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As a woman who has had the most impact on you? Posted on 01-10-2005
Princess LaRonda

Your mom? Your grandmother? Your aunt? or some other mentor? Who has had the most impact on you and influenced you
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In Rod We Trust replied on 01-10-2005 11:09AM [Reply]
good topic.................. lemme think on this one
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Lady Invictus replied on 01-10-2005 11:45AM [Reply]
My grandmother hands down, she is so strong there aren't enough words to explain it. She carries the weight of the world on her little bitty shoulders and she's now the matriarch of our family and she's the baby sister. Everyone comes to her when the need advice and to be rescued. She's honest and fair and sweet, but she will get you told. If it wasn't for her I don't know who or what i'd be. Watching her really got me into maturing my own relationship with God at an early age. And she is so beautiful inside and out and I thank God for blessing me with her everyday.
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Sweet_Girl from Maryland, MD replied on 01-10-2005 12:19PM [Reply]

My mother with out no doubt has been a good influence on me. Just from watching my mother raise me aloneI have learned how to be the strong black women that I am today. All the things she went through just to take care of me and to make sure that I had a roof over my head that takes great strength and edurance. From her strongness I have also learned to keep striving at whatever I want because with Gods Help I can do anything I put my mind. She is a strong role model in my life and will always be.
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replied on 01-10-2005 03:26PM [Reply]
My great-grandmother. Even though she can get on your last nerve being bossy as all hell, I love her to death. She always speaks her mind and is the person I go to when I need advice. She wont bs me about anything, and will tell me straight up what is going on. My auntie, cause she has made just as many sacrifices for me just as she was my own mother.
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Kinkee replied on 01-11-2005 12:37AM [Reply]
I would say my grandmothers and my mother. Lately, I have been breaking myself away from my mother. She is causing me a lot of pain. I shouldn't have to be put through suffering for the rest of my life because of a mistake that I made in the past. Something that she just won't let go.
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ThatClassyGirl216 replied on 01-11-2005 11:37AM [Reply]
I would have to say that my mom has had the most impact on me, I am most like her. If I am half the wife, mother, and friend that she is later on in life, then I will be happy...thaz my role model...my momma is cool without even trying to be lol
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Chrissy_Poo516 from Columbus, OH replied on 01-13-2005 09:27PM [Reply]

Definetely my mother!!! I LOVE that woman to death, I truly don't know where I'd be without my mother forreal! Me and my mom is extremely close and alot of people say we fight like SISTERS (I agree ) In 2003 in September through December, my mom was in the hospital, and I basically had to take on the motherly role of the house(which is hard in a house full of men)! After she fully recovered I thank God she was still in my life, becuz a lot of girls aren't as fortunate as I am!
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replied on 01-15-2005 02:08AM [Reply]
My godsister most def is an important person in my life. I cant talk to my mother like i would like to, so my godsister was always there when i needed to talk to her about anything from boys to a problem with my homework. She is like my bigsister and i am so thankful i have her in my life-because she has influenced me on a positive level. She told me the truth when i didnt want to hear it, and im glad she did-because if it wont for her and her advice-Lord knows i would have made some VERY bad decisions in my life time. Love you Dara!
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BrownSugar from Columbus, OH replied on 01-15-2005 03:05AM [Reply]

My father has had an enormous effect on me. His presence has affected how I relate to men. To be honest, I measure every guy I meet to my dad. I think he and I are closer than my mother and I because we have very similar personalities. I love my mom to death but we are soooooo different. Even so, she has had a tremendous effect on my spirituality and she taught me how to be a lady.
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