Being Adopted

Pages: 2 (587 words) Published: January 3, 2013
Being adopted is always tough, I've had many traumatic events that affected my life , but these events happened for a reason. Without them I wouldn't be who I am today. To begin with, I got adopted when I was very young. My biological mom didn't t take very good care of me, and my siblings and we were all close to death from malnutrition. My adopted mom took me, and my siblings in and nursed us back to health. Growing up was pretty tough. My brother and I always fought. My adopted dad wasn't very nice to my siblings and me, which made our home life very tough. My adopted mother went through many husbands and none of them treated my siblings and I right. They would get violent and I can remember some very scary moments in my childhood. Sometimes I still have nightmares from my childhood. I ask myself if I really deserved to go through that. Now I'm trying to leave it in the past and move on. Throughout the years we moved around a lot. I went to many different schools as a kid. So far Huntsville high has been the longest school I've attended. Moving schools was always tough and my living conditions weren't t the best. I don't really have one house that I grew up in. I lived in many different places with my siblings and adopted mom. I never really had a permanent childhood best friend. When my brother and I weren't fighting we would end up playing and making up ridiculous games because we were always grounded. For a while Erica Mayes came and lived with us due to family issues, and that was always fun. We were always doing ridiculous things to keep ourselves entertained. High school has been a good run so far. Junior year I met Gena, and we became great friends. Junior year I had a great group of friends. I was always grounded so I had to sneak around and plan ways to get away from the house to hang out with them. I always got my phone taken away and out of boredom I taught myself how to put...
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