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My Parents Always Let Me Down. Years Later, Am I Letting My Own Child Down?

I vowed to never make the same mistakes my parents did. But now I’m a parent, I’m in situations where it feels impossible to do the right thing.

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As a little girl, I dreamed of knowing my own mind. I didn’t live to please others, I pleased

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Laura Fox

I write to heal myself and others. laurafoxwriter@gmail.com

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