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You know Sedef you really should grow your hair back Throughout my life I have been pressured by the people around me to be the person that they want me to be Being the free spirit I am my appearance mindset and behavior are far from societys idea of normal Throughout several years I have come to realize that it is healthier to just be yourself I have also learned to love everyone around me including myself and accept the fact that everyone makes mistakes My journey to self-discovery is a work in progress but the most eventful period began on October 19 1998 It was my first day at Middle School I came into that school confident self-assured and cheerful I left it severely depressed friendless and completely dissatisfied with the person I was When the girl next door convinced me to switch to another Middle School for seventh grade I became virtually obsessed with being accepted by the popular kids It was all I lived and breathed for That fall I met a very sweet guy whom I began dating At first the fact that I was freakishly tall and he was abnormally short had no effect on me However as our relationship progressed I began hearing loads of people remarking that I could find better than him I protested these for a while by saying that I loved him and if there was better than my guy why hadnt they come to me My self-consciousness conquered those weak attempts and in the end I broke up with him Around this time I met a girl my best friend to be who was accepted and rejected by several groups right alongside myself Thanks to our close bond the both of us grew into strong independent young women by the middle of eighth grade I cannot explain how but it was as though the steel pipe that had been banging against
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