An Interview With Anita Failor, Wife And Mother Of Three

980 Words Oct 27th, 2015 4 Pages
Every Family is capable of creating a close family dynamic. Families with close relationships go through good and bad times, hold personal bonds, support one another, and have sibling rivalry.
First of all, having good or bad situations makes both easier to deal with when you have family by your side. In my family, I believe, good and bad situations build us as a family. As a family, we get through the bad together and cheer each other on through the good times. I was able to interview my mother, Becky Davis, and she said, “everybody in the family knows about them [about good and bad situations] so we are able to talk about them”. In an interview with Anita Failor, wife and mother of three, she says, “Good times make great memories we can enjoy later and we often reminisce and laugh together. Bad situations are treated as learning experiences so we can just become stronger going forward.” In the article, “Strengthening Family Relationships,” Dr. D. Wayne Matthews at North Carolina State University, says “the family sticks together” and “stand by each other during times of trouble”. “In times of personal success or defeat, the family becomes a cheering section or a mourning bench,” says Dr. Matthews.
Forming bonds within the family is another cause for closer family dynamics. Personal bonds make for more common interests, and it shows you are interested in what the other members of the family are interested in. I look up to both of my parents. They are my heroes, when…
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