GTKYF: Accomplishments

What is your biggest accomplishment or something that you are proud of?

Re: GTKYF: Accomplishments

  • Mine is finishing my dual masters program in two years with a 4.0 GPA. Big Smile
  • Sally JSally J member
    Breaking the cycle of poverty and substance abuse.
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  • ->Being a program director for GirlTalk, an online support group for women under 25 with endometriosis, through the Endo Research Center.

    ->My blog being listed in the new Endo Heroes book.

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  • Recently-finally being licensed for foster to adopt

    Career:  Working on one of the biggest cases in our district ever and convicting some bad guys who had a witness killed in order to avoid being convicted on another crime.

    Personally:  Moving 7 years ago, 1000 miles from my family, to a state where I didn't know anyone.  I learned to really depend on myself and learned alot about myself.  



  • We're going on 4 years of marriage.  My folks have been married over 36 years and I really want to be married for the rest of my life to my husband.  I believe wholeheartedly that our marriage will stand the test of time and it is the thing I am most proud of.

    2 years TTC with 5 losses, 1 year recovering, 6 months applying for adoption approval, and almost a year waiting for a placement. Then, a miracle BFP at age 36!

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  • I have done a lot of traveling, doing medical education in places like Afghanistan and Uzbekistan. ?I'm pretty grateful that I've had that opportunity, and it gives me quite a sense of accomplishment.
  • Hmm..I recently got accepted to graduate school for sport and performance psychology. I had to do a complete soul search and career 180 degree shift in order to accomplish the process of applying, and I got accepted to my two top choice schools, so that was pretty big. Life changing.

    I ran in college and had a scholarship to a Division I school--one year I was ranked number 11 in the country in my event and in the top 25 in the world. That was pretty awesome. I was a scoring member of the first team ever to go to Cross Country nationals for our college--that was awesome too. Our team has gone back every year since then and has even won titles so I'm a legacy starter! :)


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