Personal Narrative: Nature Vs. Nurture

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Childhood is the most pleasant time of our life, a time were nothing matters, a time of fun.Childhood is the most pleasant time of our life, a time where nothing matters, a time of fun.
As a child I was so happy, daring, and clever. My dad spoiled me so much. He always made sure I was dressed nicely, feed me every time I was hungry, and changed my diaper when it was soiled. I remember spending most of my time with him. His presence made me feel safe, loved, and protected, even when he was tired from work he would come in and show me affection. My grand mom also planned a big role in my life. She would buy me toys and books with care. It kept me happy when she would play with me and read me books with large pictures.As i got older I became more adventurous and daring. Me and my brothers would go to the park almost every day. We would try things like jumping off the jungle gym and a bunch of thing we weren’t really
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The development of my personality can be argued by the nature versus nurture debate. I think both nature and nurture play a role in what individuals turn out to be. Natural-born characteristics may help develop gender in a physical sense, but in a more abstract sense, nurturing "shapes" the character and gender. Nature is basically your genes. Nurture refers to your childhood, or how you were brought up. Someone could be born with genes to give them a normal height, but be malnourished in childhood, resulting in stunted growth and a failure to develop as expected ("Nature vs. Nurture.”). Nature does shape who you are (i.e. your work ethic, health, etc) , but I feel that nurture plays a bigger role in making us who we are. if we had no examples to follow by we would be behaving like animals with no sense of right or wrong. We get disciplined by our parents, influenced by our peers, and guided by our heroes and mentors. I would have too say nurture played a bigger role in my

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