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    dots Submission Name: A glimse of highschooldots

    Author: marray proetus
    ASL Info:    100/F/no where
    Elite Ratio:    3.9 - 24/32/30
    Words: 298
    Class/Type: Misc/Misc
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       Alright these are just my current emotions. I'm not in depression or anything. It just feels good to let out my inner screaming.

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    dotsA glimse of highschooldots

    Lifeís just a struggle, especially high school. I never thought that I would end up like a character on a tv showÖ.having embarrassing moments, not making friends, trying to talk to people, but people donít seem to hear or see you, making fun of you behind your back, being rude and mean. I also find out to be more irritated lately by giggly girls and boys swearing constantly for 10 minutes. I just want to shout out them to shut their mouths, but I just sit there waiting for my turn to get off the bus or for them to go away. I feel insecure walking down the hallway. I canít explain how much I desire to be confident and walk with my head high and greet people. Instead Iím silent constantly fighting with my inner demons like possible rejection and the respect of no one. I try to care about people, though it seems it doesnít warm themÖbecause they forget about me the instant one of their friends appear. I am a no oneÖIím the blank space which people stare into but never see. I stick out raw like a thumb because of my ethnicity in a white population of teens and teachers. Iím proud of my culture and proud of who Iím. I just wish that others could see me for ďmeĒ and sometimes not for that culture. I donít want to be just the smart or quiet girl. I want them to see ďmeĒ. Iím tired of being seen as boring and mature. Sometimes I want to let loose and be a kid who can laugh freely and not be afraid of the consequences. My struggles against the chains that bind me are never ending. Will I ever be able to truly find my place?

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      Your piece sounds like my first year of high school. its hard, teenagers suck, and sometimes i thank God that this is my last year.
    This may sound a bit rediculous coming from someone that you dont know, but take it from me because ive been there. These are a few of my tips to make high school a better place for you to be:

    1. Join a club, any club! could be chess, debate team, human rights based groups, environmental club, anything!!!!! Being involved will give you a sense of purpose in school, other then just going to class. It also lets you meet people who are kind of like you.

    2. Never be something you are not. This is especially hard, and goes on most of the time without reward. (or at least visual reward!) eventually, doing your own thing will win peoples respect, even if you arent friends. this year.

    3. be proud of who you are. you can walk through the hallway, and smile at people, make eye contact, do not let yourself fall into the back ground, dont let people push you around. You are less likely to be pushed around if you show confidence. eventually, it will be natural for you to walk around with a smile on and not only will it make you happier, it will make other people around you smile to.

    4. Stay neutral and do not participate in viscious rumors or hurtful experiences.

    Listen, i was the quiet girl, totally depressed and not involved with anything. last year in grade 11 i took my stand, and was part of the environmental club, the human rights group, the youth education against harassment group, i made the cheerleading team, was editor in chief of the news paper...

    and even though im not popular, everyone knows me now, and everyone sees me as a person who demands respect.
    beware of people trying to tear you down, because they will always be there. dont be afraid to fail, because the greastest people who succeed in the world, also have the greatest failurees because they take the most chances.

    lovin always
    | Posted on 2008-09-10 00:00:00 | by DanceADream | [ Reply to This ]

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