However, the changes have taken place in my life and I don’t regret my decision two years ago in which I chose to study in America. Having been living in the States for almost two years, I have to admit that my life here is full of challenges as well as excitements. First came to the State, to my host family, to the Gunshot School as a 16 years old girl, everything was so alien to me; not only did have to take care Of myself, but also try to be accustomed to the environment and the culture.
It was uncomfortable and difficult at the beginning; nothing seemed familiar, but I ritually got used to the insupportableness and started my life here. Communication helped me the most to become comfortable out of my comfort zone. It was not just a matter of language ability; to understand the cultures and customs was the key.
Gladly I was never a bashful girl, my optimism and outgoingness quickly helped me become the new member of my host family and make new friends at school.Me right now would probably laugh at the me two years ago who tried to understand an American joke or a conversation about Sunday night football game, because now I could easily socialize with people; talk about football or make them laugh at my jokes?I no longer feel the barrier of language and culture that keep me from the community, I feel comfortable. School was a big challenge for me as well; especially I was willing to take on more academic challenges.Asking questions or discussing academics in class was something that I would never be comfortable to do; but now I am literally one of the most productive students in class?very talkative, you might say.
Am changed; I witnessed my own transition to a confident student. I also wanted to explore my full attention in academics and prove that I can be on the same level, no, even better than others. Classes that am taking have been a lot of work for me, but they push me to step out of my comfort zone?Sometimes even if I am extremely tired, have to keep up studying.School is still a challenge for me, but in a sense that always try my best in academics, keep up an academic passion and curiosity, and never slack. Family has always been my safest harbor and my comfort zone; I was always told that my family would protect me and support me. Living on my own with my family 7000 miles away was he hardest experience for me, and it still is. Family used to be the comfort zone that I never able to Step out.
Had to, since I made the decision to fly away from my parents so young and immature; and start my new life with insupportableness.