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Using My Best Friend’s Death as an Advantage By: Katherine Padron

Dedicated To: Gang affiliates, the young minded & people who feel alone or empty. I’ve ran into all types of …

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My Beautiful, Typical Little Baby By: Darlene Russo

My daughter was born on January 11, 2006.  A beautiful typical little baby, reaching her milestones at 6 months, 12 …

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Finding Hope When You Least Expect It

By Anonymous I was going through a really bad day while living in New York years ago. I went to …

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Motorcycle Wreck By: Dewayne Morgan

On Sept. 8 2009, I was riding my motorcycle and met a car on my side of the road when …

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World War II, The Pacific, Malaria, Jungle Rot & Moving On With My Life by: Tony Giammona, WWII Vet, Brooklyn, NY

Things were going very well for me until December 7, 1941. In very short order, I was drafted into the …

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A Touching Letter By: Cindi

From my cousin in Sendai, Japan where she has lived for the past decade teaching English: Hello My Lovely Family …

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I May Have Lost Part of My Leg but I Keep Right On Going By: Nancy

My amputation is just something that represents a “slight” set back in life. Yesterday Oprah’s show was an amputee Mom …

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D-Day and the Cancer Survivor

I have been afflicted with a chronic disorder for decades and get around with the aid of a walker. I …

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A Chance Finding: How This Family Came To Be By: Jo-Ann and Al Vargas

We began our life in foster care in 1996.  It has been a wonderful experience for me and my husband …

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Keep Grasping Just Beyond Your Reach and Never Ever Quit By: Didi

I was born the 6th child of 8 in my family.  My parents were both addicts.  We got our food …

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