Life In Middle School

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You can’t judge a book by its cover
Through the past years of transitioning from the middle school to the high school, I 've faced a lot of obstacles, came across many problems, and have gone through many phases. The main problem I’ve faced as a teenager is dealing with my social life. The problem most teenagers encounter in the middle school and high school years.
The first day of middle school I felt mature. I didn’t want my parents to come to school with me like they when I was younger. All the older kids were at the school and I didn’t want to be embarrassed. Though I told my mom all of that, she still came in with me. The students laughed, but Adriana, my friend, didn 't; she understood what it felt like to be humiliated. As weeks go by, Adriana and I became closer. We both played basketball, and all of our teammates were close. My teammates were like sisters I never had. As the end of the season approaches, rumors started to spread. Rumors were said about how Adriana supposedly said impolite things about me. Of course, I believed it, any other teenage girl would 've
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The start of high school everyone told me, “Your friends in middle school will no longer be your friends in high school.” I disagreed at the time because all of us were close, and declared that we wouldn 't let anything come between us. The first semester went well, and all my friends and I were on the Principal’s List, however, Mariana wasn 't. Mariana didn 't come around as much as she did before. She started maturing faster than us. I was concerned because I was like the bandage of our friends; I was always healing and protecting. Mariana began to hang with other people and put us aside. She was more of a nonchalant person, so she didn’t care that we were concerned. By the end of the school year, it was a lot of animosity. Mariana and I had a physical altercation resulting the animosity. Afterward, we talked and she told me she never intended for that to happen, and she just wanted to be
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