#,my life

After my sister left now it was me here with my parents.

By the way I was talking about me and how my life has been, since I was a little a girl I was very happy with going to school, because I wanted to be someone in the future,in fact I didn’t wait for my parents to take me to school I went their my self I just wore my big sister’s uniform and go to school the dint even ask me to go back home she invited me in and give me a chair in fact I didn’t even start from baby class I was taken to nursery direct, it was very fun I was performing very well until the gost from my family started hunting me, that was in class four when things start happening that I never understand my education starts having problems it’s reach to the point that I never wanted to go to school. Because I was afraid of something that I never even know, sometimes I even run away from home just to a void going to school.

Now this is what happened, in grade four I started seeing things that never existed, it reaches a point that I couldn’t even look at the book straight every time I look at the book my eyes stay swollen just for nothing,in exam I couldn’t even see what was written in the paper,I know you may be thinking that I have eye problems, actually no I never have eye problems I was 💯fine my problems was just something like spiritual, I started dropping on my exam, from number 1,2,3, to number 10,15,30, you can imagine how bad it was 😭😭😭 people started making fun of me in school I got frustrated and tired of life and everything around me my grandmother try to take me to her village to go and study their but I couldn’t do it anymore.

You are now wondering what was my problem follow up for more information…………….. will be back

M journey

Hi 👋,my name is Ashley 23years old, and a mother of one girl.i would like to share something about my self, in my family I am a third born in a family of nine I have two sisters who are the oldest but seems to be the little ones 🤔 yes am right my big sister drop out of school in class two you can just imagine how that sounds , after dropping out of school she ran away from home,and then the second one when she was in class seven she continuesly repeat the same class so my parents decided that she has to drop out of school two at that time I was in class five, one day my aunt come back from where she was and decided to take my sister with her of course my parents did not say no because she wasn’t doing anything at home anyway she promised to take her to college to learn something about sewing my parents let her go the truth to be told that was all lies she just turn her maid…………

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