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We Made a Shrine to Grief and Kept It In This Room

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You are not defined by the wrongs that you have suffered.

You are not somehow less than because they said you weren’t enough. You should not have to shrink yourself because they said you were too much. The way they left us says nothing about who we are as human beings and everything about what’s in their own hearts. The messages we never received because they were never sent…

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Crystal Jackson

Crystal Jackson

Former therapist. Author, Heart of Madison series. Poet. www.crystaljacksonwriter.com https://subscribe.to/crystaljackson https://linktr.ee/crystaljackson

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