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Things happen for a reason there called Life Lessons They are taught in various situations in the least place you expect them to happen For me one of the main places was school As student we look at school as just place to get an education but fail to realize it is more than that We meet different types of people with all different types of lifestyles When I got to college I realize everybodys journey maybe different but we all share one goal and thats to SUCCEED As I was sitting in my first class freshmen year of college I reflected back to my senior year of high school I never thought the things they taught you in high school about college would be trueobviously I was wrong College is really the first step into adulthood no more parental guidance Although my senior year of high school wasnt the greatest it had a huge impact in my life I learned so much about myself from my weakness to my strengths My final year was pretty hectic It was so stressed after a while my appearance began to show it I was pretty much hopeless I didnt care about my education all I wanted was to be alone I never attend classes I worked all the time my body weight dropped drastically and I had loss of appetite At this time in my life I felt pressure the need to become more independent My ideal of being independent was slowly breaking me I thought if I worked and save enough money I could run away a start my life I didnt want to deal with the amount of family issues that I was going through So I worked hard every day and saved My household neglected me everybody was focus on themselves nobody ever knew what I was up too they just looked at me as a failure Eventually I began to realize I was
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