Listening to every heart
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In English we have been assigned an essay. It is a narrative on something that has substantially changed you as a person.
In January 2004 you announced to your parents that you "lied" about being pregnant. Now you say,
I had a miscarriage
Kellie, you asked for suggestions on what we, as peers/friends/poets, whatever, might have for you as suggestions in this something that substantially changed you as a person.
Why did you tell us of the pregnancy, then not come back and tell us of the miscarriage? Those who have remained as your friends despite all of the things you've said/done here at Passions can easily become confused over what you think is important in your life.
This essay has not centered on one "something" that has substantially changed your life. In fact, it's pretty much a reiteration of all of the various discussion threads you've ever left on the boards.
Kellie, as a friend first, I would suggest that you scrap this and take a look around at all you've said and done and left in print for us to read as "fact", which more and more appears to me as not so much fact as fiction, or better yet, a "dreamworld" of how you perceive life.
We were a very close family.
What precipitated the divorce, Kellie? Certainly not closeness.
Larry has commented that you will not look to the events that "changed your life" here at Passions. So, then, step back even further. Apparently your parents divorce may indeed be a key factor into that "something" that changed your life.
I continue to hope for the best for you, Kellie, but until you decide to face reality, it's going to be a very, very rocky road.