Small things that someone else could easily do are much worse, especially if they involve strangers. I do not know why I struggle so much to do these kinds of activities, but it has made doing my job a lot more difficult, considering most people do not understand why. Even at my new
In my foteen years of life i have missed many oppurtinies. I have missed many new experiences. I may regret some and might not even remember most. Some oppurtunities could have helped me advance mentally, physcsly or helped me in other ways, but i did not take them. Regretting events is not good for anyone or anything, because then you over think and feel even more angry at yourself and you wish you could go back and change your decision.
An eager Freshman takes their first steps into the Commons on Link Day. They look around at the green and silver painted walls, swallowing the lump that formed in their throats from the uncertainty of what their first day of high school will be like. Among the unfamiliar faces around them, the new Freshman looks frantically for the familiar faces of their friends; for some sort of reassurance that they’re not alone in this new environment. Every year, floods of Freshmen and new teachers join Conifer High School. Although Conifer’s Lobos do their best to welcome the newest editions to the pack, joining a new school, meeting new people, and adjusting to high school life can put loads of stress and pressure on the shoulders of Freshmen and teachers.
When it was the popular opinion to do so, I hated Rachel, same for Courtney, Stephanie, Megan, and the like. I don't even know if I even actually hated them, but I always would go on about it, like I was convincing myself. And as I said before, pettiness is one of my defining traits. I always shrink a bit on the inside whenever someone comments about how Megan is the negative side of the Piscean personality and I'm the better one. I'm no better than she is(heh, probably much worse actually), I'm just quieter, and I cover myself better.
The transition from middle school to high school was a big change for me. The 3 reasons why the transition was a big change for me was because I don't have classes with my friends, I don't have effective teachers, and my curfew was extended when I entered high school. Having to adapt to this change has been hard for me, but slowly I am getting used to it. Having different classes from my friends is one of the reasons why the transition from middle school to high school was a big change for me. For example, in middle school, I had all my class with my best friends.
As a freshman the transition was some what difficult for me. These are somethings I think would be good to new for the middle schoolers that are tranistioning into highschool. First keep organized. I can 't stress that enough because if you don 't you will lose things really easy and become a real mess. Another thing is a personal opinion but I don 't think that going to your locker every passing period is a good idea.
This is the story of me being a bystander for my own benefit. Back when I was in high school I used to change schools often due to my family moving. But after we settled in our new house, I joined an English high school and it was my first time at an English school. Everybody there happened to be so friendly and very helpful. This was very different to me because my past schools’ I was always the “new kid” that was not wanted around much, so having to be the center of attention in the new place with everybody wanting to know me and introduce me around was very pleasing and I never wanted it to end.
I don 't like them, I didn 't like them when they happened and I certainly don 't like them on rewind and repeat. Anyway, that 's where I 've been today. No other shoe dropped that I 'm aware of, although I was certainly waiting for it. Clearly, that was a waste of my time. If you have ever dealt with anxiety, don 't you think that might be the most frustrating part of all?
Instead I quit because I thought I wasn't good enough and I wished I was as good as my male cousins. I’ve found myself struggling to sport my opinions in front of people, to share my creative thoughts despite my extrovert character and bold sense of humor. Instead I’ve mastered becoming really observant. I tend to hold onto my feelings which eat me up inside emotionally. And no matter how desperate I am to