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Turning Turmoil Into Triumph Who would have ever thought that after all the ups and downs I’ve experienced in my lifetime, that I would actually go back to school and finish my degree. I will share some of these ups and downs and my future aspirations, using the adult development theories that I’ve learned from this class. One early morning, at approximately 12:02am, in the small town of Milledgeville GA, my mother gave birth to a 7lb baby boy. She and my father were two young and proud parents. My mom a school teacher and my father a fast food restaurant manager had very high highs for me, the firstborn. We were by no means weathly, but they always went the extra mile to make sure that I was cared for. As the years passed, two other sons completed our family of five. We were very close knit and always expressed our love for one another. My mom and dad were the kind of parents whom wanted the best for their kids. No matter the circumstance, I can always remember us taking a family vacation each year for about 3 days to the beach. My parents believed that kids should always be exposed to all types of environments in order for them to not be close-minded as adults. We also spend a great deal of time at my grandparents house. They lived about 20 minutes away in the neighboring town. Some of my most fondest memories as a child were made there. They lived in a small farmhouse surrounded by acres upon acres of green pastures. My
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