9 months ago
Last edited at 12:07AM on 3/9/2013
The stage I hated most was my childhood when most kids were outside playing I would be locked in my room so I didn't see my parents fighting . I also witnessed abuse and was abused . I remember one time I managed to get the door open and I walked to the living room and my dad was aiming a gun at my mom . My mom put me on her lap and used me as a shield and was taunting my dad . It's ok though I have loved , lost and seen things I wish I wouldn't have seen , but hardship only makes you stronger . Those events have shaped me as a person and made me who I am today and I love who I am . Don't let things that have happened in the past determine your future .
Childhood, because I have to sit before my desk and study for a long time everyday though I often secretly read stories or novels, and I have to try to listen to the teacher when I can't really concentrate.
Sixth grade. I felt so guilty that year, I would go home and cry or feel like crying every day. But if I didn't feel like that I wouldn't have gotten into film an wouldn't have wanted to become a film maker. :)