What kind of person am I? Essay

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What kind of person am I?


What kind of person am I? Iím a person that is always happy. Iím also the type of person
that always thinks positive in everything I do in my life. I always think I can do and be
anything in life. Thatís why Iím also a challenging person that likes to take and
challenge almost anything in life, because I think that life would be boring without
challenges to take on and conquer.



Iím a person that is always happy because any time I do something wrong or something goes
wrong in my life I always set my mind that what has been done in the past are things from
the past and thereís nothing that can be done to reverse time to fix them, and that I have
to think about the future not the past. What made me say this and think this way was that
when I was about 13 to 14yrs old, my family and I moved to the Dominican Republic after
living in NY for 14yrs, so we moved to DR and the 1st yr went by and everything was going
good so far since we bought a nice big house and a new car. And I was having the best
time in my life, since I loved it over there. But the after 2yrs went by we were having
financial problems already and had to sell everything we had including the house, and come
back to NY to start all over again. I felt divested because I left all my friends and
other family members in DR. So after that I said to myself I wasnít going to fell sad
anymore, and that I was going to be feel happy because I still have both my parents with
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