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  1. Thank you Adanna for using your platform for videos like this. This is inspiring.
    Samora Thank you for being open and honest. You seem so humble and gentle spirited with so much determination and self belief. Thank you.

  2. That’s how my parents were. I was born in Brazil, which is a conservative country still, and a very misogynistic one, and a girl is not supposed to leave home until she gets married. To my parents, even a higher education wasn’t an important thing or a priority for a daughter to be concerned with. I went to college basically because I fought my way into it.

  3. This story has inspired me. Im a BA in Micro. And haven’t finished yet, im in my 6th year in UPR Humacao in PR and not doing that good, but this gives me hope, because this is my story too.😢😢

  4. This is so beautiful! I am in tears!! Thank you ladies so much for sharing this story. I am preparing to enter my junior year of my my undergrad, and while I do not struggle with a low GPA, I often have doubts that I will be able to get into PA school, or that I am not enough. This has honestly spoken so deeply to my heart. Thank you so much.

  5. Congratulations on your journey. I'm a professor and it's the beginning of summer so I don't even know why I'm watching this. But some advice for those who find themselves in your position after 1-2 years of coursework: Start at another school. It can be a CC. It can be a 4 year university. Just start all over. And don't transfer those grades. Those grades will not help you anyway, as they don't fulfill any requirements. You are not obligated to report them, either. So, someone in your position could have simply applied to college all over again with the same high school transcript and gotten into a decent 4 year. Or they could have started a CC and took baby steps to fulfill the requirements for a PA program. If you find yourself flunking out of a school and it's not a good fit, just leave. Start all over again as a freshman at an entirely new institution.

  6. "I am not the mistakes and the grades of my past" was worth the entire video. TFS. Christianity is such a blessing, and it is sad when the true love of Jesus is hindered by religion and not Relationship with the Son and the Father. Again TFS.

  7. in post LI right now, thanks for sharing. I can definitely relate to the family background. My parents actually had me marry young instead of wanting to pursue education. Good luck with everything

  8. sigh typical Haitian parents lol I went through a very similar upbringing; still love them tho lol and thank you so much for sharing!!! 🇭🇹🇭🇹🇭🇹 I graduated undergrad with a 2.7 GPA, worked hard to retake certain courses to get into grad school, graduated with my masters in Public Health with 4.0! we can do it! I think it was very unfair for your parents to treat you the way they did in the beginning…I've experienced similar situations and forced them into uncomfortable convos about it and we have definitely grown since then

  9. I'm not even on route to becoming a PA but I had to stop and listen even after seeing the length of the video I wasnt detered. I'm sooo happy for you , love your story !


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