“Since I was 11, I have struggled with trying to figure out who I am and loving myself.”
We'Ced Youth Media
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I like the sounds of the fields, hearing people speaking Spanish and the radio blasting ranchera tunes. It sounds like my childhood.
By: Elizabeth Arteaga, We’Ced Ed. Note: Studies show there are about 4.5 million U.S. born children with at least one…
My old neighborhood of Beachwood is about three miles from the closest supermarket. There are only two corner stores that sell produce, and they are usually overpriced, have a small selection, and sometimes that produced isn’t refrigerated. Some people are forced to buy this food because they do not have transportation to go shop elsewhere.
We grew up very differently, you and I. For me, things started to get out of control.
I was what you would consider a bully. I bullied kids because I was always the big one, the tallest in class and the thickest, too. I had an advantage since all the kids my age were usually smaller and more delicate.