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Remorse

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Without going into my past, I'd just like to apologize to any and all I've hurt while I was hurting.


I am sorry. I am responsible for my actions as an adult, I know, but it's hard to see what you're doing to others through a haze of your own pain. This past year and a half, I feel like I've woken up from decades of sleepwalking. A self-induced mental hibernation to deal with pain. The mountain is still there, but I have climbed a great deal of it and to anyone I hurt, again, I am sorry. I don't expect forgiveness, but I hope you can understand that I was unwell.


Thank you.

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Devious Journal Entry

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Almost every time I hear about someone dying I wonder why someone else died (usually young) and my crappy ass goes on living. I'm not even sure the last time I enjoyed life and people out there who do, lose theirs... so sad. Such a waste.
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So long, thanks for all the fish

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Emote: Good bye 
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Eclipse

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#NoThankYou
It seems to be having issues for me on Explorer and not working well. If this becomes permanent... I don't know how long I'll be here.

How do you feel about it?
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Ignore this.

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Though it does have a point, it's not
one not everyone should know about.
no, I'm not going to tell you who it's for;
it's a secret.
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