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    As time passes we grow from babies, to toddlers, to adolescence, a teenager, adults, and finally a senior citizen. The transition from a teenager… Read More
    As time passes we grow from babies, to toddlers, to adolescence, a teenager, adults, and finally a senior citizen. The transition from a teenager to an adult is the hardest. In our late teens we try our best to prove that we’re responsible adults but along the way we lose our inner child. However, everyone needs his or her inner child to keep life adventurous, exhilarating, and interesting. Entering college was a hard transition, I moved to another state to build a life away from home. This required me to prove to my mom that I was capable of taking care of myself and doing great in school with complete seriousness. However, as time passed I began to lose a part of myself, the part that fueled my creativity and made me an artist. The essence that made me who I am was lost and I needed to regain it to be whole again. At this point I began fighting for my inner child with every asinine and immature bone in my body. I’d fart wherever I wanted, make a mess when I’d eat and not care, and even run around naked with a Batman cape on. As my disgusting habits continued, life got better and I learned not to take life serious, because where’s the fun in that? Taking the time as an adult to release this innocence should never wean through the years of experience. Read Less
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