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If She was Gone

A lot of the time people take having a mother for gradated. A mother is someone that not only brings you into this world, but also makes sure you are cared for and protected. She teaches you things that no one else can, and provides you with a safe environment in which you can healthfully live and grow. Life without my mother would be one of the hardest things I would ever have to overcome. Comparing my life without my mother by my side would result in the loss of my best friend, my support system, and the one person that I trust the most. When I think of the term best friend I think of someone that you can tell your secrets to, someone you can depend on, and someone you can always forgive no matter how mad they make you. When I think about all the definitions of a best friend the only person that comes anywhere close to mind is my mother. My life without her would not only be horrible, but would mean loosing one of the most important people in my life. As my best friend, my mother is always there for me no matter what the circumstances may be. She has a strength within her that could light up a dark room. As my best friend, my mother is someone that I can look up to. She is someone that I strive everyday to be just like. Without my mother to guide and to teach me from her own mistakes, I know that I would fall more than I have. Not only is my mother my best friend but also she is a mom at the same time. Having your mother as your best friend is not always a good thing. In my case I have the best of both worlds. I have a mom, who cares for me, and watch’s out for me, As best friend she is someone that I can have fun with, and someone that I can tell my secrets too. On the other hand, having my mother as my number one support system has turned out to be a great advantage for me. She is always there when I need someone to talk to. Likewise, if I ever need advice about anything my mother is the one I always turn to. All in all, my

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