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...lling behind in her classes because she never had time for homework was a good decision and saving my body from deteriorating was the best decision I had ever made for myself
Now I am confident with myself I don 't have to hide my true personality with people and hiding what really want to say. I have conversations with random people every day before I would only talk to friends or family. I can be myself around others and not be embarrassed by the situations happening around me. I learn new things about myself every day and now I have no problem talking to my peers around me. Now I can say I’m confident with myself and knowing this helps me get through the tough situations. Before I was afraid of being judged by what I did or said but now I don 't have a care in the world about what people think I’m a confident woman learning how to live life in the real world.
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