The Bravery of Surrender: How Admittance of Guilt Can Change the World

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The response I have received from my most recent article has had me in a whirlwind of emotions. Never, when I sat down to write that letter to my friends, did I think that so many complete strangers would find it to resonate within their own lives. But I have read every comment, message, text, and DM from people who found me through my story and reached out to me…

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Author. Poet. Musician. Actress. Instagram.com/elyse_just_elyse

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