Personal Narrative: How Middle School Changed My Life

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Middle school changed my perspective on how I view things, like for example; how we were all once or are going to be super immature .Getting bullied for having acne or being laughed at because I didn't smoke. “It could be a wild force of a undoubtedly they will influence you to not only loosen up but possibly become consummately liberated”(Armstrong, 87). I tried to fit in almost every group there was in middle school to figure out where I belonged. By the end of eighth grade I figured out that I don’t need people’s opinion in order to live my life, I should not care what people think about me. My own opinion of myself started to matter more. By becoming the wolf of my own pack, everything started to feel extraordinary. I felt as if I were

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