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Never have I ever been the person to tear down any of the manywalls Ive put up around myself Every day of my life Ivetried to smile and be as optimistic as I possibly canthatstruely the only thing that gets me through the day WhenI think back every time someone has asked me if I was okayIve always replyed with Yes Someone out in the big world welive in has it much worse When this assignment was first givento me a fewbig events in my life came to mind and I did infacttry to write about every single one of them unfortunetly afterI got the main idea written out I was batteling with myselfabout how I really felt It was like I spent so much timetrying to forget about it that I had lost touch with how itreally even changed me as a person This essay has helped me torealize that I do need to talk about these things and not keepthem bottled up inside There is one big event in my life thatcaused me to start puttingup these enormous brick walls myparents divorceIt was what felt like the coldest day of winter when my mom toldme my father would not be attending christmas at our house Thereason I say house but not home is because at this point myhouse really wasnt a home my father was gone I glanced overat my sister and she was flooded with tears and ran to herroom As I was watching her leave my mind slipped into atrance I began to remember all the fights between the twoadults I loved the most Atonly eight I knew they were callingit quits my life was never the same The foundation to mywalls began I didnt tell anyone about what was going on withmy parents and to this day havent talked about it with anyoneThree very long years later thenext big event of my lifehappened I started to get sick Out of
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