The Importance Of Homeschooling

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Since my birth on March 31, 1997, there have been many events that have shaped me to be the person I am today. There have been exciting events, and there have been some events that have shaken me to the core, but I know without a doubt that I would not be the person I am today had any of these events not occurred. As a little girl, I was painfully shy, and I did my best to stay out of the spotlight. My timid personality allowed others to form opinions about how social I was going to be when I grew up. Because I never wanted to draw attention to myself, I allowed others to overlook me and my abilities as well. However, when I was about five years old, one way I began to come out of my shell was when I went to Disney World for the first time. …show more content…
So in second grade, I began to homeschool. Homeschooling was one of the best decisions my family ever made. Through homeschooling, I was able to overcome my shyness in a way that I do not believe I ever would have had I remained in public school. I gained such a confidence through homeschool, and although it made me “weird”, “awkward”, or “strange” to my friends in public school, homeschooling also provided me with opportunities to participate in sports, art, and other experiences that were not afforded to me through public …show more content…
He was truly my “first love”. He always gave me a sense of contentment, and I always felt life nothing could ever hurt me when I was with him. Little did I know that he would be the one to break my heart two years later. When he told me that he wanted to break-up, I was devastated. The one who brought me feelings of safety and joy was the very one who ended up making me feel rejected, lonely, and insecure. This experience taught me that the very people who you believe would never hurt you are the very ones who can break your heart the

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