The biggest influence my family had on me was teaching me the value of kindness and the power of knowledge. As a kid I was taught to work hard and then have fun later; sort of like the saying people say "work hard and play hard". My parents dropped out of college so that they could give my sisters and I the opportunities they didn't have, this is the reason I have learned the value of hard work and knowledge. I was also taught to be honest as my parents believed that lies don't get people anywhere and if you tell the truth then you never have to remember a lie. All together I think my parents were trying to teach us to act with integrity and not let others think for us.
Family are the people that everyone deserves to feel secure, and comfortable with, even if they aren't lucky enough to have that. Everything people learn comes from the way their family brought them up, and therefore, everything you are is because of your family. Family are the people that everyone deserves to feel secure, and comfortable with, even if they aren't lucky enough to have that. It does not matter if they are your blood relatives; if they have been there for you all their life, and will be there for you unconditionally for the rest of your life, then they are your family
I am generally a good person; I morally try to do things for others, as long I can do it without affecting me or my family. For example I use to dedicate time to others needs. But I started thinking that I was pleasing everybody too much and I never had time for myself. As soon I changed my point of view, my moral now, is thinking first in my own necessity and later in others. After finding a balance in this matter, I feel more satisfied in life.
Even if it is something small you should be proud of yourself. I encourage everyone not to give up but continue to whatever you want to achieve. One success in my life is being a good person. I have notice that my parents have raise me right because I am not a bad person and I try to help people when they need it. One thing that I always put first is God.
Which I find funny because they are always saying I was a kid once too but then they just seem to forget what it feel like because they are too busy being a parent. I think thats one of the biggest reasons that they don’t understand, if they had a kids perspective i truly believe that they would handle a lot of things differently. Some parents don’t care about trying to understand they just try to use their children to make their lives better even at the cost of their children's happiness. While some parents do know a lot, in cases like they are asking you to do something dangerous, if they want you to do something that goes against what you believe, and if they don’t understand the situation. Obviously you should not listen to your parents if they are telling you to do something that is dangerous or something that could harm you because they clearly don’t have your best interests in mind if they are asking you to do that.
Your family will always be there when you need them, and will love you no matter what you do. This is a great thing, because it gives me security and comfort. I know that the decisions that I make in life will be guided by people that care about the outcome, and if things don't work out they'll be there to do whatever they can to help me. You never have to put on a front with your relatives, they will almost always accept you for who you are. Another value that was influenced by my parents as well as television, is friendship.
What I do want to be is a teacher that is respected by my students because I have been fair and have given each of them a chance to pass and succeed. I want my students to trust me. I want them to know that I am not perfect and realize that none of them are, but I do hope that they realize that I do expect from them what I would expect from my self if I were one of my own students. Knowledge of subject is next on my list of importance. I know how important it is for my self to be knowledgeable about the subject I am teaching; but no matter how much I know my students will only learn what I teach to them successfully.
Trust ties relationships together and omits second-guessing. Lacking trust for someone or losing that someone’s trust leads to doubt of reliability. Since I lost my parents’ trust, I have explicitly worked to get it back, by telling my parents how my day went with detail, to always telling them the truth. Telling parents the truth about bad events that happened before they find out is a great way to rebuild trust. This shows that I am open with them and am not trying to hide the truth.
My constant need to show others I belong has influenced my need to accept those around me as well. Everyone deserves a fair chance in life and should not be judged by those who don’t know them. My greatest rewards from choosing to believe in the good are my two best friends and first loves, Quinton and Kelsey. These two people were known for bad rumors that defined them, but by great luck we were all paired together for a group project a few years back and our great friendship began. I know what it feels like to be a disappointment and unwanted, and I would never wish to make another person feel that way.
But if I were them I wouldn’t say no beca... ... middle of paper ... ...eed it. They will end up being successful if they have the best of both worlds in my opinion because they won’t get tired because they have very strict parents or have parents let them do anything they want. One day those parents that let their children do anything they want regret they ever did. Basically be on top of everything your children do during their lives but also don’t ruin their fun when they are having it. Help them understand why they are being pushed so hard to accomplish certain things.