Hard working parents means I’m spoiled?

Emily Chamberlain,
LeMars, IA

Growing up my family did not have much but after years of hard work from both my parents, we began to have nicer items, a house, and cars. Then as I began to switch high schools every year at every new high school I got called the same thing repeatedly, “spoiled white girl” I also heard “daddy’s money” on a daily. Which is not the case I have worked since I was fifteen. If I want clothes I buy them, need gas I paid for it, but no one ever believed that I actually worked for what I have. Just because my parents work hard does not mean I am spoiled.


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