Reasons To Stay In My Grandparents House Essay

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Register to read the introduction… Sometimes at night, I heard all their shouts, all their screams, all the bad words came from their mouth and all the noises from stamping and punching, and through hitting the walls. Sometimes in the morning, I heard some sounds of plates, cups, mugs, and even chairs having broken. I’m so sick and tired of their quarrel. They never stopped fighting and they always had sermons in each side. That’s the first reason why I decided to ran away and live with my grandparents, to rest my ears and eyes from my parent’s arguments.
Another reason is because I felt pity
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My personality changed. I became quiet, I’m not talking to anyone and I always think deep. Then I got lower grades compared from my previous ones. I became less active in participation and in assignments. I couldn’t focus because I remembered all the quarrels my parents had. The second one is I became too emotional. Sometimes, I woke up in the middle of the night crying. At some point, I cried with no reason. Also, when I was playing outside with my cousins, they teased me with such small things. Then after that, I didn’t want to join them anymore. I walked away from them and went to the corner of the house crying and pity myself, which is very different from I was before.
On the other hand, there’s a good effect had happened, and that was the time they realized that they’re acting immature and have to be a good parent for their children. They stopped fighting, they stopped arguing, and they stopped quarreling. They showed to their children how sorry they were by their actions. They also explain why they were fighting, but they promised that it won’t happen again. They work things out, they forgive and forget what happened before and started a new life with the

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