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My whole life my mother has wanted me to be like my sister Cathy Cathy went to Sacred Heart so I went to Sacred Heart Cathy graduated from Central Catholic and now I am graduating from Central Catholic Usually a mothers goal is to have their children raises exactly how they were but better Throughout my life I could tell how my mother has strived to make me and my sister perfect In my opinion perfect doesnt exist butweallcan come close to it My greatest goal in life is to make my mother proud as simple as that sounds it has not been easy As a teenager we all go through stages in life where we hate our parents love our parents want one thing but get another I am not sure about any other teenager but disappointment from a parent can come very close to the worst thing in the world Of course I have let my parents down many of times as I am sure every teenager has Although disappointment may be the worst for a teenager Ive learned that disappointment is not the worst for a parent As my parents have told me they only wants us to learn from our mistakes Once I made that realization I quickly learned how to make choices that could make me a better person and make fewer mistakes Along with my parents help I figured out that choices affect me in the long run and everyone around me At that moment in life was when I became wiser of my decisions and started to base my choices on how things could benefit me Whether I make a good choice or a bad one it always changes my life and how I see things Ive become more considerate understanding and easier to get along with as Ive had to make certain decisions This interprets who I am and how I go about everyday challenges that come
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