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Leaving the US for Buenos Aires
Recently, my parents divorced and my mom moved a few states away. On top of that, my dad moved to Buenos Aires and left me alone in Mn with my Aunt & Uncle. Right now, I'm a senior in High School but going to a local community college early. Next semester I am confirmed for going abroad with the U of Mn to study in Buenos Aires. Since my dad is already down there, Ill be leaving a month earlier than the other students. This means I'll be in Argentina, speaking very little Spanish, have I no idea what to expect. I found a gym and will be staying in an apartment just next door. I'm very excited to see what this city has to offer, but I am scared ****less because I will stick out like a sore thumb. Any suggestions on how to face this fear?
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