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I almost wrote Dont you dare read this Mrs Dunphrey byyour name but just out of habit But it would be pretty stupid tosend you a letter and not let you read it rightBefore you get too excited about me writing I should let youknow that this is a assignment Not for school but from my familytherapist that Matt Mom and I have been seeing everyweekThats right Mom I explainThe therapist Mr Sarcusi saysthat showing your feelings is healthy He says after everything thathas happened I have a reason to feel betrayed He also said thatall teenagers feel betrayed anyway He told to write about myselfand pretend I was talking to someone that didnt know my wholelife story I thought that it was a dumb thing to write about but Iguess I have to do it I did it all last year in your class so I guessits going to be pretty easy I know you keep writing me and sayingto write back so I finally decided toThanks for letting me and Matt sleep on your couch and floorfor those three day when the caseworker couldnt find us a fosterfamily I cant tell you how scared I was when I thought that theywould separate my Matt and I I was so happy when you said Can I take them home with me and when you stood yourgrounds and wouldnt take home for an answer Even yourhusband was pretty cool about taking us in even though I think hethought that he was going to be stuck with us for everDid you know that our caseworker decided to send us Dadsparents you know the ones that we never ever met They live in Florida First I didnt think that was a great idea Look how Dadturned out How could they be good parents And if they didntwants to see us for the last fifteen years why are they going towant us living with them now I dont
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