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The Art of the Real Us - Are you the same person you were as an adolescent, or very different?
Dated: August 9 2022
THE ART OF THE REAL US
Series By Heather Konsor
Are you the same person you were as an adolescent, or very different?
Am I the same person as when I was an adolescent?? Absolutely not!! So much of your life changes as you become an adult. I think I have the same general beliefs that were instilled in me as a child and teen, but once you have had a chance to experience things in life so much of you can change. The people you come in contact with also can completely change your life.
I became a mom straight out of high school and at that point you are no longer just looking out for yourself. I was a teenager trying to figure it all out! The choice to become a parent takes you out of adolescents real quickly and you need to start making adult decisions for 2 people.
I am very thankful for the parents I have and who helped me struggle through those hard awkward years of my life. I think there are moments in those years that will stay with you forever and help mold you into the adult that we are today, but all in all...I am very happy to be done with those adolescent years and look forward to what the rest of life has in store!
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