Maria’s Story

Anxiety has been with me the majority of my life, I knew that much. It was always present. I’d check my grades online every day at least 5 times, sometimes more, just to be absolutely positive that my immaculate GPA remained intact. At night I’d lay and replay conversations in […]

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The Power of Stories

I’ve always had an affinity for stories. I love to listen to people talk about things that matter- things that they’re passionate about, and what are people more passionate about than themselves, their own experience? I’m not chastising people for that. I think it’s natural, and I love it. Maybe […]

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Tomorrow

My dear friend, I know your days and nights are dark alike. I know the sun is just a memory for you. Me too. I know life is hard. I know you can’t get out of bed. I know you can’t dress yourself. I know you can hardly feed yourself. […]

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I will go on: Madelyn’s Story

My story is an unremarkable one. I neither had a troubled childhood, nor a particularly disturbed adolescence. No, my story is one that is, perhaps, painfully, enviously if you will, normal and successful. I am the youngest child in what you might call an “all American family.” I have two […]

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