My Greatest Influence

Weber, Travis
May 2002
Teen Ink;May2002, Vol. 13 Issue 9, p14
The author talks about a mother's love and influence. According to the author, the love between a mother and her son is unconditional. He points out that it is hard to find love stronger than what parents have for their children. His mother supports him in everything he has ever done. In addition, she believes in him when everyone else doubts him. He notes that there are a lot of ways parents show love and the kids do not even feel it.


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