In high school I learned…

Describe something you learned in high school.

I learned that English was my favourite subject, and that I am good at it.

In all of my English exams I got A’S.

I also began to write more when I was in high school.

I wrote tons of poems. I was going through a lot during those years. They were turbulent years for me.

I was being severely abused, and I developed an eating disorder.

I also tried to kill myself when I was 16, by overdosing on Prozac.

It just wasn’t a good time for me at all.

But all through this turbulent time, I held on to the fact that I was a good writer.

I wrote out my feelings, it was my only way to let them out.

I also read a ton during that time.

My love of books grew stronger.

Author: Carol anne

I am 40 years young. I'm blind and I have dissociative identity disorder, I also have complex PTSD. I blog about my life with these disorders. I live in Ireland.

4 thoughts on “In high school I learned…”

  1. I love English and history classes the best and being in law enforcement for 25 years English helped me a great deal. Lots of report writing and often those reports ended up in the courts where I had to testify. It served me well. Well written reports allow what happened not to be questioned as much as poorly written reports.

    Have a fabulous day and weekend. ♥


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