Argumentative Essay About My Mother

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She is loving, caring, and wonderful. She has always been so hard working and strong. Out of everyone in this world, I can say my mother is the biggest role model I’ll ever have. My mom definetaly had a different experience in high school than I do today which is why I chose to interview her for this assignment. Ever since she was a little girl, obstacle after obstacle was thrown at her, but that didn’t stop her; it only made her try harder and keep moving forward. According to my mom, she didn’t have anyone to look up to and say, “I want to be like them when I grow up.” Her words made me think about what it would be like to have absolutely no one to push me to do my best and make me want to be a great person. My mom didn’t have the same opportunities …show more content…
Throughout the interview, I discovered that my mom and I are identical when it comes to education. Back then, she had dreams and hopes for her future. She wanted to work in a pharmacy and be someone important in life. I am the same although, I want to be a teacher. I strongly desire to achieve the goals my mom wasn’t able to. I want to make my family proud and happy to have a daughter like me. My mom said she was most proud of her three children, and I don’t want to let her down by not taking advantage of everything they have and will continue to give me. Ever since elementary school, I’ve brought home good grades. After this interview, I would like to say that I get it from my mom. It was heartwarming to see how happy she was to tell me that her grades were always very good. In Mexico, they grade you out of 10 and she told me her GPA was around 8.6 when she graduated. Despite the fact that she was such an amazing student, she was never able to fulfill her dreams. Her grandma had different plans; she wanted my mom to study and become a secretary. That wasn’t what my mom wanted, therefore; she didn’t keep studying which also leads to her biggest regret. Many times she has told us her life would be different if she had just studied and gone with what her grandma wanted. For instance, she wouldn’t have married so young, she would have a better job, she would still be living in …show more content…
One of them being, how some of us are more fortunate than others to have the support and encouragement we need from the most important people in our life. I asked if not growing up with her mom affected her, but she replied to me with a simple “no.” Putting myself in her shoes, I would be heartbroken to not have my mother or father to share my success with. I learned that having an education has a big impact on your whole life. Having a career shapes your life and the decisions you make. As I mentioned earlier in my essay, my mom told me what would’ve been of her life if she had continued to

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