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Madeline McEwen

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George Orwell
“In a time of deceit telling the truth is a revolutionary act.”
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“One thing you who had secure or happy childhoods should understand about those of us who did not. We who control our feelings, who avoid conflicts at all costs, or seem to seek them. Who are hypersensitive, self-critical, compulsive, workaholic, and above all survivors. We are not that way from perversity, and we cannot just relax and let it go. We’ve learned to cope in ways you never had to.”
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Madeline McEwen Kimber wrote: "Thank you for adding me as a friend, Madeline! : )"

Ooo - my reply appears in the same box as your comment!
You are most welcome. I generally respond well to nudges until my GPS navigation skills improve.


Madeline McEwen Likewise. Pleased to meet you too! 😉📚


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Kurt Chambers Thanks for the friends add, Madeline :) Pleased to meet you!


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