What Happened to You?

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Injury, disease, or a congenital condition can cause changes in your appearance that may be hard to cope with. You may feel self-conscious and anxious about how others will react to your changed appearance. It is important to remember that you are still the same person inside, and that how you look on the outside does not define who you are.

What happened?

What happened?

How did you feel?

It’s tough when something bad happens to us. We might feel scared, alone, or like nobody understands what we’re going through. That’s why it’s so important to talk to somebody about what happened. Talking can help us make sense of our feelings and start to heal.

What did you do?

What did you do?

What did you learn?

There is no doubt that you have changed since you first arrived at college. In just a few short years, you have gone from being a student to being a graduate. And, in the process, you have probably picked up a few things along the way.

So, what did you learn?

Here are a few things that you might have learned during your time in college:

• How to manage your time and your finances
• How to study for exams and write papers
• How to use libraries and other resources
• How to think critically and solve problems
• How to get along with people from different backgrounds and cultures
• How to be independent and responsible for yourself
• How to live on your own (if you didn’t already know how!)

And, of course, you probably also learned a lot about your chosen field of study. Whether you majored in business, education, engineering, or something else entirely, you should now have a good foundation on which to build your future career.

What would you have done differently?

If you could go back and change one thing about your life, what would it be? Many people have regrets, and some spend their whole lives trying to forget or fix them. But what if you could go back and fix them? What if you had the chance to do things differently?

There are many things that people would change if they could go back in time. Some people would change their choices, others their circumstances. Some people would take back painful memories, while others would undo happy ones.

But no matter what someone would change, one thing is for sure: everyone has at least one regret.

What advice would you give to someone in a similar situation?

If you find yourself in a situation where you feel like you’re being taken advantage of or mistreated, it’s important to remember that you have a voice and you have the power to stand up for yourself. It isn’t always easy, but it’s important to advocate for yourself and to make sure that your needs are being met.

If you’re feeling like you’re being taken advantage of, my first piece of advice would be to sit down and assess the situation. What specifically is making you feel this way? Is it the way that you’re being treated? Is it the workload that you’re being given? Once you’ve identified the source of your frustration, it will be easier to address it.

Once you’ve identified the problem, my next piece of advice would be to speak up. Have a conversation with the person or people who are causing you stress. Be honest about how you’re feeling and explain what needs to change in order for you to feel more comfortable. It can be difficult to have this conversation, but it’s important to be assertive and clear about what you need.

Lastly, if the problem persists after having a conversation, don’t hesitate to reach out for help from a friend, family member, or even a professional. There is no shame in seeking out support when you’re struggling and sometimes it’s necessary in order to protect your well-being.

How has this experience changed you?

This experience has changed me in many ways. I have learned to be more independent and to take care of myself. I have also learned to be more patient and to appreciate the little things in life.


After hearing your story, it’s clear that you’ve been through a lot. It’s amazing that you’ve managed to keep your head up and press on through everything. You’re an inspiration to us all.

Further reading/resources

If you are reading this, it is likely that you or someone you know has experienced some form of trauma. This can be a very difficult and confusing time. Here are some resources that may be helpful.

-The National Sexual Assault Hotline provides crisis counseling and 24/7 support for victims of sexual assault. 1-800-656-HOPE (4673)
-RAINN (Rape, Abuse & Incest National Network) is the largest anti-sexual violence organization in the US. Their website offers a national Sexual Assault Survivors’ Support Line as well as many other resources. 1-800-656-HOPE (4673)
-The National Domestic Violence Hotline offers crisis counseling and 24/7 support for victims of domestic violence. 1-800-799-7233

If you or someone you know is in immediate danger, please call 911.

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