Because stereotypes were made to be broken! Or, at the very least, explored. . .
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Can I just say I believe you have saved my life for today. Not that I would commit suicide just that you have given me hope. I am old enough to be your grandmother but have that same disease as you do. It is the first time I have seen my feelings written down. I always think what a bad person I am. I just got back from Women's Conference in Provo. It was one of the most depressing events I have ever attended. I know it comes from all of the expectations I had that weren't fulfilled and then the thoughts of unworthiness come etc. etc. Anyway thanks. Hang there and keep up your blog.
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