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Child Development Essay

  • Submitted by: azngurl88
  • on June 22, 2014
  • Category: Social Issues
  • Length: 1,207 words

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Since the time I arrived to America, I’ve seen children in America living a life of carefree and does not need to worried about finding a job to help out their parents or quit school to take care of their younger siblings. American children have the life that most children in Asia wish to have. My life has change completely since I arrived. When I was still in Vietnam, I did not get to go to school because I need to help my parents take cared of my younger sisters. But since we moved to America, my life change completely. I get to go to school and learned a new language. As I grew up, things started to change. I started seeing life in a different perspective. My experience as a child who’d just moved to America is different from now.   I started to notice there are many people who are not as lucky as I am. I always thought all of my friends had the same life and family oriented like mind. Few months ago I saw one of my high school friend whom I have not seen for two years since I moved. I started to hang out with her more and get to know her family a little better.
Last month, I went to her house to visit and noticed that her younger sister does not interact with anyone in her family. I started talking to her but did not get an answered. I thought she was shy and does not feel comfortable talking to someone she does not know. As days went by, I approach her slowly but do not seem to have any changes. I started to wonder why she does not talk or interact with anyone in her family. I asked her mom last Wednesday (6/4) to see why her daughter does not talk. Her mother at first did not want to tell me, but slowly she began to tell me what happened to her youngest daughter. She made me promised that I can repeat the story to anyone in her family because she does not want to bring up the memories for her younger daughter. She told me when her daughter was around three years old; her ex-husband locked her daughter in a closest every night because she will not stop crying....

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