Change In My Life

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I live in Canada now. Moving here was a drastic change in my life as I realized later in the years, but I believe it has been a positive change even though I have had ups and downs. I have seen myself grow as a person in confidence, intellectually and by making new friends. As a child, I was extremely shy and reserved. I never talked to anyone in school and not that much at home either. During my parent-teacher interviews from pre-school up to grade 4, my teachers never had concerns with me academically, but they would ask my mom if I had trouble speaking. I never had trouble speaking, I was just a very reserved child with low confidence. However, after coming to Canada, I felt like I had no choice but to fit in and start making friends and today I still have a long way to go in developing my confidence and social skills, but I can safely say I am a much more confident person than I was five years ago. I love travelling, and I think I get that from my mom. She loves going to new places as you already know because she tells me that you used to take her to new cities whenever you went somewhere. Since I was a child, I have been travelling quite a lot. I love going to new places, each place has its own story to tell, a history and the…show more content…
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