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  • My Family

    child, having rules to follow wasn’t unheard of with my family. There was always a way to behavior with friends/family, at school, at home and out in the street. Often I found myself getting into trouble because I didn 't listen and also the fact that I always found some kind of way to slipping out of having to doing something that I knew I was supposed to do. But out of all the people in my family my mom was the strictest. When expectations set high, not meaning them meant my siblings and I typical had a week long cleaning punishments along with handing over all toys, games, and light up sneakers; about three times a week this happened to me. As a kid I was told, warned and screamed at, to listen and do what was expected of myself, something…

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  • Family Of My Family

    My immediate family is made up of my father Edward, my mother Melaine, and my brother Antorius. I also live with my grandparents William and Mary. I also live very close to most of my family members on my mother’s side. My great-grandfather split his farmland among his eight children. They each got two acres to build a house on for their family. Most of the children still live on the farmland, so I see most of my family members on a daily basis. Everyone in my family is very family-oriented.…

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  • My Family As A Family

    Family, the smallest unit of society, a unit whom at times we may take for granted. A group of people who against all odds protect, love, and care for one another. Merriam-Webster defines family as, “ A group of people who share a common ancestry and reside under the same roof.” The problem with this definition is that it is missing the underlying symbolism of what it truly means to be a family. It is missing the fact that family is not only those who share the same Deoxyribonucleic acid (DNA),…

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  • The Family Of My Family

    Chapter One: Family I never knew my mother as she died when I was an infant. My stepmother did not miss an occasion to tell me that it was my fault that she died. Father had not said as much, but he did not speak of her either. Regarding her, I learned never to ask as the topic was painful for him to disclose. “A child needs a mother,” others often informed my father, “and a man needs a wife.” He seemed to have agreed, or evidently succumbed, to those comments since he remarried with great…

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  • My Stepmother's Family: My Family

    “Family is everything.” I am not sure that I’ve ever heard any of my relatives utter this phrase, but I know that is a sentiment shared by all of them. To call my family “big” would be an understatement. My mother was the seventh of the twelve children born to my grandparents Hugh and Roberta. She married my father in the 80’s and they had ten children, I am the third oldest. On my mother’s side there are more than sixty grandchildren. My dad is fourth of six children born too my grandparents…

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  • Family: My Family Is The Norm Of Family

    We are Family You 're sitting down on a couch with your boyfriend and it’s time to eat dinner at his house. His brother is in his room playing video games and the both of you are sitting down watching t.v while dinner is being made by your boyfriend 's father. Where 's mom? She 's working a twelve-hour graveyard shift at the hospital. You have offered to help with preparing dinner but you are not allowed to help, you 're the guest of the house. This is the norm of the family to have visitors…

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  • My Family And The Family

    When talking about family you could be talking about a family of humans or animals but I will be talking about the Crowder family. In most cases family is connected through blood and nearly through adaption. Every state has a family cap which is “a policy limiting the benefits made available to a family by the state." For example it prevents a family in receipt of welfare assistance from receiving additional assistance because of the birth of another child. The word family came from the “middle…

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  • My Family: My Unique Meaning Of Family

    Family has a unique meaning no matter what culture it possibly can be. I never had a chance to meet my extended family from my mother’s side because her parents passed away before I was born and she was the only child in her household. I grew up with only spending parts of the day with my father and the other half with my mother. Other peers in places that I would go to school with thought my family was together because they were more involved in what I liked to do when I was younger. When I was…

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  • My Family

    Being from a family that has never really been together, I have faced many challenges. As the youngest child, I never thought I would have to grow up faster than my older sister or go through all of the things I’ve had to. I have been tossed around, moved from house to house, and stuck in the middle of every fight since I was five. Now that I am older I look back and see why my parents are so different, why I have trust issues, and why I’ve had to mature at a faster rate. Maybe one day they can…

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  • Family Essay: My Family And My Childhood

    My family is my backbone, part of my identity and my biggest supporters. My family has had the biggest influence, from our culture to our traditions. They have taught me that being different is not something to be embarrassed or ashamed of. I view the world in a different way, my family is from Fiji and are devout Hindus. We have different traditions and beliefs that many judge or simply do not understand. My family makes up a large percentage of who I am today. My grandparents brought the…

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