Childhood Experience In Childhood

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It is obvious that during childhood most of us put ourselves in real danger. During that time we tend not to think about the consequences of our actions, but the parents are the ones that always carry the burden. Unfortunately there are times that we do remember our accidents and the fear is stuck in our minds. The same thing happened to me when I was a child. Back when I was 10 me, my parents and my brother were enjoying a beautiful sunny day on the beach. The temperatures were really high, it was the middle of July. I was invited by my brother to go and swim with him, and of course I said yes. We decided to compete which one of us will go further swimming, he was older and definitely a better swimmer than me, but I still kept on trying and giving my best, he…show more content…
After parents explained him the situation he felt guilty and responsible for what happened, but he was comforted by me. I told him that I was responsible and that it was all my fault, I knew I could not swim for too long and still went too far from the shore. After this accident I started fearing the water. That was my last time swimming for that summer. Next summer I promised myself and also my brother, who was still feeling guilty, that I would overcame that fear. I made my mind that I will swim and not even think about what happened last summer. It was the beginning of June, we were on vacation by the sea, there was zephyr, which was playing with my hair. The sea was calm, the sun was shining and the view was beautiful. I made my mind that I would swim not matter how scared I was, I kept on telling myself ‘You can do this, you can do this’, so I did it. But again I was unlucky, my leg started to hurt and I was suffering several cramps in my foot, this time my brother was with me, but again we were far away from the shore, I was in panic and

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