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Family Have you ever been influenced by some important person that helped you be the better person that you are today? I have been. Through love, discipline, encouragement, and living a good example, my family, who are the most important human beings to me, had the most influence on me. The place that my family and I spent most of the time together, which also means something important to my family and me, is a place called the family room. This room is small but cozy. It is painted in white and has four windows decorated with beautiful curtains. By the windows you can appreciate a nice view of some beautiful flowers and trees and our family dogs. On the walls are some family photos like the ones that show where my brother, sister, and I were born, our graduation photos, and some family members, like my grandparents. Also inside the room there is a nice home theater that includes a stereo and TV, a computer and an old record pla Continue...

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From all the furniture in this room, there is one chair that is the coziest chair that I have ever sat in and that is my father's chair. My parents loved each other so much, divorce was something that was never mentioned, nor was it something my family believed in. They cared for me when I was sick even if it meant staying up all night just to make sure my fever stayed down or keeping the towel warm when I had an earache. So this was our room, which is very important to us and has a lot of special things, but the most special part of this room is when it brings our family together, even today. They taught me good values like how to behave, to respect and to earn respect from other people. Sometimes they pushed me in certain directions and had high expectations for me. The way my parents raised me has affected the way I live and treat people today. In conclusion families make the difference in many of the situations that life gives you and without them you would be unable to give love and support to your children, which they need to become mature and responsible adults. On certain occasions I would get mad, but later I appreciated their words of wisdom and understanding. For example, sending me to private school and being very strict. They always made me feel safe and good about myself. My parents were always there when I had problems that I couldn't handle, such as, one of my friends using drugs or breaking up with my boyfriends. They made sure that I had the things necessary that would allow me to be someone in the future.


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