I'm gonna call this one "Peacefully Drowning" because in the midst of everything I'm going through, I still have this weird kind of peace inside of me that I can't explain. I still see the light at the end of the tunnel. I feel lost. Not the kind of lost that involves contemplating with future career paths, questioning why I'm in college, or who I am. But lost in myself, my thoughts, my reason for even existing. Establishing genuine friendships, dealing with my anxiety, concentration issues, and having no emotional or financial support from my family, have all contributed to this unforeseen diagnosed season of depression I’ve been facing. I love my school and I love college in general, but i

Susel Ramos - High School Teacher

Susel Ramos is a 24-year old Cuban-American from Cape Coral, Florida. In this interview, Susel dives into the reality of teaching in Lee County's education system and is transparent about her experiences as a first-year teacher. Hi Susel! Thank you so much for allowing me to interview you. To begin, can you explain a little bit of your background and college education? I was born in Cuba. I came to the United States when I was only two years old. I lived in New Jersey for many years then eventually moved to Cape Coral, Florida. I went to the University of Florida and got two degrees in International Studies and French and Francophone Studies. I am currently at Florida Gulf Coast University g

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