My Life As A College Student Essay

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My life as a college student, especially as a freshman, is one often filled with questioning. It was hard to rationalize how I’d made it thus far, a bulky backpack overflowing with books and black gel pens, a head full of dreams, and a list of possibilities that seemed far too endless. Now I find myself wondering about my looming future as an English major with same frequency as I question what I feel like eating today when standing in line for food at KR’s. How did I get to Southern Adventist University with these specific goals in mind? I often delve into my limited past with the role of a detective in mind, gathering evidence to paste on walls and eventually string together. My childhood was one that can hardly be remembered, and my adolescent years are ones that I can recall fondly. In all honesty, I don’t think I could have gotten to this point without the hard work that my family, friends, and others put into my growth. There are others who have suffered greatly without the love and encouragement that I received. In fact, successful psychological development is characterized by differing forms of emotional and verbal interaction from children and adults throughout the stages of psychosocial development, particularly at childhood, adolescence, and adulthood. Without exposure to certain human interactions, the Stages of Psychosocial Development cannot be completed. Childhood, the beginning stage, is the one that has the most impact on proper development. This is the
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