On December third, I got ready to come to United State. My bags were in order and my passport with me. The time did not run that was not a piece of cake to me since I wanted to see my family. I went to the airport and I waited five hours on it. When I arrived to Washington D.C, I was enthusiastic. My family was waited me at the airport. When I saw my family, I ran to them and I hug them. It was amazing feelings. My family and I were happy because we finally were together. My father was registration me on VCU. Now I am studying English Language Program after that I will complete my degree to biomedical engineering. I have the best teachers in the world teach my English. This is the last semester in English that will be difficult for me since
The aftermath of an auto accident can be devastating. The catastrophic injuries that are caused by an accident can have a negative effect on one's quality of life. Many people cannot work after an accident because of their injuries. They are also left with medical bills that they cannot pay. Furthermore, many people experience depression and anxiety after they are involved in accident.
Before my accident life had come very easy to me, God blessed me in so many ways and I just took
This car accident led me to have PTSD, which stands for post-traumatic stress disorder. It is a disorder that follows a traumatic event. It made me into who I am today because even though it happened nine years ago I still feel the effects as if it happened yesterday. For example, when my friend’s dad was also in a bad car accident and I went with them to see the car I had an anxiety attack because I had flashbacks. I went months with nightmares and whenever I saw something that reminded me of that day I would shut down. PTSD made something that people do so effortlessly into something absolutely terrifying for me which is driving. I still can’t drive in big cities like Sioux City
As a teenage driver, I have received one speeding ticket and been in one accident. Getting into an accident in my front ditch has changed my view of driving and being more cautious on the road. Sometimes these are wake up calls to watch the road more. The most dangerous problem people face each day with accidents is speeding, drinking and driving, and texting while driving.
On the February 14th, I attended the student success at Hennepin Technical College. I got there around 0800 and met up with some of my fellow classmates there. Also, since we got there early, and there was nothing to do beside the small tables and activity. Therefore, we decided to do some activity and went to some small tables. I was lucky enough to win candy from one of the table, get a chance to get massaged on the back, massage on the foot, and played a bowling video game in Wii. I asked us to take a group picture together as a group for memories and we did (picture is attached on the second page) but then there was some students that was busy doing other activity. Therefore, we just took the picture without them.
Everyone tells you life isn't easy right? That there’s going to be obstacles that you’ll have to overcome . For me, the biggest obstacle was to change, I couldn’t be another failure in the system, neither be a burden. Many fail to realize that change isn’t bad, is to better yourself on who you really are.
Most people who had tragic accident usually have some brain damage. When you are born with a mental or physical disorder your brain will not entirly be fully developed. Some times when you are born some parts of your brain are shut off and never come back on. Like when you have memory loss, your frontlobe holds all the long term and short term memories. As for when you have a physical disorder either your brain just doesn’t allow a part or limb of your body to work properly. For example, spina bifidia is a physical disorder that doesn’t allow you to walk, so the lower section in your back doesn’t allow your legs to work with the movent of your back. The final category that I’m gonna talk about is Illness. Illness is either a disease or you are temporarlly sick, also the sickness will pass with in a week or a couple of days. There is a few very common illnesses that we get. For example, every year the chinease oranges come around christmas time as a tradition. There are things we are not used to, but you think we should be by now. Because every year they come people seem to get sick or getthe
Life is obviously important moreover, the events that occur while living that impact people's lives, whether it is good or bad. Live events that have happened to me has impacted my life. The life event that most impacted me was me moving to Utah to Idaho Falls. The rest of my two events that impacted my life were getting my tonsils removed and my anxiety.
I never imagined that one single event could impact my life so much. I always lived life day to day, but after I became of an age where I understood life, my future mattered to me.
It was one life-changing experience I was seven years old when I became grateful for the things that I had. I remember packing for this big trip my parents were planning for a year now. I precisely recall my mother telling me to go through my closet and pick clothes I did not use to give away, I didn't know why, but I didn't ask, I just did it. As the day got closer I remember my parents had accumulated a great amount of things to give away. I quite didn't understand why they were gathering so many things and for what reason.
Car accidents can happen to drivers anytime, anywhere. "According to the National Safety Council, which stated that more than 2.5 million collisions back every year, making it the most common type of car accidents, it is also known that the accident rear end as incidents of injury, because the nature of the collision leads often in whiplash injury the driver in the car in front and about 20% of people who participated in a rear collision injury symptoms of this kind. ", (NHTSA, auto-accident-resource.com). Among the car accidents, the teenage group is the only age group who is number of deaths is increasing instead of decreasing. Also, all the people are exposed to risk and actually every one of them has got car
Everyone has that one experience that makes them look at life with a new set of eyes. My life changing experience happened a little earlier than most. It was the summer before first grade. We had gotten an exceptional amount of rain in the past months even though it was summer. I did not notice, though, because summer was every six year old's favorite holiday, next to Christmas and their birthday. My summer was supposed to be like any other but it quickly took a turn. For the best or for the worst? That is debatable.
It’s all start when my sister and I went to Watson. While I’m doing window shopping, my sister went to buy some stuff. Accidently, in a glance, I saw my sister at the health section. In consciously, I went to her with full of questions, and asked her ‘are you sick?’ Then she turned back to me and answered my question with a question, ‘is this good?’
Driving is something we have to do on a daily basis. If you have a license you more than likely drive yourself and sometimes others around wherever you need or want. We do not think about being in a car accident every time we get in our vehicles to go somewhere. The first time I was in a car accident changed my life drastically. I was heading to work like every morning, and I had to swerve from hitting a van. I then rolled my two door cavalier six times down a hill and landed upside down in a ditch. The experience of this accident has caused me to have a significant amount of medical bills, a totaled car, a severe amount of emotional trauma, along with physical damage.