How to index paragraph before shortcodes?

Is there a way to line up the paragraph after the shortcodes? I tried setting up shortcode first then paragraph style and it wasn't working.  I want the second or multiple line to lined up with the text copy not underneath the shortcode (check).  Is this possible?  Below is what I have the code set up as: 

<div class="about_box">


p {

  margin-top: 0em;

  margin-bottom: 1.25em;



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