Eleanor Roosevelt Be Yourself Analysis

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Be Yourself “No one can make you feel inferior without your consent.” These words by Eleanor Roosevelt mean that you can be who you want to be and people can only make feel ashamed about it if you let them. Her words reflect well on my story because I felt this way my freshmen year of high school. My first year of high school was already nerve-wrecking because I didn’t know anybody so I was trying to make friends. I didn’t want to stand out and be the girl everyone talks about so I stayed silent. I learned towards the end of my freshman year and the start of my sophomore year that I should just be myself. If people were really my friends, then they would accept me as I am. I realized I shouldn’t change myself to be something different. I

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