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Alcorn, 1 Jamie Alcorn Bonnie Corman English 110 2/6/2008 The Essence of Adolescence. My mother always told me to remain true to who I was by remaining faithful to those truest to me. I was eight when I first heard those words and quite honestly the only impact they left upon me was the feeling of the bewilderment. However, eleven years later they are still in the back of my mind except rather than feeling bewildered, I feel truly blessed. I surmise it was that pivotal point of adolescence that has brought me to this conclusion. Naturally it was only after those three-plus never ending years had passed. Nevertheless I am now aware this deep yet simple statement was my saving grace and has helped me to realize just what a blessing my adolescence was. I suspect that at some point adolescence was intended to be enjoyable yet somewhere along the line it morphed into something quite the opposite. Although this statement does not hold true to everyone’s experience, it does define the most commonly
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This essay was uploaded on 04/16/2008 for the course ENG. 110 taught by Professor Bonniecorman during the Spring '08 term at Santa Barbara City.

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Essay#1 - Alcorn, 1 Jamie Alcorn Bonnie Corman English 110...

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