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...dmission. What doesn’t kill you make you stronger, I was abused, raped, maltreated and even tortured but it didn’t define who I am, instead it made me stronger, I don’t wait for people to do things for me, I work hard to achieve my dream. I am nice loving and compassionate person; I trust people but am cautious when it comes to my children, I don’t want to be my parents who were naïve to life. I work at the Medical Center of Aurora as a Personal Care Tech (CNA) and, am wonderful at it; my academic goal is to earn a degree in nursing and Colorado Christian University is a respectable place to do that. This academic advancement will help me develop myself in health care, it will equip more in my professional field, it will not only give me the privilege to take more appropriate care of my sick patient but it will also give me a better platform to provide for my family.
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