Reaching Out Themes

Jiménez, Francisco
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the Importance of Family

Family is an important support system. Francisco Jimenez was raised to believe that family was vital and that each member of the family had a sacred responsibility to help the others. That sense of responsibility drove many of the decisions Francisco and his siblings made throughout their lives, and Francisco exhibited many of these traits during the time he was in college. From feeling guilty that his family was struggling while he was in college to the security of knowing his family was always there for him, Francisco's actions demonstrated the importance of his family.

When Francisco was in high school, he worked at a job because his family needed the money to help make ends meet on a regular basis. When he finished high school and enrolled in college, his younger brother took on Francisco's job, earning the money Francisco had previously earned. As...

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