I lost a child to cancer. He was 10 when diagnosed, 14 1/2 when he died. One thing I learned during his illness and after his death is that everyone has problems; no one is immune. If we all put our troubles into a big bag and then had to select one; we'd likely choose our own. Grow some empathy.
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