Shorter Paper 1.3 -- Personal Philosophy Profile [Revised]

Shorter Paper 1.3 -- Personal Philosophy Profile [Revised]...

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Fifield 1 Jennifer Fifield Professor Sarah Cohen English 131 10 December 2007 Michael Yamamoto: The Story Behind His Family Shorter Paper 1.3 -- Personal Philosophy Profile Michael Yamamoto, a student at the University of Washington, has a great perspective on life, specifically family life. Last week I sat down with him and discussed his personal philosophy about family, which Michael defined as “a group of people who care for each other unconditionally. It is not surprising that the divorce of Michael’s parents was a defining event for him. His experience is not unique in the United States, where divorce is quite common. According to The New York Times , more than 41% of the U.S. population is divorced. Today, almost half of all new marriages end in divorce. Like many others, Michael and his sibling suffered through the actual split of his parents and family. However, with the help of his family, including each parent, Michael was able to lead a relatively normal life. Both of his parents cooperated with one another. Michael and his sister live together, and they switch between houses every two
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