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Finding Acceptance At Camp

Posted August 1, 2012 by Kevin Shelton

Growing up you always hear the phrase, “The world works in mysterious ways.” I saw the truth of this saying when I attended the Boys & Men of Color (BMoC) Summer Enrichment Camp. For many years I’ve battled a negative mindset. My motivating experience at the BMoC camp changed my mindset completely from what it was when I arrived.

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Reflection

The Stress I’m Facin’

Posted October 9, 2009 by Various

Tiny Blessing Lately I’ve been stressing about several things. The main basis of my problems consist of financial issues. The lack of a job times a bunch of bills equals stress. I know without a shadow of doubt that I’m not the only one facing this horrible problem. But in the small ways, the issue […]

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Vang and his proud parents after his high school graduation.
College

Getting ready for college

Posted July 5, 2012 by Vang Yang

“If you don’t go to college, you will have to come help me farm like this everyday,” my mom explained to me as I wiped to sweat off my face. I always seemed to get that lecture from her every time I complained about going to the farm.

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Reflection

When I Feel Left Out

Posted October 21, 2009 by Various

Trying To Be Yourself Sometimes I feel like it’s really hard to start a conversation with anyone. I’ve known the girls at my church for so long, but I feel like I don’t fit it. I see them every weekend, but I don’t feel close. It seems like they’ve all known each other for so […]

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Flex Your Health

Letting Go Of The Stress: My Painful Addiction To Cutting (Part 1)

Posted March 3, 2011 by admin

  I was having a horrible day and I ran into my room. I slammed the door shut and began looking for my “friend,” the one thing that helped me ease the pain. When I started, the feeling was indescribable. I was in my moment of ecstasy until I turned around. My little brother was […]

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