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We’re Not the Only Ones Who Are Misunderstood

I’m trying to understand my father’s heart now that he’s gone.

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I think most individuals hear the phrase “You’ll understand when you’re older” very often while growing up. I don’t know about you, but I would often question, “Why when I’m older and not now?”




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