pretending to laugh at mediocre jokes and fill gaps with too many questions, pulling men out of their emotional shells, work that’s become reflexive but drains me to my core — alternatives I’ve wasted far too much time on already.
The Art of Being Completely Alone
Emily J. Smith
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If at all many of us could realize this. Half the world would be a better place with children not being left alone,orphaned, unsecured, dragged between hatred, chaos, and afraid.

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