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The first semester of this year ended today and I came at the top of the class. I've got 11 subjects (the grades range from 1 to 5, 5 being the highest) with straight 5's. Quite proud actually, took quite an effort to first get them, and then defend them later on. I will finish this year (last one) on May 15'th, and then I'm heading towards Law University.
I stress myself a bit too much about my future, I guess that's what drives me and it can be overwhelming, but it's all worth it
I am trying to challenge myself in a different way of writing in English, trying to touch bits of certain concepts in my own, complicated way.
Thanks in advance to all those who take the time to read this, as it's a work in progress and any feedback will be very useful.
P.S. I know the sentences are too long at times, but that's the way I write, even in my native language and I'm trying to sort of melt down any linguistic boundaries that prevent me from writing the way I usually do.
I just wanted to share this with you, so here goes.
First of all, for those who don't know, Vitiligo is an auto-immunitary disease, which is manifested with lost of the melanin. The melanin is the pigment that gives color to your skin and hair. Basically, I go whiter than I am.
It all started in 2009, when I noticed a white spot on the corner of my eyelid, and later on got diagnosed with Vitiligo. It might have felt as the end of the 'social life' for many, but not