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My best friends, teachers, and school director made sure I felt very at peace, and despite all of my knee problems, I was healthy and okay.

The fall semester at Berklee Valencia impacted me heavily and inspired me to grow up and take charge of my life. I HAD to CHANGE because I realized I deserve to live.

It took a while and some much-needed self- love, but I learned to brush it off.

I spent the summer at Septien Entertainment Group, singing, dancing, and finishing my first single with my incredible producer, and co-writer Remington Rafael. 8 months flew by and before I knew it I was almost half the size I was in March.

He has all the right traits, but things just didn't work out.

Whenever he's single, the temptation for me is there.

The silver lining in my day filled with minor grievances was an unexpected e-mail from an ex. Over the summer we got back in touch via Facebook (we were still friends on Fbook, but hadn't really kept in touch).

On New Year's Eve I unfriended him because I didn't need the temptation.

After high school I went to Berklee College of Music.I returned home in January and had my first real ‘A-HA! I remember sitting in the driver’s seat of my car and seeing my stomach pushed up against the wheel. I remember feeling like I was sitting in my own donut, eating myself to death. On March 29, 2017, I made one of the biggest decisions of my entire life, to go through with having the gastric bypass surgery.March 30th, the day I was supposed to be released, I could not drink water.Going into my freshman year I had lost 70 pounds by eating healthy and working out.I was doing so well, and then of course, something happened. I had to go to 8 months of physical therapy, and finally had knee surgery. I got back to college and while on crutches, I was shoved down the stairs by a drunk guy at a party. Once again, visuals of high school flooded my head, and I started to feel myself giving up.

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