Nature and nurture make you who you are and what you will become in the future. It has been an ongoing argument between Psychologist, whether nature plays a more important role in the development of individuals or if nurture does. Nature deals with your genetics from both your biological mom and dad while nurture deals with how you are raised whether with your biological mom or dad or other people. Some people believe that nature is what makes you who you are while others believe it's nurture. From my own personal experience from being a twin, I believe nurture plays a more major role for making us who we are today.
When going out and about on the town my sister and I are constantly asked if we are twins but also if we are identical because we look so much alike; sadly we are only fraternal. The only difference from us being identical is our DNA being different, almost everything else is the same. We look almost identical, we have a lot of the same interests, we are good at the same things, etc. I believe nurture is the main cause for how most of these qualities exist. Because we grew up together we became interested in the same things.
One major question I had involving the Nature vs. Nurture was whether scientist think that either nature plays a more major role over nurture, or vise versa for the development of all humanity. How can you really tell if nature overpowers nurture (or the other way around) if their is so many inputs for a possible output to be tested?