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  • Lexi Mae Edwards shared a letter in the Group logo of To my younger selfTo my younger self group 1 weeks ago

    Her

    Have I ever told you how proud I am?
    Of each of the battles you have overcome
    She thinks that her life is not up to par.
    She’s a writer now
    While her sport history is no more
    Have I ever told you how proud I am?
    Living with the mind battles
    Due from the moments God throws her way:
    She thinks that her life is not up to par.
    Still waking up
    Pushing past the hardships
    have I ever told you how proud I am?
    Have you seen how far you have grown
    moments you thought would never surpass
    She thinks that her life is not up to par.
    If she only knew how great she’s doing
    Which I think we’re finally within the place
    Have I ever told you how proud I am?
    She thinks that her life is not up to par.

    Lexi Mae

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  • Dear Timothy...

    Hey, you, old man.
    This is a letter to yourself and from yourself.
    You know all those things you’ve done wrong,
    Regardless of who’s fault, or who’s right or wrong.
    But this is not of that my friend…
    Yeah, it’s amazing.You can call yourself friend now, but you are! ♥
    I know those things I put myself and others through.
    I remember the dreams and aspirations.All the good things I had for you.
    Looking back is confusing and God it just makes me cry.
    But I’m gonna try to leave You out too.Because this is a letter to myself. To maybe find out why.
    But God I can’t, I can’t look back Because it hurts too much…
    I can’t go to the beach, I can’t go to school, I can’t go to church, Sitting bereaved, I feel a fool.
    But Lord, I can’t do it, I cannot watch.
    Cannot go to Toledo. Cannot go to Cleveland cannot go back to jail, God what am I believing?
    Cannot run to West Virginia, cannot hospital trend…
    All along.I hated myself, yet all the while was a good friend. ☺
    I can’t even write.I’m sorry I can’t do this.
    All along my life, it was my own mark I missed.
    But that’s a good thing because i’m not in hell…
    Only I could see my place where ever if I made, could never get bail.
    I’m sorry, no can do.
    God thank you for saving me from me.

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    • Aww Timothy everything you have been through has led you where you are today, and it’s exactly where you are supposed to be. You have a beautiful heart. Never forget that! Your past does not define your whole being. <3 Lauren

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  • Jake shared a letter in the Group logo of To my younger selfTo my younger self group 1 months, 1 weeks ago

    TAGGING ALONG - Despite the scars

    Dear You,

    Never in a million years did I think I would be so connected with you, but at the same time disconnected.

    The thought of ever thinking of you as a POSITIVE mainstay (I use mainstay literally), in my life is like finding a person who does not know what an iPhone is.

    The bane of your existence on another person would literally freeze me.

    I could not talk at the mere sight of seeing what felt like a drowning impact you had and sometimes still have, on the lives of innocent humans.

    Prematurely punishing them with the ability to not talk!

    This confinement… well, it just seems like the prison sentence of Jeffrey Deskovic, a man who spent 16 years innocently behind bars. A person who missed 16 years of freedom, family events, friends, and much, much more, for being wrongfully accused.

    This powerful story can be read in the new book – “Unseal Your Superpowers: Letters To Inspire The Hero Within You” by Lauren Brill.
    (See bottom for link to book).

    So much of my life with you I let myself die inside by not behaving as my authentic self.

    I was in a stranglehold with you that even the Hulk would not be strong enough to combat your grasp.

    Despite you letting go of that fiercely tight grip, I have the scars to show for it.

    After years of healing, the scar’s are still there. All but so faint, no amount of scar cream can make it evaporate.

    The pain of you will always be there, nagging me like a tag on the back of a shirt.

    I realize that tag is not meant to be ripped off or even taken off as a whole, it’s there as a reminder that sometimes a tag or label will never die, but if you don’t like it you can always use tie dye.

    Despite the tag or label still there, this time, I am going to exchange it for one that fits me! Only me — the authentic me! After all, no one can be me!

    So, I thank you for the lessons you have taught me, cerebral palsy. Now, I’m going to live life authentically and OWN you, tag and all!

    Love your once enemy and now friend,

    Jake

    Here Is the link to the story mentioned above, and much more.

    We are currently donating a portion of our proceeds (10%) to two charities:

    Lift Our Voices, which aims to transform the American workplace, making it safer and more equitable for everyone, and Team LeGrand, a fundraising arm of the Christopher & Dana Reeve Foundation dedicated to supporting quality-of-life initiatives and treatments for spinal cord injuries.

    Jake

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    • Jake, this is powerful. I am so glad you are realizing your power and your strength and not letting cp hold you back or stop you from loving yourself.

      @jdesk

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  • "GO FOR THE GUSTO"

    A note to my younger self
    Dear Ms. Vicki Lawana,
    I realize you were raised with a double standard as the after affects of being born in 1949.
    You were born on September 18, 1949. The most popular song of that year was “RAGTIME COWBOY JOE” By Jo Stafford. The most popular movie was “MISS GRANT TAKES RICHMOND” starring Lucille Ball and William Holden. A comedy about a secretary who unwittingly helps her boss run a betting parlor.
    You have so much potential as a young woman. You were born with so many talents. However, you were told as a woman you had to buckle down take care of your man. You questioned that point of view by asking questions of all the family. You thought maybe you were born again, as you looked out your window counting the stars asking the universe why you were here in this house, with this family and now what? You hear a choir singing from far away, as though the angels answered your question.
    You grew up learning to play the piano for hours, writing music, singing the blues. Your mom and grandma were your biggest fans.
    But as time went on you were told you could not be a singer or none of the things you were interested in at that time. There were only four things a woman was allowed to do in 1949.
    1. Secretary
    2. Housewife, baby maker, home maker
    3. Nurse
    4. Retail clerk
    Then when your dad tried to teach you mechanics, your mom told you, “Baby girl, ladies don’t work on cars.” So, you went inside the house crying tears of pain because your poppa was your hero. Your mom did not know any better. Your poppa told your mom. “Honey, there will be a time when ladies do work on cars. At least I wanted to teach her the basics.”
    Your dad worked long hours except he never worked on a Sunday as that was his family time. Your poppa bought you all the latest rock n roll of the 60s and 70s. Music was the go-to for everything in your family.
    You visited a nightclub when you were 15, jumping on stage singing “I’m Sorry” by Brenda Lee.
    Of course, you were only 15 and your dad found you, pulled you off stage. Sometime after that you quit singing or playing the piano. That was devastating to you. You would sit in your room writing songs and lyrics listening to all the latest bands.
    You grew up in a male patriarchal society. A woman could not buy a house or car without her husband. You marched in parades for equal rights for women and civil rights for people of color.
    When the 70s arrived and the women’s movement had opened doors for women to go to college and not be codependent on their husbands. Your dad sent you to nursing school in 1969. You began college studying business management and journalism. You discovered you had a high IQ of 135. You remember back in 1967 you were told your IQ was 95 below average. You were being prepared to survive in a male patriarchal society where men were smart, and women were 2nd class citizens.
    You rebelled against this, but still loved men and not always choosing the best characters.
    I want to explain, Ms. Vicki, that you listened to everyone but yet kept going to college and aspiring to fulfill your dreams. You worked at the LA Times when you were 30. However, you were introduced to a dude by his brother that worked there. You married him, had two babies as you thought your time clock was running out. When you landed the job at The LA Times it was not about marriage or babies. So once again you lived your double standard. You were divorced in 1989.
    Then you worked with a dude in the music and film industry whom you married.
    You never really had to marry anyone or have children to fulfill your womanly desires.
    I tell you as younger self, finish your degree, don’t marry because you think you must, work hard, play hard, study hard. It’s your life. Then one day you would meet the artist who respects you as a human being not a 2nd class citizen.
    Write those stories, interview the same stars you interviewed with your man, but do these procedures as a woman, educated, strong and successful.
    I tell my younger self, Ms. Vicki, you are unique, eccentric, artist. You don’t need a man to make you a whole person. The truth be told it’s the men who need a woman to make them feel like a man.
    So as a young woman you can do anything your heart desires and use your own talents in your career not worried about your man. Your man will love you for your strong qualities not just a ragtime cowboy side kick, but as a partner in life, a friend, a lover.
    GO FOR GUSTO, MS. VICKI!
    The rock song of 2023 was “Angry” by The Rolling Stones. The best movie was “Love at First Sight” by Netflix. Have we changed in the last decades? Yes, there are many changes. We stream music and movies through the internet. Web no longer have to go to the theater or concerts to see stars.
    There is a group of people in America today who want women to go back to 1949. Ms. Vicki, please work not to let this happen. If there was a time machine I would like to sit and talk to my younger self to tell you, do not marry just because it’s the trend. Do not have babies just because your internal clock is ticking. Study, work, play but do it on your own please.
    Ms. Vicki, you love your kids and grands very much. Surly you know your kids and grands have so many choices as men or women. There’s a new future ahead. There’s a rainbow of colors spreading all over the land. The Earth turns in motion to the beat of eternity as learn to move forward for equality for all.

    Vicki Lawana Trusselli

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    • Omg Vicki! This is amazing! I am going to include it in our newsletter today! I also have always felt pressure to follow social standards even though I wanted a career. And that inner conflict certainly has taken its toll on me, and my relationships. I love your advice to your younger self. So cool that you worked for the LA times. And how…read more

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      • Thank you Lauren. Yes it was very frustrating for me. I survived. i just hope we do not have to go back to those times again. Growing up in those times was confusing for me as a woman of many questions and not accepting the status quo if it did not seem practical or was too controlling.

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  • Head shoulders knees and toes

    In a world of toes and heels
    There resides a villain, fibrous and real.
    Plantar fibromatosis, a foe
    Transforms my feet into a peculiar grind.

    Nodules and bumps they sprout with delight,
    Turning shoes, into foes that plot through the night.
    Every step brings a wince and a frown,
    Oh why must these growths be so renowned?

    I tread with caution like a stroll
    Avoiding pressure to maintain some control.
    These fibrous companions have their say
    Playing tricks on my feet day, after day.

    I yearn for shoes that offer respite
    They taunt me creating an odd plight.
    “Give it your shot ” I say with a grin
    I’ll hobble forward making every step akin!

    So here’s to plantar fibromatosis my amusing companion,
    Transforming each stride into an union.
    I’ll Wiggle as I manage the scene
    With humor and laughter keeping it all serene!

    Becca Engle

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  • Words

    In the midst of quietness, where words were scarce
    A voyage commenced, yet misunderstood, by the world.
    They dared to label you as a monkey
    But you against all odds reached a destiny.

    Initially non communicative, a bloomers beginning
    Deep inside resided an indomitable spirit.
    From whispers to soaring language
    You have written your tale with cherished victories.

    Amidst uncertainty and discouragement you paved your path
    In the face of their skepticism you discovered the strength to persist.
    Every word you embraced became a triumph, a tune
    Proving wrong those who doubted while showcasing your resilience.

    Your accomplishments stand as proof of your power
    Defying expectations and soaring to heights.
    From a canvas shaded with uncertainty you painted your perspective
    Crafting a masterpiece, from all that you have known.

    Oh future self adorned with success
    A living testament to resilience in the face of adversity.
    Remember the journey the struggles and battles fought fiercely
    For your story shines as a guiding light for others to follow.Look into the mirror. Witness the achievements you’ve accumulated
    A beautiful melody composed from a history of hardships.
    Because what they saw as a monkey was truly a lion, within you
    Fearlessly breaking through obstacles turning dreams into reality.

    Rebecca Engle

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  • Dear Younger Self

    Dear Younger Self,

    I hope this letter finds you well, full of curiosity, and with a heart full of dreams. I know that as you grow older, life might become more complicated, but I want to share some words of advice and encouragement with you. First and foremost, please remember that you are enough just as you are. You don’t need to change to fit someone else’s idea of perfection. Embrace your uniqueness, your quirks, and your individuality. These are the qualities that will make you stand out in a world filled with conformity.

    Life will throw its fair share of curveballs your way. Some will be difficult to handle, and you’ll feel like you’re drowning in a sea of uncertainty. But let me assure you that you are stronger than you think. With each challenge that comes your way, you’ll grow, learn, and evolve. These experiences will shape you into a resilient and compassionate individual.

    Don’t be afraid to take risks. The biggest regrets often stem from opportunities not taken. Be bold in pursuing your dreams and passions. It’s okay to make mistakes; they are valuable lessons that will help you become wiser.

    Nurture your relationships. The people who love and support you are your greatest treasures. Cherish every moment with them, and never take their presence for granted. Be patient and forgiving, both with others and with yourself.

    Remember to take care of your body and mind. Your health is a precious gift, and self-care should be a priority. Eat well, stay active, and find time to relax and rejuvenate.

    Education is a powerful tool, and it will open doors to new opportunities and ideas. Keep your thirst for knowledge alive. Read, explore, and never stop asking questions.

    Lastly, the world can be a complex and sometimes daunting place, but don’t let it deter you. There is so much beauty to discover, and your journey is just beginning. Trust in yourself, follow your heart, and embrace the adventure that is life.

    I believe in you, younger self. You have the potential to achieve incredible things, to make a difference, and to find happiness in unexpected places. Be kind, be brave, and always hold on to your dreams.

    With love and encouragement,

    Lisa

    Lisa Ashman

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  • Jael shared a letter in the Group logo of To my younger selfTo my younger self group 1 years, 7 months ago

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    Hannah, Please Forgive Me...

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  • Bianca shared a letter in the Group logo of To my younger selfTo my younger self group 1 years, 8 months ago

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    “Made to Endure what Life throws at You”

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  • iambrizei shared a letter in the Group logo of To my younger selfTo my younger self group 1 years, 8 months ago

    To Little Me

    This letter is to my younger self in hopes that she remembers that these events were not done to you that they were placed for you. Placed for you in this lifetime because you are a badass and always come out with your smile as bright as the sun and your head held higher than the clouds. When you tell people of your story you deem it to be normal while others are floored with how it has been for you. You are you for a reason but most importantly never forget that your feelings are indeed valid, do not put others needs before you when you are tired and need to rest and recharge. Remember learning an enormous amount of compassion and empathy for others which is a rare superpower. Once you have recharged and nurtured yourself then you can go and help others. Never regret the help you’ve given others, remember that empowering feeling you get once you do; like you can do anything. Remember to keep going and never stop and when you look back don’t forget to smile because we did all that and then some. I love you I can’t wait to color and go rollerblading.

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    • I love it, the events were placed for you in life. A great way of putting it. I’ve never heard it that way. And yes, I said it once in one of my poems, you were meant to be you, not him, not her, not me, only you! And you’re right, you should never, ever regret the help you do for others. It should give you the most wonderful feeling. And yes,…read more

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    • This is so sweet. As we grow up we often look back on the mistakes we’ve made. Not giving ourselves a break is often something we neglect. I’m glad you took the time to acknowledge your inner child and told her to rest every now and then. Thank you for sharing.

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  • zaysmith1 shared a letter in the Group logo of To my younger selfTo my younger self group 1 years, 9 months ago

    To my younger self

    To my younger, I wish I could go back in time and live those childhood moments again. As I got older I realized that those moments cannot be done again, but at the end of the day I lived those moments and had a lot of fun and experienced a lot of things. If I could go back and name a time that I really enjoyed it would be going to the Browns training camps every summer with my uncle and cousins. Being able to watch the Browns practice in Berea was one of the best things that I have ever done when I was younger. As I got older, I started to cherish everything about my childhood and would never trade it for anything. Last but not least, to the younger me experience as much as you can and have fun.

    Isaiah Smith

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    • Sounds as if you have had a very good life. What do you do to help ensure your son will also have one? Have you thought about lengthening this and telling more specifics about those visits to the Browns? Do you make similar experiences happen for your son? What is your one regret in life and how are you moving forward to accept or change it?

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    • Love it, and you’re right, if only we can go back. The moment are like days, you can’t go back to that day, you wish you had done something else, or when a mishap happens, or an accident you may have been involved in, or a disease you were diagnosed with on said day. If you can only go back to that day and things were changed, those things never…read more

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    • I’m so glad that you reminded your inner child to not grow up so fast. It’s so hard to not do that these days. Life just kinda smacks us in the face and we all just keep trucking. Thank you for sharing.

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  • Jim shared a letter in the Group logo of To my younger selfTo my younger self group 1 years, 10 months ago

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    To young Jim

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  • Telina shared a letter in the Group logo of To my younger selfTo my younger self group 1 years, 10 months ago

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    Advice to my younger self

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  • To my younger self

    To your younger self,

    I know you because I was once you. You were always angry, so angry to the point where your dad took you to anger management classes. You would get into fights without any real cause behind it. Then, the school would suspend you because of it. I am really proud of you by the way because now we were able to cool our anger down to the point where we were able to graduate high school; with A’s and B’s throughout our junior and senior years.

    You are now in college working on becoming a Digital Marketing Manager and you also gained a position in an internship as a Social Media Manager, and with two years of hard work you gained a great number of followers on Tiktok.

    Stop being so angry at the world. It’s not your fault that you are going through what you’re going through and it’s also not your parent’s fault either because they don’t know what you are going through. You can’t change the past, you can only look toward the future. Drop the anger and look at your strengths and continue to be brave and strong, and lean on the people who care about you. All they want to do is see you succeed.

    Love, 23-Year-Old Kayjah

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    • Kayjah,

      You are an incredible person and have so much to be proud of. You are so brave and strong, as you have shown courage by facing the things that hurt and finding healthy ways to heal. I think each one of us struggles as young people to cope with whatever hurt we face. And the way in which you worked through your anger to become the sweet,…read more

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    • Kayjah,

      This is a great letter to your younger self. It’s very inspiring and can give hope to those going through that tough time in their life dealing with a hurricane amount of pain & anger. It’s also a great reminder that we’re not alone and that most people have dealt with some painful moments in their past. Your journey has been a powerful…read more

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    • Good for you, you did it. Yes, there was others there helping, but You did it. It took you to make up your mind to want to do it. So never forget, You did it! You turned all that anger, those frowns, all the unhappiness into to A’s and B’s. We tend to get angry for many reason, but it never ever solves anything. Matter a fact, it takes so much out…read more

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    • I was also a very angry child. I grew up in a household that yelled a lot so I resonate with the anger issues. I resolved a lot of my anger around the same time in high school. I’m now a mother of 3 beautiful babies and my anger is almost nonexistent. You have two options in life. Either let life ruin you or let life empower you. I’m glad you…read more

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    • Jake replied 1 months ago

      @kayjahlorde, there are so many poignant sentences in here!!

      “I am really proud of you by the way because now we were able to cool our anger down to the point where we were able to graduate high school; with A’s and B’s throughout our junior and senior years.”

      This is JUST ONE EXAMPLE! of how YOU delved DEEP into your HARDSHIPS (which is EXTR…read more

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  • My advice for the younger me

    To my younger self,

    Several years ago, mom and dad moved out of our childhood home and mom sent me a box filled with items from our room that she didn’t know if I wanted to keep or throw away.

    As I looked through this box, I found random items like a Mia Hamm Barbie in a package that I never opened and drawings from third or fourth grade. As I dug a little deeper, I also found a letter written to my future self. It was written by you – my younger self – a 17-year-old high school senior.

    You’ll be happy to know that you got off the waitlist and into your top-choice school, Columbia University. While you will question whether or not you are smart enough to go there, college won’t be very difficult for you. Academics will almost come secondary to falling in love, getting your heart broken, making lifelong friendships, and starting your career.

    After college, it will take a little bit of time, but you will make it on air. You will become a sportscaster. In some ways, the dream will be everything you ever imagined and more, and in other ways, you will be left hurt, frustrated and disappointed.

    I’m sorry to tell you that so far, you didn’t get your own show, and you don’t have your own network.

    But that’s OK.

    What I love about you and what I love about me is that we follow our heart, and we stay true to our morals. We stand up for ourselves and others even when there is a heavy price to pay.

    These qualities will lead you to tell the world in an open letter about what happened at that house party in Nyack when you were 16. I know you thought you’d be able to bury that, to push it away and forget what those boys did to you forever. However, it just won’t play out that way.

    Don’t worry. You’re OK. You are more than OK. Your letter, which was addressed to sexual assault survivors, will help you transform all your pain into purpose.

    Sharing your truth will feel so empowering, you will decide to lend your ability to write and tell a story to other people’s voices. You will start a business you can’t yet even visualize. It will be called The Unsealed, and you will ghostwrite open letters that will inspire strength and encourage equality.

    While most of the letters won’t be about you, you will write the letters based on your interpretation of each person’s story. And thus, within each letter written, there will be a piece of you and a part of your heart. These letters will reflect the compassion you feel for others and the impact you want to make on the world.

    The response to your work will be incredible.

    Your very first letter, which was about grief, will save someone’s life. A man, who lost his mother, will reach out to you and tell you that he read the letter with a gun in his hand. By the time he finishes the letter, he will have a tear dripping down his face. That will be the moment he decides not to take his own life.

    And that’s not all.

    A former foster child will tell you that you made her feel seen. A father who will lose his son to cancer will thank you for caring about his child’s legacy. A teenage rape survivor will tell you that you are the reason she shared her story, and you are the reason she feels hope for her future. Countless people will be grateful because you listened to them, helped them express themselves, and amplified their voices.

    Your work will give you so much happiness, purpose, and connection. The passion you feel burning through your veins will help combat the nerves that come with the uncertainties of starting and running a business.

    It’s not your own show, and it’s not your own network. But this will be right for you.

    Once again, you will be confident that you are good enough, but you will still want to be the best. Your dreams will once again be big, and your plan will be very specific:

    Build an enormous badass company that will change the whole damn world!

    You will have your moments where you wonder, “Is this possible?”

    “Can I take this to the next level?”

    “Will I continue to grow?”

    Most of the time, you will be excited, but there will be moments that you feel scared. And in those moments, you will think of the letter your 17-year-old self wrote to your future self.

    See, when I think about you and your struggle and how the cards ultimately unfolded – I know precisely the advice I want to tell you.

    I want you to relax. You have wonderful friends, the best parents and you are young and curious. Stop missing out on the joy of the present moment because you’re consumed with the unknowns of your future.

    Don’t worry. Everything always turns out just fine.

    All you have to do is continue to follow your heart and work hard. If that doesn’t take you where you plan to go, I promise it will lead you somewhere better.

    I hope this helps.

    And thank you again for writing to me. The advice that I realized I wanted to give to you ended up being the exact wisdom I needed to remind myself.

    We got this! Let’s go!

    @kayjahlorde @oneturbobenz @amazz94 @theunsealed

    lauren (the older you)

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    • Aww Roger, that is so sweet. It’s people like you that keep me pushing. I still want to grow and be so much bigger. But I know I have to be patient and it will come. I am so glad The Unsealed and our friendship has had such a positive impact on your well-being and your life. You inspire me to keep pushing ever day.

      Life is really hard sometime…read more

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    • I believe that your a very strong, independent, and a successful person. I feel that you are a person that will help others speak out more on there experiences which you are currently doing; your on a level where the stories you post motivates others to post as well. You are a leading example of how a lot of people who go through hardships with…read more

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    • That part on stop missing on the joy of the present moment because you’re consumed with the unknowns of your future is so true! It’s tough to stay in the present when your mind has been conditioned to constantly think about the future. The Unsealed (In a way) is your show, Lauren. It shows your willingness to share other people’s stories. It a…read more

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      • It really is tough to stay present. It is something I still struggle with. I am a worrier and trying to build a business sure doesn’t make that any easier. But it’s people like you and letters like this one that remind me that everything will be OK and that I am on the right track and I just have to keep pushing. I am so glad you found The…read more

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    • Your story amazes me. To go through something so horrible and to turn it into something that inspired a passion to help others speak up on their experiences, is just so encouraging to me. Reminds me that there are people who actually care out there. Thank you for sharing your story.

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