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Someday I would like to pursue a career in child psychology Ive always enjoyed helping other people My interest in helping others began in my sophomore year during which I took a class called Teen Leadership The class was structured on a training system in which we had to do activities that tested our abilities to open up to one anotherIn the beginning I remember being committed to not opening up to my classmates but it wasnt me in particular we all were reluctant to change But as the year went on we were put into situations that molded us into one big family I particularly remember this one activity in which we went to a ropes course I entered and immediately said no way I got to the top of the course feeling like I was going to it but my fears got the best of me With a feeling of regret overcoming me I took the steps down My teacher stopped me and saidyoull regret this if you dont go through with this your will to accomplish any obstacle will be determined by this moment here Your abilities and your limitations are only defined by how low you want to set the bar so go I steadily crawled up the stairs and looked across to the other side There were all my classmates all yelling words of encouragement I stood there frozen in time waiting for my heart to stop pulsing I envisioned myself letting go of the cliff that I so desperately clung to and grabbed the rope I snapped out of my trance and closed my eyes I let go of my mind and jumped I realized that I changed my self conception about myself when I changed my self conception it changed my identity and released me from my limitations that were holding me back A few months later I was asked by my teacher to staff in teen leadership
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