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Me, Halloween 1998, “The Night.” Photo by Bahereh Khodadoost.

When I was in third grade, I announced to my mom a new idea for a Halloween costume: “I want to be THE NIGHT.”

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Empowering empaths and survivors through story. Moving to Substack: siennamaeheath.substack.com.

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