She overcame this adversity by coming out to her family and friends in the 6th grade. Her mom was cool with it and her dad wasn’t too happy. Her friends were supportive and didn’t care if she liked girls. They still loved and cared about her. She rose above those obstacles by having the strength to tell someone about her sexuality. She stopped caring about what others may think of her and started being her true self. The obstacle she overcame was having to deal with people who were against her sexuality.
The lesson I learned from Jiline that helped overcame her adversity was to not care about people’s opinions, just be yourself. The traits that helped her overcome her adversity were brave, strong, and courage. In order to overcome this adversity, she needed to be strong, brave, and courageous. Being courageous helped her overcome her adversity because she needed to have courage to come out. Being strong helped her because she needed to be strong enough to overcome her adversity.
I loved interviewing Jiline. She was cooperative, confident, and excited. Yes, I did learn stuff about her. I learned that she told her mom first about her sexuality, and she was cool with it. I also learned that she volunteers for many different things and loves to help her family when they need something. The last thing I learned about Jiline was the age she overcame her adversity. She was 11 when she told her mom and overcame her adversity.