Nobody is born with the knowledge they have today; everything is learned as one lives their life. Teaching can take many forms and come from all types of people. Parents are generally the first teachers a child encounters from the first day of their lives. There is no one correct way of parenting, but there is a common desire to provide the best possible upbringing for one's child.
As I live my life, I find myself expressing the lessons I have learned and utilizing the knowledge I acquired from the people who have taught me. My personality often reflects the influence of my parents and other figures who have guided me along my journey. Through this writing, I hope to inspire others to reflect on their own teachers in life and to never stop learning.
"Teaching, Tough Love, or Mean?,"
be Still: Vol. 7, Article 17.
Available at: https://nsuworks.nova.edu/bestill/vol7/iss1/17
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