My mom the woman who carried me for 9 months, the woman thought me how to talk, and still does teach me what to say and what not to say in some situations,  the woman thought me how to walk,  how can I not simply love her, she’s amazing.

My mom has influenced me the most in my life, she has taught me how to be strong and she has taught me how to keep going through anything. She is the person you can always turn to and the person that has pushed me to always do my best.

My mom was there through it all whether it was breaking her bank for clothes or all the stuff she did in the order I was satisfied. She is the kind of person that will make sure everyone else is taken care of before she is.

She is the person who taught me to never give up and to always keep my head up. She has made me the person I am today. Without my mom, I would have never learned how to be a friend or how to show compassion to another person.

She is the one who is there to lean on when I cannot fix my own problem or would just like some advice. She always knows what to say or when to not say anything and to let me try and do things myself.

Her influences affect the way I live. I know that if I’m not able to share it with her and I’m not going to like the impact it has on her then it is probably not the best idea.

All the care and all the stuff she has helped me make it through. Always right there next to me, making sure that I was the best that I wanted to be in everything. She never pushed even though she probably wanted to, but she also never let me give up on something that I was good at either.

I always knew she would be there to catch me if I ever fell. She has shaped me into the person that I am today.

Without the influence of my mom, I would have no morals. I would not know how to reach my true potential. She has always encouraged getting up and trying it again no matter how bad I was if I had the passion to do something she wasn’t going to be the one to knock down my dreams. She believed that if you have put your mind to something you can always succeed.

Her and my grandma always said to me “you might be bad at it at first but later you’ll be good at it .” I may not always give her the best credit for everything but, most of the time she seems to know what’s best for me.

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