Family Essay Topics

The ‘Old Willis Place’ by Mary Downing Hahn

The ‘Old Willis Place’ by Mary Downing Hahn is about two siblings who lived in a far away woods. The two children, Diana and Georgie Eldrige are excited about a new caretaker of the old Willis place since this mansion is already abandoned for years. They believe that the mansion is hunted by its owner,… View Article

My Eldest Cousin

Many people admire singers, movie stars, who make so much money that they could do everything they want and are famous. However, they don’t even know the person or their personality whom they admire. To me, admiration is a kind of respect. But there aren’t a lot of people who deserve this sort of respect… View Article

Out of the Dust

In the novel, Out of the dust, Billie Joe experiences conflict with herself, her environment, and others. Additionally, she has great conflicts with her dad. They secretly blame each other wanting the other to know they accidently killed the mom. Billie Joe also has to deal with the dust. The dust kills families and destroys… View Article

Working Abroad: the Joys and Challenges

Five parents share the advantages and disadvantages that comes with making the difficult decision of earning a living for the family by working abroad. Overseas employment has drastically changed the set-up of the Filipino family and the entire society over the decades. The pros and the cons are in a constant see-saw as to which… View Article

The Role Of Family Revision

A family is a western term used to denote a domestic group of people linked together through descent from a common ancestor, marriage or adoption. There are three forms of families one is a motional family which consists of a mother and a children. They can be biological offspring to adopted children .The second form… View Article

Family as portrayed in mass media

Through the years, the role played by media generated socially relevant and noteworthy impacts to society. Because of exposes and investigative reports, several high-profiled and ranking individuals or personalities were forced to exit the limelight. The scandals and controversies that they went through were simply too much to bear. Whether such situations were intentional or… View Article

How Infidelity Affects the Marriage and Family?

A liaison, sexual or in any aspect, outside of a marital relationship is an immoral effort and excuse to improve something. Others may say that not all people, who are having or had an extra-marital affair, are regarded as bad and despiteful. These people are generally and oftentimes are in pain, bewildered and lonesome. However,… View Article

Living in Families

How does the average person view the common family? In the picture of “a happy family” on commercials, conflict and hatred are replaced with sweetness and adoration – qualities that are apparent on the family members’ smiling faces. Pure happy days are simply not realistic. In real life, families have good reason to frown occasionally,… View Article

Generation Gap Paper

Refer to the “General requirements for all papers” found in your syllabus. Submit a 2-3 page short essay discussing Generation Gaps. How is your generation different from your grandparents? What personal changes do you see? Name cohort changes. Do you agree with age grading? (Pg 83) How do they apply to you and to your… View Article

All I Asking for Is My Body

Traditionally, “filial piety” has been greatly stressed among the Eastern culture for a long period of time. Filial piety basically means to care and support one’s elderly parents; it has been a top priority in part of the children’s upbringing. The novel All I Asking for is My Body focuses on Tosh, Kiyoshi and their… View Article

Introduction speech

On September 30, 1993, a miracle that was unexpected happened. I’m going to tell you about an amazing and wonderful person; me!! I’ve known this person my entire life. Many people can consider me many things. Today I’ll tell you about my daughter, Vanessa, my family, and some of my hobbies. Now let me tell… View Article

Summary, Analysis, And Persuasion

In Evan’s Two Moms, Anna Quindlen illustrates that preventing two people from making their commitment to each other public and according to law because they have the same sex is absurd. Quindlen begins her essay by drawing the recent instances of victories for same-sex marriages: an approved adoption to a lesbian couple, approved guardianship to… View Article

The Color of Family Ties

This paper is depends on an essay, The Color of Family Ties, from the book Rereading American. The essay, The Color of Family Ties, has carried on the comparison in the difference of race, class, gender and extended family involvement to Whites family, Blacks family and Latinos family to find their relationships between their kinships…. View Article

Traditional family

            The traditional family is known as two parents and their children, who are living under the same roof, in one house with one head (household). This is the definition that defines the traditional family. The traditional family was very popular some decades ago; now in the modern world, it is hard to find these… View Article

Who Inspires Me

Some people think that for someone to inspire you the person still has to be alive. Well in my case I just recently lost the person that inspired me the most. My father, he was the person whom I asked about money, about how to get better at playing golf and about anything else I… View Article

Single Parents

Single-parent families have advantages and disadvantages. The effects are different in single-parent families than those of two parent families. Kids that have just one parent living with them may struggle with not being able to see the other parent all the time or at all. Parents of a single-parent family might struggle with money issues…. View Article

Orem’s Theory and Family Health Nursing

In the presentation of a theoretical discussion on the concept of self care with particular considerations for family nursing practice, the concept of self-care is mainly known in Orem’s Self-Care Deficit Theory of nursing. Orem’s theory views the individual as a self-care agent with unique needs which will affect family health thereby providing support that… View Article

My Diary

My life is a sea of endless hardship. Struggling to open my heavy eyes, I began my busy day. After finishing my routine job drowsily before the first lark awaked, I had to clean the grand villa inside and out, finish washing piles of dirty clothes and prepare breakfast for the whole family. One after… View Article

Two Career Family VS One Career Family

In this modern age, it is normal to find families that have two careers.  Careers are important to a family because these serve as the main source of financial support for the maintenance of a household.  Salaries earned from working provide for the payment of bills, as well as provide support for the basic needs… View Article

Typical Families Today

To even a casual observer of American society over the past five decades, drastic changes in the fundamental makeup of the American family and the perceived image of the American family are readily apparent. Many factors have contributed to the evolution of the American family;  along with those changes, specific positive and negative impacts on… View Article

A Message from the Pig-Man

Eric is a six year old boy, he is an only child who is going through a though time, because his parents have gotten a divorce. Eric thinks it‘s a bit odd that his Dad can’t live with him, his mother and Donald, his stepfather, because the spare room is empty and no one has… View Article

Violence in the Family

The family has been stressed, time and again, as the basic unit of society. What happens therefore inside the family, particularly during the growing up years of an individual, shapes the individuals that make up the society. For a number of people, violence in the family is a daily fact of life. For others it… View Article

Parenting Styles and Abilites

Families come in many different forms. Back in the 1950’s/60’s most families compromised of a father, a mother and at least one child, this is known as a nuclear family structure. In the past few decades though divorce rates rose which has caused a rise in reconstituted families for example step families, parents now work… View Article

Step By Wicked Step by Anne Fine

The setting for the story Step by Wicked Step is one dark stormy night when five schoolchildren on a school trip stayed in a towering mansion. They found secret tower room that was hidden behind a wall. The lights in the mansion were not working and they has to depend on the streaks of lightning… View Article

Family

Every time we have a family gathering in our house, informal debates are always part of the “program”. My family and I are delighted to involve talking about current issues especially that concerns the humanity’s welfare morals. It will start from simple talks and later become a big debate amongst our family members. It sounds… View Article

My Father, the Person I Admire the Most

I admire a lot of people people but the person i admire the most is my mother .She is the most important person in my life.There is no reason for me to live without her by my side. My mom is a doctor. She loved to help other because she says it was her dream… View Article

The Lottery Analysis

1. Early in the story, the boys stuff their pockets with stones, foreshadowing the attack in the story’s conclusion. What other examples of foreshadowing can you identify? Another foreshadow examples identified in the story is when Mr. Summers brought the black box in, everybody distance themselves from the stool, and even as he seeks help,… View Article

Family Health Assesment

The Family discussed in this paper has two children and both parents have been married for seventeen years. The paternal and maternal grandmothers are alive, while both paternal and maternal grandfathers have died of heart disease. The maternal grandmother lives with the family. The family assessed was interviewed two times and both times, the interview… View Article

Impact of Mother-Son Relationship

In the advent of single-parenthood within the nation and along with the controversial emergence of the reproductive health bill as a major feature of the year 2008, an attempt to look into the increasing concern on the population increase serves as the starting point for this study. The researches felt the need to conduct further… View Article