Eulogy For Family

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“Family is the most important thing in the world (Princess Diana)”. I grew up with the concept that family was everything. Friends come and go, but family will always be there. I grew up in an environment that was very close knitted and no matter what happened, I always knew my family was going to be there. During sporting events or school awards, I always had someone there for me. I’m truly fortunate to have two parents who supported me, loved me, and made sure I had everything I needed to succeed. My parents have made me the person I am today and I thank God every day for giving me them. My mother is my rock, best friend, and means the world to me. She is warm and responsive, but was good at knowing when to be supportive and when to let me operate on my own. My relationship with her was always comfortable and I’m so lucky to have her. She is the one person in the world that I know will always be there for me no matter what. I have such a wonderful relationship with her and I’m …show more content…
Mary Ainsworth believed that sensitive, responsive, calm parenting is correlated with the secure attachment style. I can’t agree more and I was fortunate to have parents who were like that. Not many people are able to experience that feeling and I definitely don’t take it for granted. I wouldn’t change anything that my parents taught me and drilled in me. “What is learned in the cradle, lasts to the grave (French proverbs).” I was able to experience a steady relationship between two people and that will help me in my future relationships. Being so close to my family, I’m able to feel comfortable being close to people. My parents taught me to be secure in not only my relationships, but in life as well. I wouldn’t try to improve or change anything in my relationships. I feel comfortable and feel just right with the way things are going. I’m so fortunate to have such a great relationship and

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