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On Being a Difficult Daughter

A reflection about the many books and how they shaped me

image by Antonella Massetti Lucarella

It’s okay to hold hands and guide your children, but when the time is right you need to let go because you can’t paint dreams for them. Your children are not your prisoners. Let them be free. That’s the only way you can teach them to

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