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Untainted EyesWhen you think of your childhood and the significant role models that you secretly aspire to be normally these thoughts are similar amongst you and those close in your age group During my childhood a young girls typical ambitions were to get as far as possible in school and then ultimately find a man to marry and with whom to have children This is an image that I secretly frowned upon growing up in West Palm Beach Florida Sitting in a room with my mother who is the proud mother of 4 and has 2 unwed daughters both of whom are under 25 and have one or more children was the turning point in my life Starring into their eyes and telling them I had decided to go off to college knowing inside that my decision insulted them and all the friends I left behind My mother freely expressed her disgust that I would ever think I was better than her and the aimless aspirations she had for my life The loud vulgar outbursts and hurtful comments I endured that Sunday are what keep me pushing forward and never looking backNova Southeastern University was my first experience stepping out and seeing the world with untainted eyes As I walked up the stairs to my dorm room I could feel the toxic air blow out my body and a breath of new life enter my lungs I became more rejuvenated every day away from Palm Beach CountyHowever while my grades were up to par my financial circumstance fell short I received a denial letter for my loan to pay for school and this action alone took away every dream I had ever dreamt in a matter of seconds Yet that letter would have nothing on the call I would have to make to my mom saying hey you were right and this life was not meant for me In a room with the
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