Family In Planned Parenthood

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In the End, it is Always Family Regardless of how many differences we all have with our family, they’re the ones who will always be there for us. They will lift us up when we are down and they’ll straighten our path when our road becomes a little curvy. They will love us unconditionally, no matter how many times you mess up. And that’s the one really good thing about family. You can scream, rip each other’s head off, and mistreat each other, but deep down, nothing can change the love we have in our hearts. Each of the families in “Planned Parenthood” is completely different from one another. This makes me think of my own family. My mom, my dad, my brother and I, are all aliens to one another. Sometimes I wonder how we even made it 17 years without a grave being gouged. The character, Nathan Huffner, reminds me a lot of my own father. They are both very good dads who only want the best for their kid, but sometimes they get way to over controlling and attempt to dictate every decision and aspect of their child’s life. Don’t get me wrong, my dad is still my dad and I love him, but the majority of the time he just frustrates me. He doesn’t give me the chance to make some of my own decisions. It’s like I don’t have a voice. Something my dad doesn’t understand is that I’m not that little 8 year old girl who is constantly searching for his approval all the …show more content…
In the film, Julie implies that her mom made her ditch her friends so she could study for her SAT’s. An example of this in my life would be when my mom makes me rearrange my entire plans for the day because she wants me to go and work at the family business when I wasn’t scheduled. Another example would be automatically saying, “No,” as soon as I ask to leave the house. And then she complains about how I’m always by

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