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June 20, 2011


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I know it's just a photo, but his face doesn't seem to radiate much brightness...


This was a real turning point post for me. I am so grateful for your courage in writing it.


An excellent examination of this painful topic.

jill i

Congratulations on your third anniversary! I look forward to your excellent and thought-provoking posts.

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