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Moving from one city to another city can often be very difficult for a child The reason for this is that you arent just moving to a different city Youre moving to a different atmosphere school group of friends and neighbors Luckily for me moving was the best thing that could have ever happened to me I grew up in the city of Berkley MI I went to school there I made friends there I played sports there I was at home there But in December of 1990 when I was in 3rd grade my parents decided to move our family me and my three sisters to Hazel Park When we heard about it we were absolutely against it I didnt want to start all over in a new place I was happy where I was and was not thrilled at all about leaving it all behind As I began to get used to this new city I realized that yes Hazel Park is very different from Berkley but in a good wayAlong with the many differences there are many similarities between these two cities They are both about the same size city with a sort of small town environment They both have about the same amount of people living in them Both cities high schools have about the same amount of students attending them Families in the two cities are the same middle class type families It seems as though many people have the opinion that Berkley is a much nicer city than Hazel Park but when you break it down there are significant differences many of which actually favor Hazel ParkFirst of all at age 9 kids in Berkley were already starting to smoke and experiment with drugs In Hazel Park it wasnt until I reached High School that this became an issue I am convinced that had I stayed in Berkley I would have certainly gone downhill in that department because many
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