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How My Step Mother Became A Ladder To My Success

Step mothers are in most cases regarded as enviable parents, they are normally expected to take up a great deal of parental responsibilities with minimal appreciation, according to an article written by Elizabeth Grace of Bring a step parent.

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My name is Juliet, I grew up in the family of five children were I was the second born. When I reached time for studies, I joined school and started my journey of education .

When I reached my secondary level, my dad passed away and I happened to stay with my mother whom I later realized she was my Step mom. She was a teacher by profession and had a school of her own, were she always wanted to take me to help her in teaching.

My step mother owned a Kindergarten were I could go for teaching even before I finished my secondary level, since then, I acquired good experience in teaching infants, however, she also tried to fulfill her parental duties.

When I joined University, she selected for me education as the course I had to partake. At first I felt bad because it was not the course of my choice and dreams, I had to accept it because she was the one to pay for my tuition at the University, so I had no option.

I started observing the atmosphere of unfairness and inequality at home where by my other sisters were given privileges like tenderness and love that I didn’t get, and also whenever my sister would go out to see her boyfriend, she would do it silently because she was afraid I would take over.

My step mother gave me a fair treatment!

When I reached my second year at the University, she told me the fact that she was not my biological mother, I  realized I was her stepchild, fortunately, she never stopped financing my education and providing both my basic and educational needs, she always encouraged me to work hard, no matter the situation.

I was able to graduate after third year . From then on, she recommended me to a good secondary school where am currently working as a professional teacher and earn a living .

After all that, she has become my role model after a tremendous contribution to my success because, she stood by my side in all challenges and aspects of life, despite the fact that I was just her stepchild.

And in all, I thank my step mother because she financed my future through education and I managed to graduate, otherwise, most stepparents don’t care about their stepchildren.

For my case, my step mother offered me kindness and love consistently and she never gave up on me

I therefore call upon all step mothers out there,  this is a good example to follow because whatever good thing you do for your stepchild, God will surely bless you abundantly.

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