My Socioeconomic: Socioeconomic Status
Growing up without a mother for support, my father had to provide for me and my sisters. He usually worked third shift, while my sisters and I stayed at our babysitters. We grew up poor but able to life. We live in the same trailer that we lived in when my oldest sister was born, which means the trailer is about 22 years a lot if not longer. My dad made sure my sisters and I had everything we needed in life and made sure we were involved in some form of sport.
Influences from adolescence
When I was about 8 years old, my father eventually remarried and this became a very hard time for me over the years. My dad was all I had and felt as if she just came right into my life and took him away from me. What made matters even worse is that my step-mom hated me, she mainly hated my mother and since I risible my mother a lot, she decided to take her anger for my mother out on me. Since my step-mom took my father away and made my life a living nightmare, I began going through stages of …show more content…
Lagorio, my neighbor, Melissa, and my two older sisters, Kalei and Tiffany. Ms. Lagorio was my middle school English teacher and all throughout middle school and high school, I was here teachers aid. I learned so much about myself when I had conversations with her. She always made me felt good about my grades. Melissa, my neighbor, was someone I could always come talk too. She was the closes thing I ever got to a mother figure. She was always there when I needed someone to talk to or a place where I could run to when my life was getting to hard to life in. My two older sisters, Kalei and Tiffany, were always there for me when I needed help. My sisters are also the type of people that will always be honest with me, even though sometimes, I may not want to hear it. All four of these incredible women have had an impact on my life and has shaped me into the person I am