I Hate Myself Because I Will Never Be Normal

But I also love myself without reserve

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I’ve known there was something different about me since I was a kid. I was always moody and brooding. I took things too seriously. I remember always being sad for as long as I remember. And then there was that certain pond from my childhood I knew I could drown myself in if given the chance.

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Jason Weiland

Jason Weiland

I write about “Everything Blogging,” but I write about my personal experience as well. I love a good personal essay— jasonjamesweiland@gmail.com

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