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Persuasive Essay On A Different World

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A Different World
I couldn 't imagine coming home from work one day and my spouse saying that they wanted a divorce. No working on things; no talking it out. The shock of it all flooding me all at once. That was the sad reality of my friend Billy. One moment he was a happy family man and the next he was fighting to see his children more than four days a month. From this interview I have learned you never know what each day will bring, to never give up, and to always enjoy your life.
You never know what each day can bring, while interviewing Billy I asked him, “what was your marriage like before your divorce?” He told me, “ it was good, we had our problems just like anyone else, but for the most part it was a pretty good marriage.” Never did …show more content…

In this essay, the author

  • Describes how they couldn't imagine coming home from work one day and their spouse saying that they wanted a divorce. that was the sad reality of their friend billy.
  • Narrates how billy's marriage and his dynamic as a father changed after his divorce. he had to stay strong and figure out how to move.
  • Explains how billy had to be strong, deal with non-existent holidays, not being informed when it came to his kids, and watch them grow. it took years to convince the school to send him important information.
  • Narrates how billy learned to stay positive and to balance his single life with his role as a father.
  • Opines that the last 5 years for billy have been full of ups and downs. they have learned to never take for granted what they have.

At one point in the interview i asked him, “what is the easiest part of being divorced?” He said, “once you have been married, i don 't see anything easy about being divorced.” Billy is a man that liked being married; he enjoyed being with his family. He had to learn how to balance single life with his role of being a father. I asked him, “ what his dating life was like being divorced with children?” he replied “ it 's not always easy, i have to work around when i have my children because i won 't introduce my children to just anyone. If it didn 't work out and my children liked them it would be hard on them.” With the way his divorce transpired,
Billy has learned that anything can happen. He remains more guarded when it comes to relationships, but still stays positive that he will be able to have a meaningful relationship again one day.
The last 5 years for Billy have been full of ups and downs. He has taught me what i want in my life; how much i enjoy my family. How i would never be able to live without all of us being together everyday. I have learned to never take for granted what i have. No matter how hard things might get in my family or marriage i should always

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