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Dear stranger, I wish you the best

Dear stranger, I know things have been quite harsh and chaotic recently and maybe they have been affecting you to an extent. If you feel down, sad, stressed or just bad in general, know that my heart is with you. I...
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Death, abuse and pain...

Hi- I’m Anna. I am 15. And I have been through a lot at such a young age. I want to use this to vent and rant and get things of my chest in a safe anonymous space. So thanks in advance :) It all started before I was born....
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Simple Summer Traditions to Keep Alive This Summer According to Charlie Brown

This summer almost here and well, we can just assume its summer based on the nice weather. It is nice to think about all the things we can look forward to this summer. And just because we had a rough start this year does...
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The Phenomenon of Group Thinking

The Phenomenon of Group Thinking I wanted to write this because of everything that's currently happening in America. I hope it helps someone. After a black man was brutally and unlawfully killed by four white police...
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2020 my year of different opinions

We all celebrated the breaking of 2020 with great expectations and planning. Just like we are different, our challenges and successes are different. 2020 will be a year to remember, because of the Coronavirus, so many...
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My first mytake. Thanks Yads!

No I’m not tagging anyone. Do this as well if you want. name : Sobek nickname : whatever one happens to call me gender : Female How long have you been on Girlsaskguys: Hell if I know lol What are your favourite...
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Why are many autistic people so minimalistic?

My boss called me and lectured me for 5 minutes about how I've had it so easy with my apprenticeship and I should put in effort at the end. And how it's not fair to others how easy my road has been and stuff like that....
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The forgotten foreign influences including spoils of war that the Soviet military owed credit to

The Soviet Union is perhaps the largest totalitarian regime to have ever existed. But what exactly allowed the Soviet regime to last more than half a century? The answer is two things, foreign influence and geographic...
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5 ways to accept your imperfections

Reflect on your body Take the time to calmly reflect on how you began to perceive your body during childhood, adolescence and adulthood. Have your friends made negative comments to you? Did your friends make fun of you?...
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20 Cute Ways to Carry or Hold a Girl

I believe that one of the cutest, most romantic things is when a guy holds and carries a woman, so here's a compilation of some cute ways you can carry your lady or how to hold a girl <3 ! 1) The carry her like a potato...
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Thank You To The Workers👏🏾❤️🌈

Thank you to the NHS staff and volunteers in my country, fighting this pandemic to protect us all, like soldiers would fight in a war even though in a war soldiers have all the equipment they need but our NHS staff are...
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Assumption is The First Step to Failure

Assumption is The First Step to Failure Most of the time assumptions are what we hear from a person and do not know if it's true, but choose for whatever reason to believe it anyway. Assumptions are something that is...
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MyTake on Writing and the 'Big Sad'

Oi! Howdy fellow facades of the internet! How's yer day eh? Cool beans... or is it hot beans? We eat beans hot but say cool beans as a good thing. Anyways, its nine in the afternoon for me and every night I do this li'l...
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How to make the right choice: a 5-step technique

1. Empty your mind When we are disturbed by external stresses and our internal conflicts, we can no longer see ourselves clearly. Refocusing is the only way to neutralize all these parasites. Here's an exercise to find...
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Remember What You Still Have And Be Thankful (Even Though It May Seem Difficult Right Now).

So, it's been a while since I've done one of these- I call it a 3:00 am MyTake because I'm writing it at 3:00 am. And most of these are always sort of deep and attempting to be meaningful I guess, but at the same time, I...
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A TODDLER'S View on HOW BABIES ARE MADE! #StoriesFromCookie

I'm sure we're all a bit bored currently, so I thought to tell you an entertaining story: Cookie was about 3 or 4 years old when she remembers sitting in her room, wondering how babies came about. Cookie's parents have...
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Quarantine: A Poem about social distancing

Quarantine What does this word mean? It means staying home and keeping your distance as much as possible Save your family, your elders, your friends, and your life. Save our nature, our wildlife, our trees and lakes....
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The weary blues of 24/7/365

24 hours in a day And I waste every one. Seven days in every week And all for naught. 12 months in a year, The ceaseless wheel of liberosis. Even still, purpose exists despite its subjectivity. What is purpose? It is...
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The Invisible War: a short poem

We all around the world are fighting an invisible war. Not between evil dictators, fascists, nor communists. Not with nuclear weapons, guns, tanks, nor planes. We are fighting a virus that has never been seen before. The...
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What I Have To Say After 1 Year of Not Having A Pet

I've had pets in my world for the majority of my life. My dog died when I was 17, and my cat died last March leaving my world quite different. Sadness is harder to deal with Those studies about cats reducing stress...
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