after a long time, i came back to america. filled with anxiety, joy, and tension of how my life was going to fit in this new world. i left my four best friends and headed on to a new path of life. at first, my life was on rocks and then after a while things fell into place. after i scrutinize why things were't going as they should've i realized i didn't believe in myself. i always compared my life to others saying " ooohhh she has popular friends" , " she is popular, her life must be amazing " and with all that pessimism i couldn't cope with my life. i had low self-esteem and was too embarassed to talk about it. i told my best friend daphnie and she told me " you don't have to worry. once people know the real awesomeness in you. they'll be dying to be your friend" and now i am a happy person with lots of friend i harbor love for. being popular is nothing to look up to. there is a much bigger significant life ahead and that life is full of hope and you can live that life fight. when there is no more hope all you can just do is hope for more hope. life isn't a sunshine everyday there has to be rain cause without that rain we would all be ungrateful. Always believe in yourself.don't focus on the minors in life look at what's much bigger and brighter and live that. YOU ONLY HAVE ONE LIFE. only you can be you. my whole point is just to say don't care what other's might say about who you are, how you dress or if you don't have swag. wake up every morning knowing that there is a tomorrow.
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