no one cares about high school after you graduate.

so please don’t listen to teachers who don’t believe in you.

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for high school, i attended a quite rigorous all-girls academy. i remember one of my english teachers in particular because she did not believe in me.

see, no matter how closely i abided by her preferred essay structures and style of writing, she awarded me no better than a C every time.

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