Whether you have a close family or a disconnected family, it’s impossible to separate your identity from your family. In fact – no matter what you’re family is like – strong, dysfunctional (and every family is), big family, small family, they shape your identity. Whether you like it or not; whether you acknowledge it or
I am representing SDCC today (www.sdcc.edu). I’m at a college fair for 12 hours today. I was thinking about this though, we all represent someone or something. You represent yourself. You represent the school that you go to or the place you work. You represent your family. You represent your people. You represent your God.
My wife has half siblings – a brother and twin sisters. We haven’t spent much time with them. They came to our wedding, and Candice’s wedding. We went to their mom’s wedding, and have hung out with them a few times beyond that. Haven’t hung out with them more than a handful of times, but
It is an exercise that I assign to my students in order to learn from them. It’s a great activity, and I have made literally hundreds of students do it. I remember many of them, and they’re pretty easy to facilitate. Basically, a student will take students from the class and have them play their