “Sky is the
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