nature vs. nurture

nature vs. nurture - Christie Strawser Nature vs. Nurture...

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Christie Strawser Nature vs. Nurture 7/17/2008 I would say that “nurture” has had the biggest impact on me and the life I live. I say this not really sure, because, as discussed in class both nature and nurture have played off of each other my entire life. When I was three my parents divorced and my dad raised my brother and me. He worked all the time and often left us with babysitters. He remarried when I was twelve, had another child. My stepmother and I never got along, and when I was sixteen I had caused enough problems in the household for my dad to believe that I needed a “change of scenery”. I moved in with my mother, who until then, I had only seen once or twice a month. The rules went from strict to none and I enjoyed doing what I wanted to do when I wanted to do it. I look back now and realize that wasn’t such a great thing for me at that time in my life because I was hanging out with my friends at all hours of all days, making barely passing grades. I had detention every single Friday without any repercussion from my
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This note was uploaded on 08/04/2009 for the course MKTG 101 taught by Professor Dr.jones during the Spring '09 term at Lindenwood.

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nature vs. nurture - Christie Strawser Nature vs. Nurture...

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