Relationships come in all types of form such as friendships, colleagues and family. I am a family oriented person who loves to build healthy relationships. My family is the family who loves to laugh, joke, correct you and most of all support you. My family means the world to me and has helped mold me in the man I am today, especially my kids, nieces and nephews. I have two sons, a daughter, five nieces and three nephews in which I played a huge role in their life. On August 5, 2015, my relationship ended with one of my nieces. In this essay I will discuss what ended the relationship between my niece and me and how it changed me as a person and what I learned from the entire unfortunate event.
Two of my nieces and one of my nephews I helped raised them from little babies. I helped to feed them, disciplined them, loved them and showed them how to have fun. My Second to oldest niece name was Latoya. She was born a premature baby, so off the back we did not think she would be with us here on earth for that long of a time. Well she beat the odds that were against her life and managed to...
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