Go to school, get a job, save 10 percent, be miserly, and, someday, I can retire rich, albeit, old, and give up on those grandiose ideas of freedom, mountainside homes, and exotic cars. Just settle for less.
Patrick in the Media Most bios are written in '3rd person', creating bloated images of incredible accomplishments. A share of bios like that are out there for me. Here, I decided to take a '1st person' approach to briefly telling my story.
I grew up in middle-class suburbia the youngest of 3 kids with extraordinarily loving parents. We were of Italian Catholic decent if you cut me, I bleed olive oil.
I started my first business in 7th grade. I bought candy in bulk and sold in in pieces in my French class. It was quite profitable. I miss that business. I started getting my first pay check at age I've been working enthusiastically ever since.
When I was in High School I accomplished some impressive things. I also in many respects took the road less traveled.
I liked taking things apart and fixing them. A pivotal moment for me was senior year when I decided with the coaches urging to wrestle. I hurt my neck badly one day in practice.
The medical doctor gave me pain-killers, muscle relaxers, and anti-inflammatories. The drugs didn't work and made me a bit ill. My mom brought me to a chiropractor. When he explained to me the principle of chiropractic, the lights came on and my path was set.
I decided that day that that was what I was going to do. My parents didn't have the means to send me to private colleges or universities, so I worked full-time and went to a local state college.I did not live to live life without drugs.
I lived so that I could help others like myself. Jean's Story Believe me, I tried to blame everyone and everything I knew for my drinking; the death of . myLot is an enormous discussion board, blogging community, questions and answers hub, social network and online hangout that pays you for your valuable contributions.
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A one-of-a-kind, backstage look at the greatest cult movie phenomenon of all time— The Rocky Horror Picture Show —told by those who lived it. Set in South Florida in For a long time, I debated as to whether or not I should write about my path to personal growth.
After much reflection, I decided that if there’s at least one person that can be inspired or learn something from my story, it’s worth sharing.