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... assimilated. I began being difficult with my parents for four years. I’d pick up fights with them and do the complete opposite of what they told me to do. I became very uncooperative, I wanted to be miss independent and do my own thing. Years go by when I finished middle school and began going to Douglas Freeman High School. Because of one big incident I had my freshman year, my parents made one of the most unfair and unexpected decisions I have ever experienced.
It hit me that I was such a mean and uncooperative person and I didn’t want to be like that. I ended up my senior year at Trinity absolutely loving it to this day. Trinity has such an amazing and welcoming environment and a place with no flaws. This experience made me realize that at first I hated it there to completely loving it at the very end. I was finally able to establish roots here and call it home.
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