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My Life Journey

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My Journey Through Life
Amber Hunnicutt
PSY 202
Sheila Fry
March 14, 2011

  I. What was your family like?
  a. Traditional
  b. Middle child of three girls
  c. Parents divorced

  II. What things do you remember about your childhood?
  a. Struggles my mom had to deal with
  b. Holiday with family

  III. Who were the important people in your life?
  a. My grandmother
  b. My grandfather

  IV. Do you have your own family now?
  a. My marriage
  b. My children
  c. Adopting a child

  V. What would make you happy in the future?
  a. Completing my BA degree
  b. See my children in college
  c. Continue living a happy life with my husband

My Journey Through Life

Even though, my marriage and children have made my life great. My life was not always great, with struggles my mom had to deal with, like my parents divorce.   My grandparents meant the world to me without them my childhood would have been would have been worse.   I have stuck to my goals, now my present and future is making my dreams come true.   In my future, I will have achieved my ultimate goal and a promise I made to my grandparents by completing my Bachelors Degree. My life was not always great but my present and future is making my dreams come true.
I grew up in a traditional home as far as holidays and material things go.   During the holidays, we always went to my grandparents’ house. Were my Aunt and Uncle and their two boys would meet us there.   We went to church on Sundays together and back at my grandparents for Sunday lunch. I was the middle girl of three.   My older sister was close to my father and my younger sister was a mama’s baby. Myself, I was more a nanny and papa’s girl.   I spent all my time with my grandparents.   You know the saying being the middle child is tough. Well, I honestly believe it. “Yes, the “Middle Child Syndrome” is very real.   Middle kids bemoan their fate as being ignored and often grow resentful of all...


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