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A new xbox for your teenage son two hundred dollars purchasing tissues for a loved one ten dollars threatening to sell your kids priceless It was at the age of twelve when my father told my sister and me to get our things due to the fact that he wants to sell us It was at this moment that I realized that my life would be different then most I believe that my immediate family had the greatest impact on my identityMy sister is the youngest out of my brother and me being a year younger then me She always gets what she wants even with her bad grades On several occasions my father indicated that he rather my sister then me proving that she is his favorite Also she is downright annoying rude and mean Look out for number one is her motto which makes it hard to have the good brother approach However she has the tendency to pick up things I do such as watching anime listening to Japanese rock and imitating some of the things I do and say Subsequently now that I am older I realize that I am her role modelAs far as I can remember my mother would always work nights and sleep while at home One day while thirteen and on my summer vacation my mother decided it was time she left mainly because of constant arguing failed marriage sessions and ultimately not being happy The separation led to divorcee and was one issue that fueled my depression In addition my mother is the only person within my immediate family that supports my hopes and dreams When I realized that I loved rock music she didnt question it or tried to remind me that rock is for white people she went out and bought me my first bass guitar Being born and raised on a farm did not equip my father with
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