Psy 230 Personal Narrative

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Laura Munger

PSY/230

4/22/2012

Instructor Koenig

Personal Narrative

Personal Narrative 1
I think the younger you are, the more dramatically different you are from each year to the next. Infancy through young adulthood holds so many milestones and life-changing events. Those are the years when you can really tell how a person has changed since the year before. I think the difference between age 1 and 2, 12 and 13, 19 and 20, etc, is so much greater than 34 and 35, 46 and 47, 80 and 81, etc. For me, the past 5 years have been from ages 37 to 42. If you had asked me what the meaning of life was at a younger age, I probably could not have told you. I still can not probably tell you the answer to that question. Can anyone truly answer that question? Everyone has a different meaning to life that is their very own. As a teenage, like most teenagers, I thought I knew it all and had control of my life and it's direction, and found out I was wrong. I had made some mistakes on my life journey but I had learned from them. I became a mother at the young age of 18 which put my life in a whole new direction. Did I lose my youth? Yes. Would I have changed it? No. I ended up having three children by the time I was 23. That was the time when I thought my life had true meaning. I had three little human beings that depended on me for everything. Did I make mistakes along the way? Yes, what young mother doesn't? As they grew, I grew with them. At the age of 32 I went down the wrong path of life for awhile and ended up in prison over drugs. I had never in a million years thought that I would end up there. I guess after losing both of my parents with in a year and a half in my late 20's, that put me over the edge. I got involved with the wrong people and started down a path of destruction. After losing everything, including my freedom, it was time to make a change. I now sit here 10 years later and look...
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