Personal Narrative: My Insecurity

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When the thoughts started flooding my brain, I thought it was normal. Everyone said I would be insecure at that age, my friends and family said it wasn't a problem. Who was I to know better? I pushed away the unhappiness, the insecurity, the anger, the depression. It built up inside me, and I began to feel like I was drowning. I watched everyone around me breathe just fine, as I struggled to find any air at all. It continued, and I began to worry about myself. I felt pathetic, I worried that if I told anyone they would look at me Like I was a disappointed. I didn't have any reason to feel the way I did. I slowly slipped into the famous sophomore slump, and farther. I, eventually, couldn't take it anymore. That fateful night, I couldn't stop

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