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Did I Miss Something Essay

823 words - 4 pages

Did I Miss Something?
What I believe he is trying to claim according to the story he just wrote. He is claiming that he cannot fail to accept the fact that divorce has left him with certain scars. With those types of scars it cannot be done away so easily. In the story he says that he has lived a good life by sharing time to time between his two parents but him thinking about it, he feels that something is a miss by this. It may not be something evident as many others in cases experience by others; this is, is own point of view we still have to remember. If I have to say where he would be stating his claim at, I guess it would be the third paragraph of his story. From my experience from a ...view middle of the document...

If the parent has some genuine and of course authentic love for their child or if they have more than one then children, as the parent you will wish for the best. All of the decisions that concern the child or children can have their best interest at heart and this can lead to success in financial situation. Putnam then backs up his warrant by giving his own type of example to the mix because his own parents of course loved him a whole lot and by them separating their son would not get mix up in the fights and later on in life not be affected with all the fighting or quarrels if you want to say. So the whole backing idea I say is sufficient to that argument is enough for him.
Let’s see here, for Putnam’s side for a qualifier would be I guess is his claim that he has been talking about the whole time. Which the claim that he has, would be the acknowledging of the separation of his parents when he was at a very young age which is what he is writing about right now. Yes, it has had a negative effect on him in his life, he has...

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