College Admissions Essay: The Way I See Myself

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I am who I am today because of benefiting from how I see myself. Getting that chance to develop and gain the mentality of how to not only treat yourself (mind and body), but how to also treat those around you. Getting to learn things, whether it is being taught or an individual doing it independently, those around you have an influence or additional benefits to the way you see things, and to how successful you want to be with those around you.. I have realized that growing up and having a successful father who is a vascular surgeon and business owner that if you set your mind to do well and become successful, it will take more than just to work hard for the things you want and need. Getting the chance to enhance and learn…show more content…
The significance and gratitude my home-life has made one me allowed me to become a more mature person and to develop on how to deal with things the ideal way. My peers have also had an impact on my life on how an individual may view things. For example, getting to know someone before you judge them, although most of us tend to be prejudice rather than getting the chance to know someone. Our society tends to effectuate and be critical towards what we think is right and what is not based on how each person views things. Ambitions and aspirations for my future of becoming a psychiatrist and getting the chance to learn about what drives behaviour and why you act the way you do. The mentality someone has does not determine who they are, nor if they were born with it. Regarding one of my favourite quotes by Theodore J. Kaczynski. ‘’ “Our society tends to regard as a sickness any mode of thought or behavior that is inconvenient for the system and this is plausible because when an individual doesn't fit into the system it causes pain to the individual as well as problems for the

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