I learned organization skills from my mother. My Mother has always told me that this skill is important to have. I actually have to have everything organized. I use a planner, so I can plan every day of the week. It just makes it easier for me.
My mother was an over-achiever and saw education as a way of showing that she was better than most. She liked going to school to learn so she could be ahead of people and once she knew the material, she could go back and help her peers. My mom serviced her community just like one of the core values of the University of La Verne. My grandmother was the person that encouraged my mom because she was the one that organized it all. My grandmother was the person that would make her lunch and washed her uniform.
As a conclusion, my mother is my blessed gift in my life. There are many people who have inspired me in many ways but, my mother who inspired me the most. I admire her very much because she teaches me what I should do and what I should not. I am so proud to have her as my mother and also appreciate for what she did for me. (454
She talks about the books she has hidden under her bed; she reminds her siblings to do their homework and takes great pleasure in reciting new words to her sister and teacher. Mom is often talking or playing or feeding one of the other kids so Mary has taken her time alone to further educate herself. In many single parents homes children see the almost unbearable struggle that their parent has to bear and this would serve as encouragement to the child, to excel in his or her studies to secure a better future for them. A better education will lead to a better job and a more secure
Some are earlier than others and some must be later. In the short story, "The Most Powerful Question a Parent Can Ask..." by 'Neil Millar' shows the most respectful approach of parents to their children because when they talk to their children, they make them understand in a calm voice and not be all tensed which will just confuse the child. Also they make their children understand by not forcing them to do chores, but telling them how responsibility will grow on you later in life, and eventually you will have to learn it at some point of life. They explain to their kids much more in a depth concept which makes their kids want to learn so they will be well prepared for the future. "Parents are guides and leaders to their children, not a nanny."
Her change in attitude was largely due to her placement in a healthy foster family environment. Nai lived in two foster homes until her final placement with a supportive and loving foster family. At first, it was really difficult for her foster family as they were not sure how to emotionally connect with the quiet and reserved teen. Nai explains that it was just very difficult for them to understand what she was going through. But, her foster parents supported her as much as they could, and encouraged her to become involved in school academics and sports to keep her active and busy.
However, when I started school I integrated well with the other students and found that many were interested in my Hatian culture. I learned to be a stronger, self confident, and self reliable woman through my experiences during my first school year in America. By the eleventh grade I already had a job and could buy some of the girly things I liked and still go to school. I would not be able to do that if I lived in Haiti and so I appreciate it. In order to be able to
My mother would talk with me and explained to me to set myself goals, or morals and to respect others even if they don’t respect me and if I dwell upon what people say about me I’m no better. I like Nurture because I was taught to give as I may receive many blessings later on in life. Nurture is what I give to my children every day in my classroom setting. Everyone needs a little or a lot of nurturing its promising and it gives us nourishment for the mind, body and
This ring in Bronfrenbrenner’s ecological systems for me represents my family life. While living at my mother’s house she taught me the things I needed to know in order to be able to move out on my own and be a responsible adult. She also taught me the essentials I needed to become a mother and raise a family. From my mother I learned how to manage a house hold, prepare meals, and care for another person. The exosystem ring of Bronefenbrenner’s ecological systems influenced my life due to the major changes in the economy around me.
For many years, children growing up in a single parent family have been viewed as different. Being raised by only one parent seems impossible to many yet over the decades it has become more prevalent. In today’s society many children have grown up to become emotionally stable and successful whether they had one or two parents to show them the rocky path that life bestows upon all human beings. The problem lies in the difference of children raised by single parents versus children raised by both a mother and a father. Does a child need both parents?