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About 4 years ago my family was forced to move from USA to the UK. My family and I have always travelled so when my parents said we would settle in America, I felt more relaxed and 'at home'. Then certain circumstances caused my family and I to move to the UK and like any normal person I missed my friends, school and life. However since I had moved numerous times before; I thought I'd just move on as usual. Due to me being shy I was friendless for a year when we moved back to the UK before making a small group of friends (4 or 5) in my second year at the new school. Years on, I believe I still haven't recovered from the circumstances that caused our move as it was tragic and a very difficult time. I have the opportunity to visit America again in the summer but I fear that if I go back, spend time as I used to; when I return home from my visit, I will become depressed once again. Or will the visit help to heal my emotional wounds? Any insight and opinions are greatly appriciated so THANK YOU!
P.S Are your high school years your best years or does the world just get better?
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