Upbringing

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Cultural InfluencePlay
The meaning can vary widely across cultures, reflecting differing values and practices in child-rearing. SlideIn her upbringing, respect for elders was paramount.
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Family RolesPlay
Upbringing isn't limited to parents; grandparents, siblings, and even community members can contribute. SlideHis uncle played a big role in his musical upbringing.
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Positive vs NegativePlay
Describing an upbringing as 'good' or 'poor' can imply judgement about someone’s background. SlideDespite his challenging upbringing, he achieved great success.