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  • What I Learned How To Accept My Future

    I had visited once, only a few weeks before I had left. I had sold most of my stuff to even afford a flight ticket to check it out. I only knew two people in Colorado. I had met them while I was stationed in Germany, they were my adoptive parents. They took me in when I had no one. I never had a great relationship with my actual parents. I had come out as transgender when I was 20 and ever since things had gone downhill. These two individuals not only listened but they let me stay for a month or two when I first got to the state. When I visited I had felt like I was at home. They took me to Manitou Springs, I met people that understood my circumstances and welcomed me. Being, a transgender man I never really felt safe, especially in North Carolina. I was always afraid of being found out about and when I got to Colorado I was welcomed for being myself. My adoptive parents helped me come out of my shell to make this…

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  • Personal Narrative: Shylynn In A Basketball Team

    had one tournament left to play and it was in the gym my school was very proud of. After the winning spike smacked the court floor and our fans roared I celebrated with my teammates but quickly felt dissatisfied that ShyLynn didn’t get to share the glory our team got after we had won. Instead, she had to stay at home, sick with the stomach flu. At least, that is what we all had thought. My parents as well as ShyLynn’s Aunt, Melinda found me on the floor and congratulated me with forced smiles…

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  • Narrative Essay On Kindergarten

    preschool. Here I had to write sentences about things and had to do it fast (well faster than what seemed like a reasonable amount of time for me). Stations was the worst, we went around the room in groups to different stations some of them were ok, but there was always at least one station that needed me to write. All the other kids had no problem with it except for me. I always got so flustered by writing that I would try to avoid writing until the very last minute where I would hastily…

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  • Cherry Valance: A Narrative Fiction

    since the gang was all together in one place. Soda left and went to Florida to win Sandy back about 1 year after Dally and Johnny died. Him and Sandy have a daughter named Sugar now. At first I thought it was a little weird that they decided to name her that, but the moment I met her I knew the name suited her, she was sweet just like sugar. Cherry goes to a local college around here somewhere. I can’t remember exactly where but she’s close enough that we hang out almost every weekend and watch…

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  • Personal Narrative: Is It Worth The Pain?

    The pain of this memory still lingers in the darkest crevices in my mind. Divorce! The word to me seems so grotesque and evil; however this cruel word became a reality for me when I was sixteen years old. Family has been always one of the most important aspects in my life, my life and the world as I knew it died. Nevertheless, I still find myself wishing my parent’s were back together, I understand that it is selfish to wish this, but I can’t help but close my eyes and imagine this image of my…

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  • Narrative Essay On A Divorced Family

    parents, not towards me, but towards each other. I can’t stand it, the way they look at each other, the way they talk or act towards each other just irks me. I don’t blame my mother for ditching my father, who could? He was a dirty old, good-for-nothing, scumbag. Since he has left us, he hasn’t even given my mother and I a second thought. Since the divorce, I usually go to my father’s apartment on the weekend. The only reason I visit him is because my mother believes that I need a father figure…

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  • Integrating Stages In Relationships

    attracted to each other, we were able to disclose with one another, we were similar, and thought we loved one another. We had known each other prior to the relationship but were only friends through church. Our relationship ended about a month ago due to the amount of arguing that was occurring. After analyzing our relationship, I realized that we touched each of these stages, initiating, experimenting, intensifying, integrating, differentiating, circumscribing, stagnating,…

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  • Becoming A Successful Experience-Personal Narrative

    I’m sure everyone has learned a lesson or two in their lifetime there is doubt about it. There is one lesson that I recall quite well. This just so happens to be the first time I have been pulled over by an officer. Something that will never happen to me again. This is the most embarrassing thing that has ever happened to me to this current date. I am not sure how anyone else would feel in this situation, but here goes my experience. My friend Kayla and I decided that we wanted to adventure to…

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  • Personal Narrative: Working At Jolly's Donuts

    In an unusual set of circumstances, I found myself both off from work and without my boys, on a Saturday and with absolutely no plans. Becoming bored by the afternoon, with no distractions, nothing worth watching on TV, and a desire to make a meal that didn't include hot dogs, I decided to invite Joe over for dinner. I met Joe at shortly after I started working at Jolly's Donuts. The place was so new they barely had a functional kitchen, and Joe had been called in to install the industrial…

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  • School: One Of The Worst Places For Me To Be?

    School is one of the worst places for me to be. It 's a place full of strangers and stress. Teachers throw all of this work at you, and each of them expect you to have it done. But they never stop to think about the individual. They don 't think about what 's going on with their students and whether or not they are capable of doing the work. Yes, you may be physically capable of it, but no one cares if you 're mentally capable. cafe People don 't care how you 're really doing. They may ask but…

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