Purpose: Use this worksheet to brainstorm and reflect upon two significant, uplifting, positive experiences/events that had a profound impact on your life. Consider events from your childhood, adolescence, young adulthood, etc.
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Life Event 1 The Birth of My Daughter:
On March 22, 1999 I gave birth to my beautiful daughter Ciara Martin and ever since my life has forever been changed. Giving birth for me was a multi-dimensional experience, emotional, physical, cultural, and (related to religion or the soul). Becoming a mother at 23 years old was a peak experience in my life that made be grow up faster.
After becoming a mother I felt a sense of maturity. Childbirth for me was both scary and joyous all at once. I was scared because I didn't know what to expect but at the same time excited to meet this tiny human being that I had part in creating. Once she came into this world instantly there was a special bond I shared with my daughter. And we have been very close ever since.
Life Event 2 The Day I Got Married:
On April 23, 2005 I married my best friend who I had been involved with for 6 years on and off. I had been in several weddings but in my mind I wouldn’t have one of my own. Marrying this man changed me to the fullest the things I was doing I no longer did I stayed home and was a wife. And he in turn was a husband. Becoming Mrs. Wendell Clark made me realize what a relationship was really about.
After walking down the aisle and saying I do to the man I love, changed our lives completely. We no longer considered ourselves as I it was we and that is such a great feeling. Knowing you have someone to share your life with that loves you unconditionally. By being able to share my life with him has been so wonderful. We work together and not apart. He and I have never been closer than what we are today despite the arguments and interference from others I am happy to call him my