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There is always that special person who shapes who you are, and helps to determine the person you become. Who is that person in your life and why?

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      Iamlovingbeing40 wrote Aug 14, 2009
    • Lizzy decided to edit out her answer.
      I wasn’t comfortable with what I said.
      don’t want to be a downer.




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      Yana Berlin wrote Aug 14, 2009
    • My parents were definitely the role models, they never forgot to point out the right from wrong, the good from the bad. At fourteen I met my girlfriend Julia, and even though I was always vocal and confident, while Julia was shy and quite, she had a lot to do with how I turned out. Today 30 plus years later, she is still my best friend.




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      Ppt89 wrote Aug 14, 2009
    • Yana,

      I have to say my daughter and my husband. My life has lot of ups and downs. Everytime I go down, I have been able to come up better because, my daughter gives me something to look forward to. My husband is my strength. He loves me unconditionally, and encourages me to do better and makes me a better, confident person.




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      Marie66 wrote Aug 14, 2009
    • I would have to say my mom... I am who I am because of her but not yet half the women she is.. My mom, being a single parent raising 4 kids she was a hard working women, holding down 2 jobs and going to night school to get her G.E.D.. My mom was always there for us, she taught me alot and what I have learn from her is to be a strong person, loving, caring be myself and never give up on my dreams.. All she ask from me is to be happy..
      I’m very grateful for my mom, she is the BEST!!




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      Laurie Zieber wrote Aug 14, 2009
    • I'd definitely say my brother. [Link Removed] 


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      Anne E wrote Aug 15, 2009
    • I would have to say my dad because he has always been around for me and he still is. happy




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      Vikki Hall wrote Aug 15, 2009
    • I would say it’s been my mom consistently and constantly. However there have been a few who have popped into my life and left their mark.




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      UK Girl wrote Aug 15, 2009
    • My parents as they are both self made and worked very hard – but also they gave bags of confidence and the can do attitude.
      Plus my uncle and my godmother who also had a big influence due to their work they gave back to the community and nurtured people.
      From an early age I was told the world is your oyster go open it .......be brave and look for opportunities.




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      Dalemarie wrote Aug 16, 2009
    • My MOTHER!!!




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      Feathermaye wrote Aug 17, 2009
    • My mother, for sure. She made a major decision regarding how to be happy in her own life, and as a result her sister and five brothers turned their backs on her.

      As much as her siblings’ action hurt her, she recognized the need to find her own happiness, whether they agreed with her decision or not. I admire her strength more than I can express.




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