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Graduation is one of the most pivotal moments in a young persons life Most teenagers and young adults are so ready to start there adult lifestyles that they rush through high school and forget to enjoy the exciting moments of their youth High school holds so many memories and encounters that a normal adult would never be able to experience friendships are so very important relationships are way to serious and every little detail is greatly dramatized Unfortunately most students are blind to the fact that life after high school isnt so glamorous Graduation day for most people is the day of freedom but what most people dont realize is graduation day is the day that you become a responsible self-sufficient adult Things change And friends leave Life doesnt stop for anybody stated Patrick from film The Perks of Being a Wallflower Sadly everyone must grow up Graduation day June 12th 2012 was one of the most exciting scary days I have ever experienced I was always the student who hated high school and was going to leave and never return but regardless of my facetious attitude I was the first to cry Even now almost two years later I still get a nauseous feeling when I think of that day the scary realism of growing up I truly dont remember much about that day I remember tossing my cap in the air and hoping I didnt fall flat on my face Of course senior week was fun but when I got back everything was different When a bill came I was responsible when my gas light came on I had to fill it Ive always been a responsible for myself and always earned my own money but when you truly start being an independent adult you realize how hard it is for parents or just to support yourself These things are trivial but when I went to pick up the phone and call my
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