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Don’t Let Me Be Misunderstood

Those troublesome teenage years where music helps, sometimes

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Occasionally I come across a really neat story on Medium, one that stops me in my tracks and makes me think. Louis Sigaud wrote one such gem in The Haven — What Being A Teenager Is Really Like.

It’s something we’ve all been through, for good or bad — those teenage years. Louis’s story…




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David Acaster

David Acaster

British, retired, loves reptiles & amphibians, keen on history, steam locomotives, travel, real ale and still trying to master that Fender Stratocaster.

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