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Guilt or Shame? She Speaks Her Truth, Bringing Regret to the Light

The Girl That Was Never Supposed to Be

woman in orange shirt holding cardboard sign that reads, “Perfectly Imperfect.” Guilt or Shame? She Speaks Her Truth, Bringing Regret to the Light by Nancy Blackman. shame, writing, mental health
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“I wish you were never born!” she screamed.

The words ripped through my brain and rushed to my heart as I kept my hands steady on the wheel. It was a typical drive home from work that turned…




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Nancy Blackman

Nancy Blackman

6X Top Writer. Editor: The Shortform, MIDFORM, CRY Magazine. Owner: Refresh the Soul. Published in “Mixed Korean: Our Stories.”

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