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Usually when people write about those they find more admirable andinspirational in their lives they write about great heroes parents orelders whom they look up to However te person who has had the mostsignificant influence on me and my life is my younger brother whos 9years old Rayan Before his birth I was the youngest child of sex Iwas Daddys Little Girl and was used to getting most of the attentionWhen I found out I was going to have a little brother I wouldnt say Iwas the most estatic child We moved to New York City from suburbanKenya and things couldnt be more different I had to adjust to boththe new enviroment and a new member in the Shannak Family who hadstolen all the attention from me too quickly it was a massivetransformation for an 8 year old girl However i grew extremely close to my baby brother I spent so muchtime with him his first word wasnt mama or papa but my name Asmonths passed and I took him to the park amongst other children his ageI became skeptical of my brother I became frustrated with him for notbeing able to speak or do what other kids his age had begun to do longbefore him Teaching him was difficult and I grew impatient I got angrywith him and I didnt understand why he was the way he was When he was about three years old I didnt stop asking Why cant hetalk like other kids his age can Why cant he play like the otherkids do I spent less and less time with him as the frustration grewOne day when I was about ten my father pulled me aside and explained tome that my brother wasnt like all the other kids I constantly comparedhim to he had a mental disorder called Down Syndrome I had no idea what that was so i researched my brothers syndrome butI still couldnt entirely understand
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