Discuss an accomplishment or event, formal or informal, that marked your transition from childhood to adulthood within your culture, community, or family.
My Life Story
I have always been a shy girl for as long as I can remember. In elementary school, I only spoke when I was called out to speak. During class presentations, anxiety and panic always took control of me as I listened carefully to hear my name. Though, as a norm of such lessons, everyone would do at least one presentation, this was always a breaking point on my side. I was a kind of a person who could only respond to questions and keep numb. This fact complicated my urge to make friends. Even though I did very well in academics, loneliness was all over me. I remained invisible, blending in-between the background. Being shy, I was always burning from inside as no one noticed me. Such kind of a personality was both physiological and psychological tormenting. I always felt lonely, yet surrounded by people. Over the years, my desire was to be able to blend well with my peers.
Realizing that I was not growing any young; physically, physiologically and academically, I started my journey for a change. My dream was to build my confidence, increase my self-esteem and be courageous. Upon completing high school, I went back to my drawing board and analyzed the best strategies for addressing my weaknesses. There came a chance, where youths had a rowing (crew) competition, and I was among the team. Rowing is all about teamwork efforts. But I did find myself too timid to inquire about anything. Unfortunately, this did not take lo…
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