The blind side Essay

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Michael soon becomes part of the family and is eventually adopted by the Tuhoy family. Due to his adoption by the Tuhoy family (a wealthy, white family I might add) friends of the Tuhoys start questioning the relationship based off of his race. Michael Oher also struggled with his grades but eventually brings his terrible grades up and starts playing football. He then becomes a star and goes on to play football for Ole miss despite NCAA investigating his family for believing the Tuhoy adopted

Michael for the school and not loveable/personal reasons. In 2009 Oher was a 1st round draft pick in the 2009 NFL Draft. He was drafted to the Baltimore Ravens and still plays with them today. C. Michael Ohers self-esteem was at the lowest it could have possibly been at the beginning of the movie. He was separated from his mom at seven, tossed through foster care throughout most of his life, and never had a family to call his own. In the end he has a family that loves and cares for him and is making millions of dollars in the NFL.

That is an obvious self-esteem change. D. Oher got support from the Tuhoy family. They offered him a place to sleep when he had nowhere to go. They gave him the family and the unconditional love that Michael never had. They even helped him to improve his grades even though according to many people that he was Just plain stupid. E. Michael Oher as a teenager procrastinated when he had to bring his grades up to play football but with some discipline he was able to get the grades he needed to go to play football and go to college. F.

Michael Oher definitely counted his blessings because he had many of them. Those blessing were much bigger than his problems G. This movie can really teach you to be grateful for what you have. As you can see there are many people in this world who doesnt have a family that loves them, a place to sleep, and a place to eat. My current goal right now is to get into college. The biggest way for me to get in is to ace my ACT so I can go to any college of my choosing. With lots of studying, no procrastination, and education I believe I can achieve that goal.

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