Thing a Day
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Thing a Day

On Crapping One Out

Sometimes, you just gotta do it.

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I had a project at work that I was assigned to do at one point. It could’ve been this year, it could’ve been a decade ago. I dunno.

It was probably doomed to fail. I wasn’t optimistic about our chances. But, I had to do it. We’ve probably all been in that position. It’s not going to go well, but it has to be done, so we just buckle down and do it.

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In which I write one thing each day.

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Matthew Maniaci

Matthew Maniaci

Living with and talking about mental illness in an open, honest way to help break down stigma. I was one of those suicidal kids you read about. He/him/his.

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