The way a person behaves is a reflection of how and where they were raised. From birth, we are taught to behave a certain way and have certain family expectations that we must meet that will then play a key role in shaping our identity. But family is not the only factor that influences identity, friends and environment help shape our identity too. Family, friends and environment help shape our identity greatly from the beginning of life up till adulthood. You spend a great time of your life with family who then influences your identity from the beginning of your life.
My great grandma left an excellent legacy of the importance of spending time with family near and far. When my great grandma was alive she always did her best to gather the whole family every other year for a big thanksgiving feast. After my great grandma pasted, she left a fund for the family to use when we are all together. This was her way of making sure that even when she was gone that the family still came together to create fun times and memories. My grandparents have also done a great job of passing a legacy of the importance of family.
Each day we go through life doing activities that we have always done. In a sense we can say this is just tradition. Our political view, language, and our customs can be tied to the culture we have grown up to know. Individualism is created from our culture and is important to how we interact with other cultures in the world. It is safe to say that family tradition and cultural legacies play a very important role in our life.
They spend the day playing games and sharing their new gifts and toys that Santa Claus brought for each of them. They get so eager to decorate, that it is hard to restrain them.Decorating for Christmas is so much fun. My father always draws a new background scenery, for the Nativity scene, that he displays, every year. He, my brother-in-laws and my husband start with the decorations for the outside of the house and the front yard. Every year, my parents add a little more to the outside decorations.
I know my supportiveness through numerous ways. One common way I show it by going beyond my parents’ expectations. I show this by doing the chores at home and other duties which my parents won’t be expecting me to fulfill. Another way I show how I am a rock of support is by being a role model to both my brother and my younger cousins. Being there for my family through the ups and downs of life is another way I show my support.
My identity is centralized around those concepts that my family taught me. The items I included in my collage that make up my identity are more common with the small town beliefs where it’s family and church. However, I feel that this message of family tradition is a thing of the past in today’s world. Nevertheless, I believe that my identity is centralized around my family. My family has shaped me into the person I am today and without their guidance no telling where I might
This happiness is much different than my personal happiness. Instead of “thinking” about what makes me happy, my family happiness is the result of how I “feel”. This reflection is purely an external view of what makes me happy. An example of my family happiness is the fact that every Sunday I have dinner with my wife and parents. They are up there in years and I show up early to dinner to work around their house before dinner is served.
Everybody needs someone in their life to look up to and admire. In my life, that person was my Grandpa Kermit. He was the patriarch of my mom’s side of the family and he was the glue that always kept my family together through thick or thin. He made sure we stayed in touch with our relatives in South Dakota and he made sure we made time to see each other. My Grandpa was all about family dinners, having fun and spending time together.
I am that guy who helps everyone no matter who you are or what you did. My family are the one 's who connect everyone by finding out how we as a family are connected and connecting us by various forms of communication. We are the connectors of our family who are trying to make us a better and more connected family. I am Mychal Taylor and these are my reflections on my family When growing up, My mother was a very important guide to me being a respectful young man. She has been the one who demands strictness and family involvement.Mom wants that sense of being a teacher and loves to teach her family She has connected her side of the family by researching many uncles and aunts on her side of the family.
They will see that their family has worked very hard just so others in the family can experience the better things in life. A persons roots and origins are some of the most important things to explore. This knowledge can bring you closer to self-discovery. As I have been growing up I have noticed that my entire background has influenced who I am. My family history is present in my values, my personality, because they were the first who taught me how to take my first steps in life.