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Everyone knows that family is the most important thing any individual can ever have in hisher life Its practically the main element to make a person whole because having no family can be very destructive In a young mind a family is mainly considered to be having a mother a father and siblings thatll love you forever with having no problems at all That is shown to be the light side of the image of family but in the real world there is always an opposite of all things even a family For the dark side of a family would be composed of a child hating all those who would care for himher and those people are the childs parents There could be many reasons why children would hate their parents but there is one answer that may be the highest one to all younglings expectations Parents with high expectation for their kids have many reasons as to why they would teach their kids to make them think and act the way they want them to be And the one thing that most parents would respond to would be for having their kids to have a better future than the parents would ever have in their time In the short story Two Kinds part of many short stories from The Joy Luck Club the main character Jing-Mei had a mother who had this sort of thought of making her daughter the ultimate prodigy The mother Suyan believed that Jing-Mei can be a prodigy if only she had worked harder and by stating that You can be the best at anything But all of that image was not thought of by Jing-Meis decision but by Suyans decision due to the fact that Suyan had that dream for many years but had never achieved it when she was back in China In history China was a very poor country in the early 20th century Most people living
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