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Being raised in a family whereby everything rotated around only the family members was a difficult situation for me that had affected my way of relating to people. Coming to a college away from home, however, has made me a new person, I have learned a lot about people how they react to certain things, what they like and why they do the things they do. It has also made me understand many things that happened in my past, and understand why my mother brought us up the way she did and why my parents made the decision to divorce. I believe the exposure that I have gotten from being in college and being away from home is very valuable and will help me all through my life. The people I have made solid friendships with will be my friends for the better part of my life. The misery of San Diego will no longer affect me.
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