The Importance Of Growing Up

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Did your life force you to grow up? I remember being 4 years old and praying to god that I get older faster. I always wanted money in my wallet like my dad, so I can buy my own candy. I recall crying at the age of 8 because my mom said I was not old enough to wear her red lipstick. At that moment, all I wanted was to be tall, big and grown so that I could make my own choices and live life my way. My wishes did come true, but it is like the wish granted by a bad genie, he tricked me. The universe seems to take away a part of you as it grants your wishes. I grew up. Then I realized, growing up is not just reaching adulthood, maturing or having to be responsible. Growing up is losing innocence and having to search for happiness! Growing up is not just having to pay bills and obeying the law, it is finding out that there is nothing good in this world because betrayal, cheating and being let …show more content…
Every single day is ticking away, and every day I am aging without even registering it. It seems exhausting to fulfill all these obligations that are self-derived. Growing up is giving a chance. Having 365 bad days and hoping tomorrow will be better. This is the only choice I have. Since I find the world so twisted, and the people act so self-absorbed. I decided I want to pursue my life as a psychiatrist, I want to learn how the mind of humanity works and how it goes wrong, this is my way of searching for answers for how and where I went wrong. Growing up is knowing you can make things better. Forgive your past and have hope in your future. I know I have grown

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