Three changes that I would make to a hispanic household

An Hispanic family with two girls sitting together on the couch. The parents are sitting in the middle with one girl on each side. The children are leaning over onto mom and dads laps. The older one, who is 7, is smiling at the camera.

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An Hispanic family with two girls sitting together on the couch. The parents are sitting in the middle with one girl on each side. The children are leaning over onto mom and dad’s laps. The older one, who is 7, is smiling at the camera.

Three changes that I would make to a hispanic household. In my opinion when hispanics live in a state in the south they become a bit tendered. So three things I would change would be 1, the fact that we have to clean before we go anywhere. Like dude aint nobody wants to clean before why can’t we do it when we get back? It just makes no sense but at least sometimes they let us go out after doing dishes or something. Second I would change the fact that we practically have to say hi and kiss everybody on their cheeks and they mamas when we see them. Like I’m social so I’m fine with it but what about the people who aren’t comfortable with that? Like antisocial people might get a lot of anxiety from that or something. And 3 , the toxic relationships between the parents. Could be mother or father. Hispanic parents that were born in Mexico or Spanish speaking countries had it hard growing up. Dealing with a horrible lifestyle that I wont get into. But the way they were raised and then cross the border, have kids in the US, and then expect so much from them. The way they grow with their kids is toxic because they blame their childhood on their kids. “Everyone’s family is different, some are lucky and some aren’t.” says Adamariz.