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"There Is Hope."

December 27,2010 I made one of the toughest decisions of my life. I cried hugging my parents goodbye as I boarded a plane by myself for the first time in my life. I was headed to a year long program to turn my life around. I wanted to give up on life. With a lot of support,love,and hard work I can’t even begin to explain to anyone how much this all means to me. The rawness and realness that comes from living a life from the heart is immeasurable. There are no words to express my feelings and gratitude.

And now,in one week,I will be graduating from a 5 month legacy program that has challenged me to great extents. I want to thank everyone who has been there for me. I am finally finding the real me and real life I have spent years looking for.And for anyone going through a hard time, you are not alone.There is hope. I know because I found it when and where I least expected to and I believe you will find it too. Let go of fear and surprise yourself. “knowing your limits is not what will get you to where you want to go” dare to try something new and never give up.

"I Can Honestly Tell You That The Staff At Fulshear, Three Or Four In Particular Changed My Life."

To whom this may concern,

When I think back to my eleven months at Fulshear, it is definitely a bittersweet feeling. It was a long journey to get to where I am today. I have A LOT of people to thank for that also.

I was not the happiest of people coming into FRA. I felt as though my parents had betrayed me and I was mad and angry at the world. I was a confused individual who tried to grow up to fast, and thought i could handle everything on my own. You couldn’t tell me anything, cause I believed I already knew it. For so long I would fake my feelings and how I felt. I would never let anyone in close enough to help me. My answer to everything was that I was fine, and that was the end of the conversation.

After getting to know the girls a little things began to get easier and I didn’t feel so alone. I was also fortunate enough to meet my best friend here. Which was a breath of fresh air because I had someone I could lean on and trust.

I can honestly tell you that the staff at Fulshear, three or four in particular changed my life. And I don’t think that I can fully show my appreciation to them, for that. They were my family away from home, they took me under their wind and loved me as if I was their own. They didn’t judge me for who I was, or what I did, or the questions I asked, they accepted me for me. For me, that hadn’t been the case for a long time.

Did I have difficult days here? Absolutely, there were days where all I wanted to do was give up and walk away. However, I believe that wherever you go, your going to run into problems and not see eye to eye with everyone all the time. I think it is how you pull yourself out of it that ultimately matters in the end. So to bring this all together. I think in a way, Fulshear changed and saved my life. Would I do it again? No, but I also wouldn’t change this experience for the world.

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