The Role Of Models Of A Young Age Essay

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Around a young age I did not have many role models that actually succeeded in school. The majority of them ended up dropping out because they said that they we’re not capable of doing it. So you can say that I was pretty much clueless as to what I was going to do with my life. There was no one around at home to help me with the work that I did not understand, and because of this I struggled to grasp things that others may have found that task very simple. Although I struggled with these things I did not allow that to prevent me from succeeding. When I was younger I always thought that I had the perfect life. A nice home, two loving parents, as well as three loving siblings. That was soon cut short when my parents split. My mother and siblings left from Bakersfield, and came to the valley. During the early years that we lived here my older sister left to Mexico, shortly followed by my older brother, but he was deported. This just left my younger sister and I. Between those years my sister and I we never in an elementary school for more than a year and a half. By the time I hit middle school my mom decided that she wanted to go to Texas to find some employment, but with little success we shortly ended up back here. When we finally came back from Texas, I found myself having a way more difficult time adjusting to a new school. The school that I went to was both a middle school and high school, so some of my classes (i.e. P.E., dance, etc.) were mixed in with some older…

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