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    Life Changing Experience Death. To people it means many different things. Some people may not think anything of it, until it strikes close to them. I know before I had my father pass away, I never thought once about it. When I first heard of my dad dying, it made me sad. I was ten or eleven, not old enough yet to understand, why someone would want to take their own life. I was crushed when it happened. It was like a part of me was missing, like someone had ripped my heart out and laid a direct

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    First day of the rest of my life, my stomach is in knots and I can’t seem to do anything with my hair. I have all my pens, papers, notebooks and other miscellaneous items stuffed into my brand new blue book bag. My mother is down stairs on the patio drinking her morning tea watching the world wake up. I gave my brand new shoes a quick shine, checked my hair about three more times each time finding something new wrong. Mother yells at me from down stairs. “ You’re going to miss the bus!” The bus

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    Divorce: a personal life changing experience With this ring I thee wed…. For better or worse, for richer or poorer…. Traditionally, two people speak these words on their wedding day, the day that two become one, the day that two people begin a life together and share an unbreakable union. This may be so in some cases but not all. Divorce among Americans is rampant. In society today divorces are as common as marriages themselves. Couples meet, date, fall in love, marry, and have children and then

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    A Life Changing Experience The experience of the APEC Youth Science festival was incredible. It has had an enormous impact on me in many ways, changing the way I look at the world and connecting me with people and events far beyond my formerly limited experience. I am extremely glad to have had this opportunity. It was a wonderful experience on multiple levels. It challenged me and expanded me intellectually and socially. I feel that this experience has had an immense impact on me. Through

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    Life Changing Experience About one year ago I had a life changing experience, a trip to a little town called Kerry on the outskirts of Dublin, Ireland. It was the most beautiful place that I have ever seen. Being in the presence of such beauty helped me see life from a different perspective. I was just going to be happy, appreciate what I have, be open-minded, not take anything for granted, and love everyone and everything. When I came back from Ireland I was truly happy, nothing could

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    Life Changing Experience On a cool Saturday evening, a couple of neighborhood friends and I was outside playing a game of kickball. As we played, laughter and excitement filled the air as we ran from base to base. While playing an abnormal pain struck my right eye. I thought maybe it was just a minor pain that will go away. So I proceeded with the game of kickball. After a while the pain began to worsen and I started to get worried. I knew for a fact something wasn’t right so I ran into the house

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    My story starts when I was 9 years old, I was in 6th grade and life was a long quest to adventure and learn new things. I felt like I could do anything and get away with everything, nothing could stop me, well that all changed when I came home from school one day and about an hour or so my dad came home from work, he went straight to his room. When usually he would give me a hug and ask how my day was, so I waited for what seemed like 5 minutes and went back to his room as I asked the question “where

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    parents, I realized that she has been pregnant for about 9 months already. Instantly I jumped off my bed, wearing whatever I found lying on the floor and rushed with my parents to the hospital. Little did I know, I was about to witness a life changing experience later that day, which will make me look at relations differently from that day onwards. Within an hour, we lot reached to the hospital. As my heart throbbing beyond limits, my shoes making hard stomping sounds, I ran through the parking

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    Hidden in the Parentheses It has been 1.42 seconds since I last told a lie (or, more like, omitted the truth). Someone asked me to tell them all about my wonderful summer (again), and I replied with,”It was amazing… a truly life changing experience (but I would appreciate it if you would stop asking me about it because the ever-present lump in my throat starts to hurt every time I talk through unshed tears of nostalgia).” The truth is that I have not gone one day without crying since I left Stanford

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    The Life Changing Experience of Caregiving

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    The Life Changing Experience of Caregiving My interpretation of caregiving and the extensive role a caregiver plays transformed while reading Emily Abel’s novel, Hearts of Wisdom. When interviewing my grandmother, Marjorie Waguespack, her personal experiences reinforced many of the vital factors Abel believes are involved in caregiving. Caregiving includes major rewarding aspects from varying standpoints. Emily Abel wholeheartedly believes, “the three major components of care—instrumental, spiritual

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  • Life-Changing Event

    A life changing event is something that alters a person’s life and/or circumstances in a significant way and causes them to redefine their goals and expectations in life. A life changing experience can appear trivial to others but has a profound psychological, emotional and sometimes physical effect on the person undergoing the change.

    Life changing events can belong to various categories:

    • An action – a high-risk one such as skydiving or climbing a mountain, a relatively nondescript one like participating in a school debate, an altruistic one such as helping a homeless person or visiting an orphanage, disaster-affected area or war hospital
    • A decision –to start a business, to move on from a negative situation, to ask for forgiveness, to change jobs, homes or cities, letting go of people, objects or memories, getting married or divorced, leaving an abusive relationship or getting into one, giving birth to or adopting a child, joining the military
    • An encounter – with someone who inspires or motivates you, a favorite writer or celebrity, a deep conversation with friend, neighbour, family member or even a random stranger
    • A loss – of a job, a home or a loved one, a pet, a significant amount of money, becoming disabled
    • A child leaving home
    • Retirement

    Life changing events can be positive or negative, depending on how you deal with them, but they will definitely shape the rest of your life. Sometimes we embrace and welcome our life changing event, other times we are thrust into it with no choice or warning, dealing with it as best as we can. These events can be sources of wisdom and strength and bring forth the best in you; but they can also crush you with grief and hardship if you let them.

    The following is a collection of essays and papers about life changing events and the various forms these can take

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