Essay About Me

  • The Anticipation Was Killing Me

    The anticipation was killing me. I had been waiting for this day for what seemed like forever, and I was so glad it had finally come. I’d been talking about it all week, and I was starting to annoy people. However, I just couldn’t help it. I felt like my heart was going to explode out of my chest with all the happiness inside me. I’d been trying not to think about it because it made me anxious. Now that it was time, it was the only thing on my mind. The day started out great just like I’d hoped

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  • What Formed Me And What Helped Me

    experiences in the past were a part of what formed me and what helped me continue to build my knowledge, skills, beliefs, and values. Some of these experiences involve helping others in the community, joining clubs and extra-curricular activities, and getting involved in the church community. I helped my church community by gardening the church’s garden, organizing food banks at school, and raising money for charity organizations. These experiences have made me realize how important it is to get involved

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  • It Made Me Stronger?

    It Made Me Stronger “You don 't have what it takes. You can’t do it. you 're not good enough.” is all I heard ever since I was little. No one ever believed I could do something. When I was little I struggle a lot to fit in because I was just different than everyone else. Maybe I wasn 't so different, but everyone made it seem like I was. One of the first memories I have are of someone whom I seen like a father pushing me away because I wasn 't his daughter. Right in that second I realize that I

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  • Is It Just Me Or Is?

    "Is it just me or is everyone in this town, weird?" I sigh, leaning up against the counter. "That 's a rhetorical question right?" Andrea chuckles. "No. I want an answer!" I say walking toward her. "Alright..." She pauses, thinking of an answer. "I think you have the unique ability to bring out the strangeness in other people. How does that sound?" "Rather sweet..." I giggle softly and smile. "I try," she replies. "Hey. Andrea." Jim says opening the door and smiling to Andrea. "Can I talk with you

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  • Mother, Forgive Me For You

    Mother, forgive me for making you wait so long for another letter. I fear I am still very tired from the accident with the bridge. Not to worry, though, I am getting better. I must ask you, once again mother, please let me down from the pedestal you have placed me on. While I am flattered by all your more than kind words, I implore you to cease the sweet-talking. I am not worthy of most of your compliments, for no one is truly as perfect as you claim I am. People might think lowly of me if all they

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  • The Incident That Showed Me

    "The Incident which Showed Me…” Incident. A small word which holds in it’s meaning a large part of my childhood. Fond memories and experiences, I carry very close to my heart. Occasions, fondly remembered as the years continue forward. Numerous events so meaningful they remain secured in my mind to drift out periodically and remembered fondly whenever I feel the need. My Grandpa George, when I was younger, I called by “Deorge” considering I could not pronounce the soft “G” sound, left a permanent

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  • Essay on Give Me Lierty or Give Me Death

    authority of the church on society. The colonists appeared to be divested of their English rights by the British Crown. On March 23, 1775, an assembly met at St. John’s Church in Richmond, Virginia. Patrick Henry presented his famous “Give Me Liberty or Give Me Death” speech during the debates captivating the audience. Mr. Henry’s speech is a work of genius that was a call to arms but at times almost had the tone of a sermon. He masterfully used several Biblical themes throughout his speech would

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  • America Is Too Dangerous For Me

    I am the only boy child in my family, so that all my family members like me like their own child. When I told the plan, go to study abroad, to my parents. My parents just told me the choice is mine. But my grandmother and other my relatives did not allow me go to America along except my big cousin who wants to study abroad. They all think the America is too dangerous for me, and also I can not take care about myself very well. Finally, I still want to take the big challenge after long time thinking

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  • The Life Of Me : The Life Of Me

    The Life of Me From all my years of experience I have learned that the beginning of a novel is, more often than not, similar to how you would great a stranger. You start out with your name, which is often forgotten within the first few minutes of introduction, and on rare occasions, when their face appears trustworthy enough, you might tell them your story. However, I have no name, and I am no one, I am simply me, and so there is no need for you to worry about trying to remember what I am called

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  • Black Like Me and Crash

    Black Like Me and Crash In 1959 John Howard Griffin, the author of the book Black Like Me, disguised himself as an African American and decided to go live out in society to see what it would be like to be a black man. The book Black Like Me is his documentation of that experience. His story spread around the world and he got a lot of praise from people around the world, but he also got a good amount if hate from the white power groups who were quite prevalent at the time. Now, much time has passed

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  • Brand Me

    Brand Me Chia-chun Chen Student ID: 2030309 Introduction A Chinese poem says that: The longest distance in the world is neither between life and death, but is that I am just behind you, and you are not aware of that I love you. (Amy Cheung,” Single bed in purse”)    The love poem not only can be used in the intelligence field, but also in the workplace where competition and pressure are emphasized. Personal brand is a significant part for marketing yourself. Definition of personal

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  • What Shaped Me As A Person

    from many others I enjoy the way I have lived it out, although like most people, I too have been through tough times, but the good times are there too and those tend to make life worth living. These events are what shaped me as a person. The things that I see as representing me or that have most affected my life are moving, my cousins, and my mother. I lived in South Carolina for 10 years. That is where I grew up, in Columbia. Eventually my dad married my stepmother, and soon enough they decided

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  • `` Hal And Me `` By Nicholas Carr

    The internet attracts students, teachers, researchers, and the average individual interested in the online community, but is the internet helpful –or hurtful? Nicholas Carr in his essay “Hal and Me” argues that, “The deep reading that used to come naturally has become a struggle” in result of the internet (Carr, 13). Although Carr is correct, the internet can encourage a laziness in regards to deeper reading and a resentment towards focusing for long periods of time, but the internet is a tool,

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  • What Has Shaped Me?

    Once Whole is Now Broken I was given the exceptional chance to share a great part of who I am and what has shaped me. Given the fact that millions of actions create millions of outcomes in any given day, it was next to impossible for me to pick a singular moment in my life that has helped me grow the most. While I may not have lived a long life, it is a full one, full of pain, anger, sadness but also great joy. After experiencing great frustration at pontificating a proper response, I finally settled

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  • My Bed Called For Me

    My bed called for me. The long night along with the impromptu breakfast had me yearning for sleep. I took a long drink from a bottle of water and laid back on my rumpled blankets. Wadding the pillow into a tight ball, I nuzzled against its soft surface looking for that sweet, comfortable spot. I really didn’t like sleeping much. It wasn’t the rest. It was the dreams. Every night my failure to keep Chris alive replayed over and over in my dreams. It made me dread getting any kind of rest.

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  • Family : A Difficult Task For Me

    Family Introduction Creating this genogram was a difficult task for me because my parents and their siblings hardly communicate with each other anymore. Ever since the passing of both my paternal grandfather and maternal grandmother, the families have simply fallen apart. Many relatives have distanced themselves from their extended families, and no longer have a desire to interact with their siblings or cousins. Sociopolitical and spiritual issues have caused some members of both families to harbor

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  • Essay on Sociology and Me

    Jessica Armstrong Sociology 111 Term Paper Sociology and Me As a child and most of my adolescent years, both of my parents were my primary care takers. My mother worked in an industrial society where the labor union was present, making air craft engines for Rolls Royce. My father has always drove some kind of truck, whether it be a semi or a dump truck. My mom usually worked long hours and most of the time seven days a week so my dad was home with us from the time we got out of school until

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  • Stand by Me

    Stand By Me The movie, “Stand by Me,” exhibits the many things a child goes through during the adolescence. The theories of Jean Piaget, Lawrence Kohlberg, and Erik Erikson are clearly exemplified in Gordy, Chris, Teddy, and Vern throughout the movie. The four kids are identical to one stage each of Jean Piaget’s stages of cognitive development, Lawrence Kohlberg’s stages of moral development, and Erik Erikson’s stages of psychosocial development. By the end of the movie, you see a character change

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  • Adhd & Me : Adhd And Me

    ADHD & ME is very informative book that offers a young person point of view of how it feels to live and grow up with ADHD condition. In this memoir of life with ADHD, Black Taylor discusses how he gets along on a daily basis and offers his readers a guide who are in the same situation. This book, ADHD & ME, is very easy to read and understandable as it is organized in straightforward, simple manner. Taylor first describes each incident, then its cause and effects and at the end of each section, he

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  • Notes On The World And Me

    Coates, Tanehisi. Between the World and Me. New York, NY: Penguin Random House LLC, 2015. Between the World and Me is written as a letter to Coates’ teenaged son. The book was dedicated to his teenaged son who is fifteen years of age during the time Coates wrote the book. Coates goal in writing this book was to explain what it is like being black in America. Coates saw a need to go in depth about the black body in America. Coates’ Between the World and Me is written to encourage his son to live

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  • Will Women Still Need Me?

    “Will Women Still Need Me?” by Barbara Ehrenreich in the “The Writer 's Presence A Pool of Readings Eight Edition” page five hundred ninety eight. This is an argumentative writing that author claimed that is an issue in between both sexes; man and woman. This topic immediately made me pondering for questions like: Is that anything wrong with the relationship in the current society? Is author has a personal relationship or marriage issue, therefore she questioned about the need of man in woman’s

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  • What I Really Me?

    really compare myself to my peers. I wasn’t as skinny as her, or as pretty as her, or as smart as him, and I didn’t have as many friends as all of them. It was exhausting, constantly feeling as though everyone was watching me and finding me lacking. In reality I was the one comparing me to everyone else and pointing ever flaw that I could find both real and imagined. But I was able to differentiate my self-esteem. While I might not have had such high physical self-esteem, I was certainly proud of my academic

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  • Middle School Is The Worst For Me

    First thing’s first, I’m not much for talking about myself, because it makes me feel a bit narcissistic. Growing up, I was raised with three older brothers, and my parents divorced when I was only four, but it doesn’t bother me, because it’s not like I actually remember them being together. My dad had a daughter when my parents met, and my mom had two sons, so I guess I forgot to mention that two out of three of my brothers are halves, as well as my sister, but she and I don’t speak. Growing up

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  • Nursing Is Not The Career For Me

    were to ask me two years ago what I wanted to be and why, my answer would be completely different than it is today. As already having my bachelor’s degree and being in the ABSN program, I have had a lot of time to reflect on what I wanted to do and why nursing is defiantly the career for me. I always thought that I wanted to be an occupational therapist and that was what I was going to do with my career. It wasn’t until two summers ago when I figured out nursing was the path for me. My best friend

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  • How I Became Me?

    Became Me Well it all started from the day I was born. I know it is a bit cliche but that is really where it started. I was born on Christmas morning. My mom always said I was born silent. I looked around as though I were watching my surroundings to detect a threat. Then I cried. Seeking the attention of my mother. For a while I was dependent on her. I did not know just how much my mom depended on me. When I got older I noticed how hard life was on her. She had to go to school and raise me by herself

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  • The, And The Extinction Of The Dinosaurs And Superman And Me

    there is no story, but a list of conclusions. Both Stephen Jay Gould, and Sherman Alexie explore this idea, that the conclusions are the consequence, not the essence, in their essays, Sex, Drugs, and the Extinction of the Dinosaurs, and Superman and Me. While Stephen Jay Gould did not specifically address writing as a mode of inquiry in his essay, Sex, Drugs, Destruction, and the Extinction of the Dinosaurs, he does address the importance of analysis as a whole. Gould believes that the conclusion

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  • Is It Best For Me?

    Once a person has decided that their home or office would benefit from owning a Vitamix, the next thought is usually, which vitamix is best for me. This is a very valid question since there are so many on the market. This stands to reason since the company that makes the Vitamix has been around for close to a century. While the name of the company has changed a few times, the quality, and dedication to help others live a healthier lifestyle hasn 't. Before reading some tips on which vitamix to buy

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  • Plotting The Steps Of A Better Me

    Plotting the Steps to a Better Me This assignment has given me a unique opportunity to evaluate myself and my goals. To my detriment, at least eight years have passed since I have attempted a similar exercise. While they have not been bad years, I know I could have achieved more if my life goals had been more clearly in focus. Aspects of a Self-Directed, Intrinsically Motivated, Active Learner According to Jeff Cobb, a self-directed learner has at least fifteen aspects. They are as follows: 1

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  • Becoming A Dolphin Trainer Is Not For Me

    For most of my life I did not know what I wanted to be. Sure I would decide on a career that I thought I would like, but once I did some research about that career I would quickly become discourage and decide that career is not for me. Schools often push their students to decide on their careers at such an early age. So I had pressure from my school, my friends, my family, even myself as to what career I wanted to pursue. I have considered many careers that I wanted to pursue up until now. Beginning

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  • An Important Person Of Me

    An Important Person to Me I met Amanda during my first day of my high school, and she caught my attention. She has twinkling eyes and her long black hair lies back in curls from her delicate ears. An idea came out from my brain that: I want to make friend with her. And then, naturally, we became best friends. In the rest of our high school life, we spent a long time accompanying with each other and shared our experience, our memories, and our lives no matter it was good or not. According to our

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  • Supersize Me

    the data from the experiment, analyzes it and draws conclusions about the results. It is used to determine cause and effect and is used in all forms of science from physics and biology to psychology and sociology. In the documentary film SuperSize Me, Morgan Spurlock's objective is to see what happens to his health after thirty days of eating only food from McDonald's. Parts of Experiment Spurlock's independent variable is the change in his eating habits to be exclusive to McDonald's items.

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  • Gdp Is Not For Me

    GDP? Not For Me. Since the 90’s, GDP has been the prominent way of measuring the progress of a nation. Is this really the best method of determining the state of a country? I will explore that question in this essay, as well as talk about some alternatives to GDP. Like all economic growth & health indicators, GDP has its strengths and weaknesses when it comes to what it can and can’t measure. It’s obviously very effective in measuring how much money a country nets in total, but is that

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  • The Events That Made Me

    As I’ve grown and changed over the years, I enjoy looking back on the events that made me, well, me. While I believe it can be for the better, some of my experiences in school has shaped me in unimaginable ways. Thus, making me a completely different person than I could have ever expected as a kid. Granted, I would 've never imagined myself as anything other than a super famous pop star struggling to balance my secret life and personal life to have… the best of both worlds. To start from

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  • Sociology : Sociology And Me

    Sociology and Me Through sociology I have learned many ways to examine my life, and the different ways in which I identify myself. There are many factors that have affected who I am; social class, gender, and aspects of my family. Looking at what has influenced my growing up also helps paint a better picture as to who I hope to be, as well as how I want my life to look. For example, the job I want and the family I would like to have. Inequality Growing up, my family was part of what is considered

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  • What Makes Me, Me

    lots of other things. The United States is filled with special people and it makes them who they are. Let me share with you some of my aspects of what makes me, me. I was born in a little town called Allentown Pennsylvania. We settled in a house right in the Northampton Borough. Northampton is a small community where everything you need is there, and you see many people you know. It was just me my mom and dad in the house. We knew our neighbors well and they would always say hello when we were out

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  • Is It Affects Me?

    1. Yes, it affects me. I don’t want it to, but it does. It affects me in part, because it is meant to. The man appears as if he is unhinged, they use the word "taunting” to describe him. This man is being used to continue a narrative that people who support Trump are all rage infested lunatics. I am a firm believer that the one individual doesn’t represent all. There are unhinged people on both sides of the isle. There are also sane and balanced people on each side. When I look at this picture what

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  • The Stenographers And This Is A Photograph Of Me

    Lost and Found: Identification and Community in “The Stenographers” and “This is a Photograph of Me” P.K. Page’s “The Stenographers” and Margaret Atwood’s “This is a Photograph of Me” navigate the state of being ostracized from the larger community. The poetic devices utilised within the poems create a sense of community and belonging for the lost or unnoticed. In Page’s poem it illustrates the mental condition of the stenographers, a profession women took up during the Second World War, in an effort

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  • Analysis Of The Article ' Kick Me Or Kiss Me '

    factors into why so many people are violent as adults and end up in prison. “The home to everyone is to him his castle and fortress, as well for his defense against injury and violence, as for his repose” Edward Coke. In the article “Kick Me or Kiss Me," Bryson talks about being a victim of physical abuse. She explains being abused by her father as a child and how it became normal to her. She also admitted to abusing her brother. Stating “I was the one who beat Joey. When my father was out, I

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  • It Is Hard For Me

    It is hard for me to believe that almost a year has passed since I last traveled to Belize to visit you and Mama Rosa. Sorry, that I’ve been distant lately, but I’ve been extremely busy with school. I’m writing to update you about my experience with junior year, and how it’s not going as well as I anticipated. I hate to share my burdens, but you are the only person I can turn to when my heart is heavy and questions are overwhelming my mind.  I know you don’t like to discuss the “race thing” and believe

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  • The World And Me

    Within African Americans communities, there are plenty of things you are afraid of; Ta-Nehisi Coates brings up a few fears we face within our communities in his book Between the World and Me. Coates states, “But I was afraid long before you, and in this I was unoriginal. When I was your age the only people I knew were black, and all of them were powerfully, adamantly, dangerously afraid” (Coates 14). Fear is something you do not grow out of as an African American because we lived in fear for over

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  • Ask Me By William Stafford

    “Ask Me” by William Stafford is a contemporary poem that compares the author’s life to a river. The reader is instilled with a strong sense of nostalgia, placidity, and introspection as Stafford reflects on his past and the meaning of his actions and life. The theme of this piece is life and its relative pace, similar to a river which is used as an ongoing metaphor Stafford introduces himself early on because this work is a conversation between the author and the reader. In the first stanza, Stafford

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  • The Factors That Influenced Me

    letter to Clemson, the choice was abundantly clear and I began my first semester of college last fall. Despite being unaware of the factors or causes thats had influenced me at the time, I have realized that there were many sociological factors that impacted my decision to become a Tiger. The two factors that influenced me the most to attend Clemson were my family and my class. Both my father and uncle attended Clemson as well as my grandfather who also played football for the University. With

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  • Reading Is Not A Big Deal For Me

    reading is fascinating and for many other is just awful, for me, reading is just like another activity I could do in my free time when it relates to my likes. Writing is a complicated as it is to have the correct grammar usage and punctuation, which are essential to an excellent essay. Personally, reading is not a big deal for me but writing is hard I really dislike the fact that I have to write essays for school and it is really hard for me to put all the ideas together and get to work on essays.

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  • Nursing Is The Perfect Career For Me

    through the gradual realisation that nursing is the perfect career for me. My main source of inspiration to become a nurse is the inborn desire to help and care for another person in their time of need. I like the idea of being able to work with other healthcare professionals to patients’ well-beings. I am also someone who lives for challenges that push me to become better. I believe that the career of nursing will provide me with endless opportunities to learn and grow not only as a nurse but as

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  • Qualities That Make Me Unique

    that make me unique are my cooperation and independence, the fact that I can be very demanding, my athleticism and my impatience. A lot of people may have some qualities in common, but everybody is their own unique individual. Throughout your life you will start developing and/or losing different qualities that will alter who you are as a person. There are also some qualities that you have as a child that will stick with you throughout your whole life. One trait that has stayed with me ever since

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  • The World And Me Book Review

    Between the World and Me Book Review Ta-Nehisi Coates, an African-American writer and national correspondent for The Atlantic, published his book Between the World and Me in 2015. Ta-Nehisi Coates demonstrates a letter writing format and introduce the thesis of this book with an interview. By using his unique writing style, outstanding using of languages, and narrative form, Coates emphasizes a currently serious issue in American, which is the gap between whites and blacks. Ta-Nehisi Coates

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  • Not Into Me Essay

    good time with your friends since summer vacations are long and boring.I went to have a pleasant time with my friends since I really dint k now how to swim As for my surprise, I saw my friend Derrick, who I thought wasn’t going to come ,but took me as a surprise. See derrick is very special; his is those kinds of guys you absolutely feel attached to because they are gentle and caring, and make up for amazing friend. However, he was not the only one there his “friends” arrived to. I decided to

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  • Writing Is A Personal Experience For Me

    Reflecting WRTG 101 Writing has always been a personal experience for me. I have pages and pages of journal entries from various times throughout my life. Writing used to be an outlet for me to get the thoughts out of my head that I didn’t quite understand, or even a way to freeze a moment in time. My writing has always had such a personal voice on it that I would get negative remarks through high school. The teacher would tell me, “amazing writing, but you write as if you are speaking”. In turn, I

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  • Literacy Is A Struggle For Me

    Literacy has always been a struggle for me. As my vision lowered so did my motivation for literacy. When I could see words clearer, I gained the importance of literacy.When my vision was at its worse, I would love it when my mom would read me stories, made me feel alive. In second grade, I was having the most trouble with literacy. After countless surgeries I could see the words clearer. Sadly, by that time I was in middle school, I was already behind in English and reading classes. In high school

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  • Not Everything Around Me Is Good

    Not everything around me is as good as it seems. I use to see the world in black and white where everything has a right and wrong and nothing inbetween. Now, don 't get me wrong, I know bad things happen all the time and some people have it worse than I did. This my story and how I see the world as it is now. One of my favorite authors once wrote ¨Monster are real, ghost are real too, they live inside of us and sometimes they win¨ Stephen King. My depression began when I was about 10 or 11 years

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