You will miss Them

“I've learned that regardless of your relationship with your parents, you'll miss them when they're gone from your life.” 

In life there are so many different types of people you will meet. There are the media-following, trendsetting, all-superior preps, the smart-without-studying, sweater-vest-wearing nerds, the good-at-everything, super-talented, work-hard-play-hard athletes, and of course the too-cool-for-homework, never-hard-working, baggy-pant-wearing trouble makers. 

And well, whether you like it or not, these stereotypes will dominate any traditional style. Unfortunately, the biggest struggle for everyone seems to come from their desire to fit in. Throughout the life experience, you will find that even the best friends come and go, and at some points you may be very confused. However, I have found that whenever you feel like you don’t belong, there will always be a special group of people who have your back, your family. For this reason, I believe that family relationships are the most important relationships, for they are the foundation of your life, and your never ending support system. 

Support system is always a means of communication with in the group. When I started blogging, one of my basic needs are photographer, a commenter, a grammarian and a believer. I cannot make a selfie photo when I want to have a whole body shot (not unless you have a camera stand:). 

I cannot complete a one post without the commenter and the grammarian who will check my english grammar and the subject-verb-agreement. And the believer, the ones who believes that I have talent on what I am doing (even if my english sucks:). These group of people who complete me is my family. My sisters who let me wear some of their tops and skirts just to end up into a more fashionable way.They also allow me to cut and sew their old shirts and make it new outfit and it's FREE:). My brother who took photos of me, instructing me to change a pose, to find a ways for proper lighting and everything that makes my photo cool without too much editing. My family is my base, and my biggest supporter, and I have learned nearly everything I know from them. My family has taught me how to act toward other people, how to be caring and compassionate, how to handle other personal interactions, and most importantly how to love. I look up to everyone in my family, and each individual has had an impact on me in some way.

The majority of my life I have lived very close to a great amount of my family, and with all the time I have spent with each family member I have found several role models. Every person in my family has something different to offer, especially my parents. If you think about it, your parents are the people you have spent the most time with, and you have been learning from them throughout your whole life.  As I have gotten older, I have started realizing how much the people around you can influence you. People don’t know when you are watching and learning from their actions, which makes me realize how lucky I am to have a family who is so kind and loving that they do not have to be careful about what they do or say around me, because they naturally make good decisions. 

Bag:VinatgeCollection/Watch:Vinatege Men/Necklace:Thrifted
In conclusion, my relationship with my family has made me who I am today. Without my family, I would not know how to interact with people, or how to show love, a key to any relationship, and compassion. My strong and supportive family has also made me a more self-confident individual, and I am not afraid to be myself, because of them.  I have learned from family, laughed with family, and grown from family, and I hope that someday I can teach and support others the way my family has me. It’s funny how often we take family for granted, especially wehn they are the most important people in our lives. Wouldn’t you agree?

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