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Misdiagnosed Bipolar disorders-- Perhaps and undiagnosed Vaccine damage


SAN JOSE, Calif. — One day, Tessa Gallo was a typical sixth-grader, performing in school plays, running on the track team, goofing around with her two sisters and giggling with girlfriends at sleepovers. 2,469 more words


Where have the stars gone?

I remember when I was little, people would tell me how the stars were slowly disappearing. I didn’t really believe them, and I didn’t really want to. 306 more words


Find Me

She pressed against the grimy window, no one inside to ask, texting can u come get me, where are you he answered, I don’t know, I walked a while before I got here.

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Putting Together All My Pieces and Seeing What I'll Find

God damnit.

You know I really tried. I was doing so well. I had my shit together for the better part of 5 weeks. I was accepted into my new high school. 301 more words

My old man

I hated my old man, I know teenagers say that a lot, moaning that they can’t get the car, or having to get off their games, being nagged to do jobs around the house. 2,204 more words

The art of being an Anonymous, Irrelevant and Unknown

Call me Mrs. cellophane. It should’ve been my name. Unfortunately, I wasn’t blessed enough to be a fictional character in Chicago. But it sure feels like the fates did me wrong. 642 more words

The Impossible Knife of Memory - Laurie Halse Anderson (Book Review)

Title – The Impossible Knife of Memory

Author – Laurie Halse Anderson

Genre – YA

Summary –

Hayley Rose Kincain and her father have finally settled down in the town Andy, her father, grew up in as a young man after years on the road. 562 more words

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