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A Love Letter to Myself

Writing what I love about myself is not an easy task.

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CCongratulations on getting this far. There was a blip when you thought you’d be better off out of the hell that is commonly known as life. You were thirty-two and you had seen it all, done it all, and thought that was all there was to living.




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Karen Madej

Karen Madej

Inspirer of self-improvement. Observer of all life forms. Finder of solutions. linktr.ee/wrtwrds | https://wrtwrds.medium.com/membership

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