Is it true, the apple doesn't fall too far from the tree?
From what I've seen, it's true. I've seen friends in abusive relationships, like their mother's. I know guys who are exactly like their father's- good and bad.
I think we're molded from early experiences- the folks raising us.
It doesn't fall far from the tree, but it can roll along way away.
I think so.
I've known of men who have grown up to be exactly like their fathers, and this is without being raised by them and therefore not knowing their inherent character. Its something in the blood..
Oh my goodness yes! I am a teacher and as soon as I meet the parents I understand my students a little better, both good and bad!
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