Vulernable Value
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Vulernable Value

We Learn What Relationships Look Like in Childhood. Then Repeat.

I don’t accept scraps anymore

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Yesterday I bought a new sink and faucet. The plumbing will need to be altered a bit to accommodate the garbage disposal — a must have for me.

I never had a garbage disposal until a few years ago. No one had a garbage disposal where I come from. They had a scrap bucket, instead.




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Leah O'Daniel

Leah O'Daniel

Creative writer + Sociologist making you think deep about the impacts of trauma and the world around us all. 9X Top Writer.

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