The Death Of My Father Essay

759 Words Apr 21st, 2016 4 Pages
Everyone has a past that tells their own stories. Whether they are good or bad, people still wish they could change one thing to make their personal histories better. For me, losing my father at a young age caused my past of growing up as a child extremely difficult. Although, the actions of my past guided me to a delightful and an appreciative life I have now. Yet, I still wonder what my life would be like if I could go back and change one thing. The one thing I would change would be the death of my father. I wish there was a way I could rejuvenate my father; therefore, I wouldn’t have experienced such a dreadful childhood. Life would have been better; without the abuse, feeling like I was given a broken family, and also being able to cherish grateful moments with my biological father again. The first marvelous benefit of rejuvenating my father would be never having to experience such countless abuse from an ex-stepdad. If my father was still here today, my mother and I would have never been neglected. In fact, my father would have adored us and make sure we were happy consistently. He would never hit my mother for taking the car to work nor come yelling at me because I tried something new. I would have been able to have a wonderful childhood a child should have instead of having to mature to protect my mother. Also, my biological father would have supported me on doing anything. He wanted me to set my mind daily and achieve in any possible way I could even if it would…

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