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Playing by the Book

Choices and Consequences

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Throughout Annabel’s life, she always felt different from her peers. Her choices typically went against the grain, leaving her feeling unfulfilled. As she drinks her morning coffee, she can’t stop thinking about her life choices and every “what if” scenario imaginable. Why was she so scared to live the same life as her friends? They all made seemingly mature choices and appeared to be…

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