Personal Narrative: A Personal Story That Changed My Life

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I was born in Ridgecrest, California, but raised in Chattanooga, Tennessee. Growing up I was always loved and cared for by pretty much all my family members. All my life I have always been the quiet kid in my family and in school. The only time I’m very vocal is in sports that’s what throughout my life has help me break out of my quiet phase. Growing up I always played the three main sports depending on who you are basketball,baseball, and when I got in 8th grade football. I would say sports really became my life when I was about 8 or 9 years old it always seemed like a security blanket when I was bored and the fact my parents had me signed up every year. To a point my love for sports go too serious to the point it started affecting me academically. In 6th grade my least favorite subject had to be math. Mainly, because I was never really focused on it my main focus was english. Everyone has had that parent that makes a joke how do you not have an A in english and you speak it. My problems with math has always been a weakness in my education especially when later in life science started adding in math equations. I eventually learned to meet my full potential as a scholar changes had to be made.
No matter how good I got a sports and recognized for it math was always a problem for me. At one point I
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Then take a plan or actions to fix your bad habits or issue. Finally, you incorporate the new values and implement them in your everyday routine. I also learned that change and progress doesn’t always come immediately you have to be patient. But my progress came in short time I ended my eleventh grade and senior year without failing any of my classes and I plan to apply these traits along in my college career to keep improving my habits. I think failure is what has helped me get a better understanding of who I am and who I want to

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