Reflections: Who is My Family? – by Rosaliene Bacchus

FROM BLOG: Three Worlds One Vision- ~ Guyana – Brazil – USA
Photo Credit: LDS Living

Family has always been central to my well-being. At an early age, growing up in what was then British Guiana, I realized instinctively that my family was vital to my survival. My parents’ constant bickering and violent verbal exchanges threatened the unity of our nuclear family of seven: two adults and five children.

Connections with the two branches of my extended maternal and paternal families tempered the fears and insecurity that unsettled my young life.

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