The Importance Of My Primary Family

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My primary family in household consists of my mom, dad, my older sister, her 5 year old son, myself and my 2 year old son. My mom, Lora and dad, Louis are 53 years old. They have been married for 29 years. They were high school sweethearts. We have lived in the same two story house since I was born. We live in a nice neighborhood in Neptune that is close to Tinton Falls and Ocean. I grew up in a stable environment, raised by both of my parents. When I was younger, I use to be a daddy’s girl, but as I gotten older I became closer to my mother. My dad and I have a weird relationship. We see each other every day, but it’s more of a mutual relationship. It seems like we only say “Hi. How are you”? Also when something is wrong with my car, other than that we don’t talk that much. It’s the same way with my sister. I’m aware of the reason why, though I chose not to disclose, but somethings did occur when I was younger that had an impact on our relationship today.
As for me, I am 25 years old. I was born and raised in Neptune, New Jersey. I attended schools in
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I was out of school for two weeks and I returned back to school and finished the semester. I was so proud of myself. There were so many people who doubt me and said I couldn’t do it and that it was impossible. Yet, here I am. That experience made me believe that anything is possible. That I can do anything that I set my mind to. It’s truly amazing and I am forever blessed and grateful. My family was very supportive and encouraging. They played a huge part of helping me get to where I am now. My close friends were encouraging. Most importantly, my mom is the most valuable player. She is the one who helped me take care of the baby while I was in class or at my internship. She made sure the baby was good and still does. My mom is my best friend, my rock. I couldn’t ask for a better

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