Tarra Quisenberry. My Life. Pivotal moments or things that shaped me . M y Family’s c ore values Friends who’s influence effected me Marriage and an early age Memories of time spent at the sitters Being a Mom Family Circumstances . My Family’s C ore V alues .
My Family’s core values
Friends who’s influence effected me
Marriage and an early age
Memories of time spent at the sitters
Being a Mom
Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints.
However there wasn’t much in the way of rules and discipline in the household.
Like most people do when there is no consequence for bad behavior…
I ran wild
Memories of time spent at sitters and the feelings I have when I think of being trapped in a stinky basement being bored out of my mind played a huge role in the way I look for child services.I also am a stay at home mom and take my daughter to Bravo! which is a very good pre-school.My standards for child care and my choice to stay at home were both impacted by this memory.
Friends who influence effected me; seeing my childhood friends grow to adulthood and the problems that arose in their lives and how they dealt with them helped me to deal with my own problems as they cropped up. A good friend of mine who I’ve known since childhood also effects my life because I look up to her as a mother; the way she handles herself makes me want to be a better person.
The biggest pivot point in my life would have to be the creation of my own family unit. I married very young around and have been married for 7 years. My husband and I have overcome a lot in our short time together. Because we got married so young I tend to not judge people who say their in love when they seem to young to know what love is.