Narrative Essay About Finding Yourself Research Paper

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George Bernard Shaw once said “Life isn’t about finding yourself. Life is about creating yourself”, and from a very young age i knew that i wanted to create someone great , someone strong,someone unlike any other. When my mother found out that she was pregnant with me she had been told that she wouldn 't be able to have any more children ever ! So you see all my life i 've been faced with challenges that i 've overcome , i wasn 't even supposed to be here ! my freshman year in highschool my mother suddenly fell ill and was left partially paralyzed. My mother was a single parent and now with her illness our lives would take a turn for the worst we were faced with many financial hardships. Cars were repossessed groceries became hard to afford …show more content…
I was determined to get back on track as far as my school work and grades were concerned and make my way through high school the way i knew that i could. Towards the end of my Junior year in highschool i found out that i was pregnant i thought that i would have to drop out of high school i was terrified to tell my mom i felt like a disappointment unfortunately I ended up having a miscarriage which sent me into a brief depression. My senior year of high school was finally here and i could see myself walking across that stage i had made it through so much and i was finally going to take another step closer to my future. I had taken all my necessary classes and couldnt wait to start filling out college applications . Once again i found out that i was pregnant but by the time i found out my daughters heartbeat had stopped which made me very sick and resulted in having to be hospitalized and having some surgery due to the complications of the pregnancy and missed miscarriage.getting back to school after recovering from surgery i had missed so much and couldn 't possibly see how i was going to make everything up in enough time to

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