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...dad is the couch: always comforting. My mom is the ceiling: always trying to protect us. My brother (Tristian) is the coffee table; always holding good ideas. My puppy is the blanket on the back of the couch; always there to snuggle. I am the lamp; always there with a bright smile and to brighten someone’s day.
My first belief about family is that family is not always blood and that you can have more than one family at a time. My second belief about family is that they push you to try new things and to get out of your comfort zone but will always be there in the end to support you. My third belief about family is that you may not always like your family and they might not always like you but they and you always love each other unconditionally no matter what. My fourth belief about family is that your family or families help to shape you into the person you are today.
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