Essay About Aunt Rosa

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We all have that one family member that’s makes a negative impact into our own life, well that’s my aunt Rosa, I would like to express couple scenarios in a form how she has shown me since a kid her ugly personality. She has a strong aggressive character by this I mean she doesn’t take no for an answer neither commands from anyone. The main reason I say she has an aggressive personality is because she has changed my perspective of pursuing my college career path in New York City as I always dream of. Also, another scenario a while back when I was four years old, I remember I went to visit her in New York for Christmas, which is where she lives and the rest of my family and a huge accident happened that impacted my life still till today. …show more content…
Now I will explain how the story went, my older cousin Johnnie, had came down from New York City for my high school graduation. My cousin Johnnie had offer me to stay with him at his house while I attend to college up there at CUNY College. I was flatter and extremely happy but yet, when my aunt receive the news she discriminated my decision toward me moving up north with my cousin by making up lies and brainwashing my mother into not letting me stay with my cousin. After she told everyone that going to new York to study was a bad idea, she personally called me and gave me her option on how I wouldn’t make it living on my own and how expensive things are, that living with my cousin was the worst choice I could ever make because supposedly his wife didn’t want me to stay with them and wouldn’t be able to financially maintain me while I live those couple years of college. Rosa is person that when she has an idea on her mind she won’t change for nothing in the world, even if she wrong she won’t admit she will only bring an aggressive defensive character towards others. However, because of her strong aggressive personality she was able to persuade my whole family including myself not to attend to CUNY College in New York, which is then where all my hopes and …show more content…
The day before Christmas I had asked her if I can open my presents she strongly told me no over and over again and to my surprise she spanked me in my face out of nowhere. The rest of my baby cousin and siblings had laughed and made fun of me, while she yelled at them right after. I ran to tell my mom weeping, but she came right after me to tell her first. She told my mom that I had no right in asking to open the present before Christmas day and that she should teach me the tradition way to open the presents on Christmas day. My mom sadly was explaining to her that she has taught me that but that I’m the youngest child and kids tend to get a little over excited when it comes to opening presents. My aunt was in all offense disagreeing with an ugly attitude opposing into what my mom stated. She continued arguing and ruined the whole Christmas Eve and day because of her aggressive character not many could have got alone with her, as much as we try.
As for my Aunt Rosa aggressive personality you can see that these two events that I had in the past with her, wasn’t easy because of the way she is. Having a strong behavior can affect others without even knowing. Sometimes we should take control

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