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The Weight of a Story — Controlling Personal Narrative

Stories are wild things.

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Stories are wild things. Untamed, and only a part of something so much bigger — something that is always in flux, writhing around what we perceive, only giving us small insights into the bigger, grander, unknown. Our own stories are the same — glimpses into the greater narrative of our lives, what has made us who we are. Some are…

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Saipanhayden

Saipanhayden

I am an intervention coordinator at a large Title 1 middle school. I care deeply about people and I like to find solutions if I can. Life is hard. Let's be kind

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