I first got sober 2003, after I was defamed in a yearbook and awarded best female athlete of my class, of 70 people. Benjy was present cheering me on, he works for Merrill Lynch now. I too study Finance at Thomas Jefferson School of Law, getting my Degree in Risk Management and Compliance. That being said its never okay to go through someone’s past to hurt their future, why I committed suicide embarrassed and why my relationship with Rob Debakey did not work out, he always told me “time heals all wounds.”
To what effect does hate have upon a person’s identity. To what purpose does instigating hate upon a person, bring forward any evidence in the positive and to whom and why, for what its worth, its not necessary to defame anyone, unless it’s the belief of the majority deserved, and based upon sound opinion by those to whom opinion is made based off of and why.
“I think therefore I am” was a famous quote by Emmanuel Kant, a Philosopher I met in College taking Philosophy, I think I got a C+ in the Course, my Freshman Year, and then switched majors to Sociology and got an A in Social Theory, wrote all our Group Outlines, and even a Group Paper for Research in Sociology which got an A too. I’m a team player, a Club Soccer Player my whole life, and was the second leading scorer from Center-Midfield my Senior Year in High School and most assists. We went 22-0-1 my Senior Year, of Half Soccer Players, Half Beginners, almost won CIF and a ring. The following year they got a ring, and I almost had a perfect track record.
I’m not sure what to include in my book yet, its mostly to be a self-help book, and leave everything else on my blog. I’m not sure what to pack in our future backpack quite yet, what needs to be heard, and what stories to leave behind in history. This is a very important book for me, and likewise I do not want to rehash my past or now with criminal record in the future about me, please thank you very much, DUI (2013), not my shining moment, nor my Suicide Attempt (February 2009).
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