Eriberto Saavedra Felix
When I was twelve years old, I was always trying to get away from my family. Soccer was my escape. But when I didn’t have soccer, I was in my room with my door closed. I never talked to my mom. I didn’t have a close relationship with my sister, and I didn’t talk to my dad because he never seemed interested in talking to me. That’s what I thought it meant to be a man: to be silent and not show any weakness. I felt isolated. Then, in 7th grade, I met my physical education teacher, Reid Sundblad.
Loneliness can be hard to handle, especially when you have no one to talk to.
The United States does not have a national language. So why do people demand that everyone speaks English?