My Mom is a Chinese immigrant who works as a real estate agent helping many people find homes. She cared for me since I was born until now, sacrificing a lot in her lifetime to make my life and my sister’s lives better. In my lifetime I’ve made many mistakes that made my mom’s life much harder in many ways, but no matter what my mom still loved and taught me many things, making me the person I am today. I must admit that my mom isn’t always perfect, but she always listens and corrects her mistake. Above all that, she’s a kind and understanding person with a golden heart and always there guiding me through my life.
As a child, my mom had a rough childhood and was the oldest in the family so she had huge responsibility taking care of her 2 siblings, doing most of the house chores and cooking. For me, that is too much responsibility for me to handle, but for my mom, it’s no sweat and that blows me away because for her to take that responsibility it comes with a lot of stress and pressure, while keeping up with studies which are like 10x what we get. Bottom line my mom is more than anything I can be, for example at the age of 19 she immigrated to Canada and mortgaged a house and until now she’s still a beast. At home, it’s only me, my sister and my mom who supports the family and does practically all the chores in the house, including cooking not even fussing about which unbelievable to me but mom taught how to dream big and work hard to make those dreams a reality so I’m determined to work and be responsible just like my mom. She is always very optimistic since she deals with new situations with pride and joy for example when she gets into a car accident, she always stays calm and talks with the person instead of shouting or getting angry with each other because that won’t solve their problems. As I grow up I want to good at socializing for the reason that I have problems socializing and expressing myself, on the other hand, my mom is the complete opposite of me. She’s awesome socializing and expressing herself to clients. My mom’s words aren’t always meaningful but when they are, those words inspire me to be a better person and be proud of myself, no matter what other people say.