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Many of the 15 million children in this world suffer from theexperience of their parents getting divorced I was almost one of themThe first 10 years of my life my life seemed as if it was a dream cometrue I had an older sister who protected me and a little brother who Ipretended was my baby doll I also had two amazing successful and happyparents My dad was the president of a business and my mom was a teacherOur family had an outstanding income and life seemed as if it was going tostay this way forever As a few more years went by I could tell thatthings were starting to change between my parents but only being 12-13years old I wasnt at the maturity level too identify what was actuallygoing on I would come home and some nights my mom would be crying and Iwould ask her why All she would tell me is everythings fine and that wasall I needed to hear well at least I thought so at that point My dadwould be miserable and despondent My dad is an unbelievable role model inmy eyes But as the years carried on I could tell that things were reallygoing downhill for my family I was about 15 when my parents had finallytold me my sister and brother that they were going to separate Mysister and I were devastated but knew that it was what had to happen inorder to have a happy mother I asked my mom what made her want to do thisand she told me that she was married to a man who recently hadnt evenshared money with her made her feel small and never gave her theattention she deserved On the other hand this isnt exactly what my dadwanted in fact he despised everything about the idea of separation Itwas an understatement that I saw my dad depressed at age 12 compared to howI
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