Breonna Campbell never had an easy life. Struggling with depression, anorexia, multiple personality disorder, and anxiety, she has issues fitting in anywhere. One night, she finds herself wondering an unknown place, and many things are put into account.
This is an entry for The Challenger Maker's "A Stigma Contest".
In short: Through the point of view of an average special american gurl, you'll read the recalls of a girl living in 21st century America. Just like everyone else she wants a happy ending, but right now, she is searching for a happy beginnng or maybe middle, just where ever…
It's more difficult to live through your social and school/work lives together than most things you could think of off the top of your head. This delicate balance is recorded through the eyes of a seventh grader.
Ava Matthews has never had self-confidence. Her self-esteem has been beaten down by her peers. And when one person tells her everything she wanted to hear, she doesn't know how to react. She might end up ruining a relationship and friendship if she doesn't speak up.
Typical adolescents are motivated by external and internal factors, such as, inner longings, dreams, goals, parents, peers, and rewards. This writing dives into what motivates adolescents and compares the typical adolescent with the character Alex P. Keaton, made famous by Michael J. Fox, on the sitcom Family Ties.
Typical adolescent life is compared to an adolescent girl, in the young adult novel, Deenie, by renown author Judy Blume. The main character is overwhelmed by certain challenges beyond her control and reacts in seemingly surprising ways to cope and understand her life.