Don’t Tell Me I Look Pretty — Part 2
Mary Lucus-Flannery

Just read both of your pieces and I couldn’t agree more with every single bit of them. I still struggle not to fall into the pattern although I’m still on it. I’m still trying to change my partner and other people’s views on the destructive patterns that affect our lives everyday. And we have to speak out. Well done for choosing your fights. It’s a necessary one.

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