My Role Model Essay

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  • My Role Model And Role Models In The Movie Parenthood

    The movie “Parenthood” showed me family are the people you know will always be there for you, even if you do not have the best relationship with them. When I was about 5 or 6 years old, my family were the people in my life that I looked up to the most. I wanted to be just like my older brother in everything I did and my Mom and Dad were my biggest role models. Yet as I grew older my roles models and influences changed. My friends at school started to impact my decisions more than my siblings and parents. I think that was only natural for me to grow apart from my brothers, being that I am the only girl. Much like the families in “Parenthood” who were not perfect, my family and I’s relationship is a work in progress. A relationship I relate…

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  • My Mom Is My Role Model

    they miss their childhood years, enjoyed them immensely, or never got to experience them enough. Although, I did have the privilege to live throughout the years of my childhood, I still had to give them up too soon. Granted, I was fifteen years old, and a little older than one would consider their childhood, I still take on many tasks to this day that some will not have to, until they are living completely on their own. Age fifteen starts the years of figuring out who you are as a person and…

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  • My Heroes As A Role Model

    growing up. The three people that come to my head when I think about heroes are my mom, my sister and my grandma. They are all so brave, loving, caring, and independent. They are the best people to be my role models in my opinion. They have all shown me what women are supposed to be like and how they are supposed to act. This is what makes them the best role models and my heroes. The first hero that comes to my mind is my mom. My mom is one of my heroes because she adopted both my sister and I.…

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  • My Grandfather And My Role Model

    On February 28, 1997, my grandfather and my role model, Jimmie Gray, passed away. He had been sick for a very long time, but he never wanted the family to know. The night that he passed away, I remember listening to his music, reminiscing on all the good times. My grandfather would always tell me, “We don’t want a mumbling doctor in the family.” He always motivated me to be confident about who I was, and when he passed away, I knew that God was passing me the baton. The time had come for me…

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  • My Father: My Role Model

    My Role Model Everyone has been effected by some person in their life whether it be a direct or indirect influence. Most people are influenced by their parents from the beginning of their lives. As for me, I have been strongly affected by my father. My father is sixty years old. He married my mother when he was twenty-two years. He worked at the television sector. He is a tolerant person, who loves his family and his work. Moreover, he is inspired by different cultures, arts, and books. My…

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  • My Role Model Essay

    Thinking back when I was three years old I always looked up to my grandma and my mother these two woman are the most important role models in my life. They are the hero’s that helped me get as far as I have gotten today. Without their knowledge and understanding I wouldn’t be the person I am today. They inspired me to chase my dreams from me seeing them live out theirs. Growing up without a father all I had was these woman figures in my life and they have taught me how to be a better person and…

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  • Role Model Of My Family

    Families are a critical part of a child’s development. Members of the family can be effective role-models for children. They can provide coping for problems, provided information and knowledge on certain tasks and generally be emotional supports which can be applied later on in life for the child. This enables them to developed efficient social skills for future activities. In short, my family have supported me a lot throughout my life—shaping the person I am today. Without them, I would not…

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  • My Role Model For Me

    Everyone has someone they look up to, a role model, inspiration, someone they want to be like one day. For many, it may be their parent, older brother, sister, celebrity, or close relative. Usually, they have always looked up to them as a child. In my case, I was 15 when I found out my father was my role model. I was never really close with my father or uncles until I went to work with him out of state for a few months. My relatives and co-workers had shown me the man I have always pushed away. …

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  • My Grandma As A Role Model

    It was the Christmas of 2007. My father was driving my sister and I to my grandparent’s house in Rice Lake. It was a bright, blue, sunny day, and the ground and trees were covered in white, as there was just a fresh snowfall. I always loved going to my grandparent’s house. My grandma was my role model, the one person I always looked forward to going to see. My grandma had been battling uterine cancer since 2006. She had surgery to remove the cancer in 2006, but in 2007 the doctors found the…

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  • My Grandma Role Model

    man thinketh so is he”, a verse from the bible noted by my Grandmother in the interview. Providing the listener with some of my Grandma’s strength as a person and view on her life. Being able to overcome alcoholism is one thing, but becoming a counselor for chemical dependency is another. My Grandma is a very strong lady and has been a great role model for many to look up to, even me ever since I was a little kid. Simply looking at my Grandma’s history: being sober for 51 years, beating many…

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