My Experience With My Family Members

2206 WordsNov 28, 20169 Pages
Some believe that you become like the 5 people you spend the most time with. I never really believed it until I started looking at who I really was, and who those who surround me are. I realized just how alike I was to my family members, and not because of how much we look alike, but because of how similar our beliefs and attitudes are. Each and every one of them has been like a teacher to me, and I can attribute my best, and worst qualities to them. My family members have been the mold that has shaped me into who I am today. I have spent nearly every day of my life so far with my mother, whether it be actually with her, or talking to her on the phone while I’m away. I feel like I become more and more like her every day, and I couldn’t be more proud of myself. My mother is a great person, she is always the first to lend a helping hand, she isn’t afraid of hard work, and loves dogs more than anyone else I know. She has taught me that a woman can do anything that a man can do. Because of her I have learned how to work hard. No matter what I am doing I try as hard as I can because of her. I have never seen her give up, and I plan on doing the same because that’s what she showed me to do. My mom also taught me to always help everyone. She is the reason that I try to be the first to lend a helping hand, or volunteer to do the jobs that no one else wants to do. I give her credit for me becoming a swim coach; if it wasn’t for her I wouldn’t have seen the need to give back to

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