Genogram EssayMy whole entire family, on both my mom and dads side, consists of Catholics. Yet, not all of them practice their faith as they claim to. I have a pretty average relationship with my family. Starting off on my mom's side, I have a more than awesome relationship with my grandmother. She is my favorite person in this entire world. She is the one that raised me and taught me everything I know. I love her more than anything. Totally opposite to her, is my grandfather in which I have a not-so-hot relationship with. Him and I hardly speak, I can't even remember the last time we spoke. I love my uncle and his son, my little cousin, to death. My uncle is a "hipster" and teaches me what I need to know for the real world. And lastly comes my mom. I don't think words can express how much I love and appreciate her.I would have to say that I have a good relationship with everyone on my mom's side compared to my dad's side. My grandfather lives in Puerto Rico and we only see him during Christmas time. He divorced my grandmother a couple years before I was born and I absolutely hate his wife. I love my grandmother, even though I don't see her as much either. But we aren't as close as I am with my other grandmother. I seriously think that my aunt is insane, therefore I don't talk to her as much as I should. My cousin is attending college in some state that I am unaware of, so that should say enough about my relationship with him. I really wish I was closer with him, though. Then comes my dad. To be honest, I don't love my father. Sometimes I think that I'm a really bad person for not loving him, but I can't help it. He and I barely exchange words around the house. There is just something about him that I don't respect.I'm not involved in my faith as much as I should be. I do believe in God and mostly everything in the Bible, even though there is a lot of stuff in there that I don't understand. I believe that faith means that you have to trust in things that aren't there.My family used to play in big role in my faith journey. When I was little, we used to go church every Sunday and they used to register me to take CCD classes. Their attitude towards my catholic education slowly faded and then just relied St. Theresa and La Salle to take care of it. My second favorite person in the world, my great aunt, was a very religious person and used to go to church every Sunday and pray a lot everyday. She was one of the most incredible people I've ever had the luck of getting to know and loving. She was also the closest thing I had to a religious role model.I only consider myself a believer, sometimes. For example, when my great aunt died, I can honestly say that I hated God with all my heart and everything having to do with Him. But when things are going well for me, or when people I love get sick, I sit down and pray to Him and just talk to him for awhile. Even though, I can honestly say that I only talk to Him whenever I need Him and not for anything else. I wish I would practice my faith more, but there are a lot of things in my religion that I don't understand and I don't think I will ever understand them. I came to the conclusion that everything that God has every said is just simply figurative.