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I was raised in a household of six. I have two sisters and one brother which makes me the middle child, so yes I got all the backlash of everything. Growing up with a grandfather as a preacher, my family had a lot of informal norms or family values, some of those are. To respect your elders, cover yourself up, and the girls wasn’t allowed to have our ears pierced, because of our religion and a big one was no one is missing church on Sundays. As far as our family values in the home we were to respect our elders, no way were we to be disobedient in any form, and most of all our education came first. Growing up my life was really easy and satisfying. I was raised in a home with my mom and dad for the most part of my life, but as statistics show we are one of those families that did go thru divorce and we did end up being separated which had a huge influence on my siblings and my life. my brother dropped out of school and became very rebellious, but I can say thankfully as he got older he settled down and never has been in jail. all the girls graduated. I was the athlete in my family so I had my family counting on me to make a difference I achieved a full scholarship too New Mexico State University, but I decided to go play for the navy which mad my family very proud of me, but the main person I was looking for to be proud of me was my father because he was a very strong headed and strict man so if you made him happy it seemed like you had just conquered the world. we are one of those sandwich generation families because you only get one mom and dad my mom and dad made sure they took care of their parents needs as well as the kids, so my mom moved use to her home town where her parents resided. That’s when resocialization set in we were in a new school and new community so we had to learn to adapt to the different ways people in that community did things not to mention it was much smaller than where we came from. And after a few years of living there and my mom taking care of my grandparents after they passed away we moved back to our original home town. Now we all have kids and a family of our own that’s my family experience and I wouldn’t change anything about it because it made me who I am today.