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that time when i couldn't see the light

I have a dark little secret. It’s not something I’ve told anyone; in actual fact the only person that knows about it is a school friend who pulled me aside one day after class, because she was worried about me. 742 more words

Life And Something Like It

In the Darkness

I would have traded places with anyone raised on love,

but how would anyone raised on love bear this death?

Sharon Olds, from “Wonder”

 

I’ve been working on a piece that I call “Writing about Writing”, an excavation process that I am using to uncover my truths and dreams of being or becoming a writer.  1,078 more words

Grief

Teenage Suicide - Nobody Talks

(photo from njhopeline.com)

Have you ever been bullied? Most probably have at one point in their life.
We’re gonna change subjects here from writing to a serious topic that needs brought to light. 396 more words

Life

Why It's Okay to Grieve 


Grief is like the ocean; it comes in waves,ebbing and flowing. Sometimes the water is calm, and sometimes it is overwhelming. All we can do is learn how to swim. 371 more words

All The Bright Places | Book Review

  • Author: Jennifer Niven
  • Genre: Contemporary, YA Realistic Fiction
  • Hardcover: 400 pages
  • Publisher: Knopf Books for Young Readers (January 6, 2015)
  • Language: English

The Fault in Our Stars…

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Shame

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Behind the story: This one is a dedication to the live’s we’ve lost through the recent shaming acts. 1,416 more words

Short Stories