Hardships In The Glass Castle, By Jeannette Walls

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The Glass Castle by Jeannette Walls deals with hardships with what she went through in her life. Life is just a big game in my eyes. For example things come unexpectedly that will knock you down over and over again, and it how you respond and react to the struggles that bring all of the success. So remember, that it’s not about how hard life hits, it’s about how many times you can get up, shake it off, and move forward in your life. That to me is the key to growing up successful. Like the Glass Castle, I have had hardships of my own.
Growing up as a kid I went to Northview and Bigelow Hill in Findlay, Ohio. I was very popular at both of those schools, when I got home from school one day my parents had sat my brothers and I down in the living
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Football season blew by and I was so upset that I won’t ever play again, But now that I am where I am at right now I really just can’t wait to get out of here. Annoyed and ready to want to leave all the high school drama that there is. I am excited to start my adult life in college to become a physical therapist assistant, working home care and living in Florida. But for right now im stuck here in Findlay, Ohio where my parents just told me they are getting a divorce. Through All the hardships in my life this one is definitely the hardest on me and my whole family. I remembered a quote from a book called the Glass Castle that I really took to heart and I use that as motivation to keep my mindset on my goals and not let the bad things distract me from what I want in life. The quote that has changed this mindset was “Things usually work out in the end."
"What if they don 't?"
"That just means you haven 't come to the end yet.”
― Jeannette Walls, The Glass Castle
This quote helped me feel better and concentrate for my better future. I just want the people that read this to know everyone goes through hardships, and there is an ending to the pain and sadness you feel now. I’ve come to realize sulking won’t get me anywhere and I need to move on and become who I want to be, and this quote helped me do
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