My mother, dad, daughter, granddaughter, pastors, cousins, and friends are all my partners and make my world go around, and keep me focused. It may appear easy to build relationships with people but the process is actually challenging. Once a relationship or a bond with another individual is broken, mending it can be difficult. However, if the mutual connection is developed and sustained, the outcome can be remarkable. A well-built relationship can create an impact in our lives. Socialization skills are enhanced as we connect to people around us positively.
With good relationships, we are able to easily attain career goals because we are surrounded with individuals who support us in many aspects. An organization successfully achieves its mission-vision when employees or the team members are in a harmonious relationship with each other. With good mutual associations, an individual personally finds contentment and satisfaction in many things.
Building a relationship with others is not easy, unless the connection already exists. For a relationship to grow and become unrelenting, it has to be nourished and maintained. A good relationship can make wonders in the life of each one of us.
Mommy and Daddy
My mother and father always showed love for my siblings and me. They recognized that we were very unique, but we all needed their love, which actually enhanced our early childhood development. It seemed as though it was yesterday when I could hear their voices and touch. Although mom may have gotten a head start on the bonding process with us, daddy was always there, so strong and firm. Daddy always stressed the importance of education and having a passion in life. He always challenged us to do more than expected. Mommy and daddy taught us persistence in the face of adversity, resulting in positive academic and social performance in school and everyday life. My mother always had answers for the complex questions in my life. She was my friend, partner, teacher, and confidant. My parents’ love helped me grow professionally and socially. I am an extension of them. I am firm in the classroom, yet, showing love and inspiration for my students. I recognize that all my student are unique with their own learning styles, just as my mom and dad accepted me and each one of my siblings learning capacity.