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A lifetime ago I felt like I didn’t have a place in this world I felt like I went through the motions like clockwork Everyday was the same, miserable feeling of aloneness I had fake friends...

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I bought my first tube of lipstick at six, with a picture of Barbie wrapped around it, but nevertheless, bright, red, and shiny, which was the epitome of lipstick for me. I started reading my...

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A lack of sleep weighs me down, but that voice in my head drives me on, nagging at me with an ever-constant panic. My voice is breaking; it no longer sounds like mine. The very idea that this is me...

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