The Importance Of Being A Mother

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This is going to be an obvious answer to the question, ‘Who is significant to me?’ Yet, my answer would be my mother. I would hope that most people would answer the same because it would be a shame if others would overlook their overpowering love and sacrifice. Being a mother has a job that most are not capable of fulfilling; my mother is one of those people who can fulfill the tiring job. My mother uses phrases that I always end up laughing at, but honestly, what good parent doesn’t? “Don’t be a statistic” is one my mom’s favorite things to say to me as I am leaving the house. She is a librarian, and that profession is well known for the research department. My mother does a fair amount of research, when she tells me to not be a statistic she means is to not be like the failure of teenagers she reads about. This just recently started when I had gotten a boyfriend, and she stops and whispers this to me almost every time we leave the house on a date. One my fondest memories with my mom is discussing with my mom about normal teenage girl things when visiting my grandfather in the hospital. We were sitting in the ER waiting for…show more content…
That is what moms are for; to help their adolescent children get through their overdramatic thoughts. My mom has been through a lot in her life, including not having a great mother. Her own mom was controlling and obsessive, and the fact that my mom is as cool as she is now is amazing. Suzanne, my mom, certainly became the opposite of her mom, and I am thankful for that. If I had a controlling mother I bet I would not be as good of a kid that I am now. Moms everywhere are incredibly important and my own is very close to me because of how she is encouraging, cares about my problems, and understands my silly
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