My Life Autobiography

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Autobiography It was my birthday when I found out that we were moving for sure. My world felt like it was just crashing down. Things my parents said echo throughout my head. “Washington was never any good for anyone,” and “Iowa is a dead state anyway, there’s nothing here for you.” I was sitting back, hoping no one would notice the tears that were flooding my eyes. There were at least ten thoughts going through my mind at once. I couldn’t believe what was happening to me. This was my home; this was where I had grown up. When my parents broke the news to me, I knew my life would never be the same. I wouldn’t get to visit my friends, or my family as often as I’d like anymore. So I thought. The next couple months after that my older sister,…show more content…
It was making me sick. I couldn’t sleep, I couldn’t eat, I couldn’t even focus on my school work. I was so close to failing everything. My heart was sinking farther and farther down. It was almost as if I had been poisoned. I was shutting down. My heart couldn’t take all the emotions I was feeling. It was then I realized to make anything better for myself I had to open up to my sister and explain everything my heart and mind was thinking about. Later, after I had opened up to my sister, we talk about it all. She made me realize she didn’t do it because she felt obligated to, but she did it because she wanted to. Suddenly, it feels as if the weight of the world had been lifted off my shoulders. I could feel what it was to laugh again. She wanted me here as much as I wanted to be here and I wouldn’t trade the hardships with my sisters over anything. After all the talks my sister had with me, she was no longer my sister, and was no longer my caregiver, she was my best friend. This is something that had never occurred to me before. It was terrifying. I had never really been one to open up to anyone. In my family, silence was key to everything. That’s always how I’ve been taught to get through
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