To Think Back To A Period In My Own Adolescence Is Tricky,

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To think back to a period in my own adolescence is tricky, because it has been quite a roller coaster ride. Currently, at the age of 20, I can definitely say that I have tackled ups and downs. I am fortunate to say that I have learned a lot of lessons, and am able to provide insight with my experiences. I believe that spreading knowledge and informing the youth is beneficial for the future. First things first, I am a Filipina-American. With that being said, yes, I come from that typical Asian family that is strict and where the parents are always up their children’s behinds. However, since I am older now, the strictness has luckily subsided; but discussing this matter may be helpful to adolescents that are perhaps stuck with the…show more content…
I did play it smart, I made sure to be careful and to notify my friends where I would be. I was fed up, I hated getting told “No! You already went out last night, stay home!” It is true when they say that strict parents create sneaky kids. In the future, I plan to not be as strict as my parents were so that my children would not need to lie behind my back. It’s dangerous, and the ability to be more open about things is healthier. Also, I know all the strategies and tricks so I dare my children to not “pull” anything without my knowledge. My mother and father are and always have been nurturing, I may be an adult now but you can still see me getting lots of kisses and hugs from them! “A sister is more than a forever friend, sisters are angels who lift us up when our wings forget how to fly.” This is my all-time favorite quote, it is relatable. In contribution to my years of adolescence, I would not have survived without my older sister. Although there were plenty of rough times, I am grateful for my sibling. I never understood why she was so bossy and overbearing. Looking back, I wouldn’t have had it any other way. She’s my go to person for advice, even when I actually despise her advice. In regards to my love life in high school, (but actually what even was a love life in high school.) My sister told me things that I didn’t want to hear, but she helped and guided me through it all. During my senior year of high school, I dated this
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