So in junior year, I got suspended for 10 days for sending an email to a teacher that was deemed threatening. I’ve also faced other issues because of it. I’m not proud of it, I’m disappointed in myself and I feel remorse and regret for what I’ve done everyday. I know that I have hurt people severely, and obviously if I could go back and change the past, I would. I’ve dealt with anger issues for 10 years, and I constantly was harassed by my teacher. Still, it’s no excuse to lash out on them like that. I said some rude comments about him and his family-which no one should ever receive. I’m not asking for sympathy. However, I am going to ask how I can explain how I grew and became a better person from that situation to colleges. I’m not looking to go to a highly selective school. I’m actually considering Community College, and maybe one or two state universities. I just need help with how to explain myself. I want to show them that I’m improving and that I’m changing from that situation, and that I paid my price for that mistake. It’s been hard for me to sleep and eat thinking about what I’ve done. My mental health has also taken a toll. It was also challenging answering a college essay question for my english honors class. Please again, give me tough judgement and some advice on what to say. Again, I’m sorry for what I’ve done, and that I’m trying to change everyday. Btw- I might delete this later. For purposes.