• First Day of College
    through the door my RA comes in and gives me a list of all the damages and problems in the room. Moldy shower head, stains on the carpets, writing on the walls, just to name a few. After I was settled in my parents and I had a nice lunch and said their goodbyes. A few short hours later my...
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  • Middle School Years
    going is knowing where I’m coming from” those lines definitely capture the part of me at this point in my life because I seemed to be different and independent. The first verse symbolizes on how I had different characteristics of both of my parents; and the second verse just made sure that every...
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  • Critical Thinking
    chance at the jackpot . Some nervous at their stakes of losing it. My gaze wanders towards other people in line. I notice a few people poorly dressed huddled together talking loudly in a language unknown to me. I wonder why they are in line. Do they even have enough money to buy tickets for an...
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  • Erikson's Theory
    giving me to my uncle. Because I didn’t want to be with anyone but my father. My father’s trust was gained back a few hours later, but for a long time my parents said I wouldn’t even look my dad in the eyes. And as for my uncle I don’t think I trusted him till I was in the early stages of preschool...
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  • How the Welfare System Helps But Doesn’t Cure
    and summer care for one year costs $11,390 to approx. $12,000. Adding on my own lifestyle and expenses which is $15,974.64 the total for me and the two children would be around $27,974.64. Comparing this to a family that makes a little above the poverty line ($29,000) with two parents and the same...
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  • First Day at College
    My first day at college was what one could only call absolute bliss. I woke up at 4:30 in the morning to drive three and a half hours down to . When we first arrived on campus my parents hustled me out of the car to go stand in line to get my key and my card activated. This process, while important...
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  • 4321
    personalities, he does this best with the nurse, in the first few opening lines her lively, and very inappropriate character comes out with,’ what a lamb, a lady bird!’ nurse is referring to Juliet as a lamb, which means young, but on the other hand she is referring to Juliet as a ladybird, which means...
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  • Parenthood
    single-parent families are at differential risk for adverse outcomes associated with their living arrangements. A greater percentage of single-parent families (57.4% in 1999) than two-parent families (6.3%) live below the poverty line. The percentage of single-parent families below the poverty line is...
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  • When Students Fail Teachers Should Be Blamed
    children have. My opponents would have you believe that teachers are the major contributors to student’s academic achievement but there is a large body of evidence to suggest that the impact that parents have on academic success is immeasurable. Granted, there are a few students, who succeed despite...
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  • Because You Love Me
    over matter of small incidents that might not matter to some people it means big trouble for me. When I was younger I had a bad addiction to the internet. In my house we only used dial up, and had only one phone line. For my parents always needing to call and check up on my siblings, its only...
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  • Homeschooling
    Homeschooling For the first five years of my education I went to a few different public schools. My dad is in the Air Force, so I never stayed at any one school longer than three years, however I did get a general feel for how public school works. It has its cliques, its teachers that everyone...
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  • Paper Psy 202- When I Grow Up
    bakery, but as you might know life was plenty of potholes. I have hit quite a few of them. In the following pages I will present to you what those “potholes” did to my life and how I have recovered. When I was born my parents where living with my paternal grandparents, so I guess that was the...
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  • Message of Christmas
    imagined that I had been to a fairyland. Having lived in Canada for a few years, I had never seen people who were as cheerful and friendly as the people at that party. I often see people around me, even my parents, with sullen faces. They look tired and bored. They seemed to be indifferent to other...
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  • Freinds-- a Sweet Treat
    gobbled it up. Hopes were high for my parents and I believed that they would be alright. A few days later I received another call. “ We are alright. Don’t worry!” the voice of my mother on the other line sounded. I was so happy that tears of joy rolled down my cheeks. Her voice was like music to...
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  • A Day in the Life Sociology
    speaking parent - Teacher greets kids in line at school 9:45am- I go to Panera to cut coupons and do a little homework - My friends Adrianne and Talaine meet me to cut coupons (we are a coupon clipping crew) - I decide to order coffee. I go to the front. The associate...
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  • nature Vs. Nurture
    Nature vs. Nurture Raymond W. Young A.S. Sociology Ashford University Nature vs. Nurture I came from a long line of social dysfunction and a long line of bad genetics however, “these were the tools that helped me succeed!” I never blame my parents or my environment for all the terrible...
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  • The Day I Got My Pmr Result
    front of her because she was too nervous. It was a very long line. Finally it was my turn, the teacher ask me to find my certificate first. But that alright at least I don’t have to know my result for another few more seconds. I was reciting my alfatihah so many times right in front of my teacher. When...
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  • relation to literature
    thesis and a guideline to follow. My only guide line for this narrative was no thesis, and to follow the story line and not get carried away with the story. I sought out help from multiple people, and have a few drafts. At first, I thought it would be so much easier to write a paper with no thesis...
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  • Broken Shoulders
    work, a usual routine every weekday. I was early had enough time to put away my bag in my locker before going out for the general assembly, a tradition in all elementary schools, in Nigeria. We all line up in a straight line class by class, from higher grades to the left and lower grades to the...
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  • Student Life
    saw few parents who feel that friends are a headache and a waste of time. These are few lines I heard from few teenagers.for just a minute,if we forget about who we are and assume yourself im the place of parents.and think about your kids,definitely one feels like their own kin should be on the...
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