This did not seem like a very nice new life adventure

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This did not seem like a very nice ‘new life adventure’ at all. When we finally arrived at our new house I was in shock. Not only had we moved away from all my friends but then we bought a house in the rural area, I had one neighbor and even that house was far away. This was completely out of my norm (TCO 4 & 7). I grew up in the city with everyone so close to everything. Stores were just a block away, the park was in our neighborhood and all my friends were just down the street. This aggravated me greatly; I did not know how to rationally respond to my mother’s decision making, as a young child I left like she was trying to hurt me. A couple weeks after I arrived I started at my nice new middle-class (TCO 3 & 5) private school. My first day was the roughest, everyone already had their friends and their social groups (TCO 5 & 6) that they were a part of, and then there was just me. I no longer lived in a subdivision so I never even had a chance to make friends with anyone. I also had a speech impediment and had a foreign accent which also helped a lot with separating me from many of the other children. After what felt like months of being in Ohio, I made my first friend, Alyssa. She was different from everyone else just like me. She was new just like me so we ended up both sitting
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