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Blessed with an accepting family unit.

by MsKillie on November 10, 2012   |  FacebooktwitterTumblr


I can't imagine being raised by a family that doesn't accept their own or one that you had to hide your true self, ideas, or thoughts from. It hurts my heart hearing stories about people who were not loved by their family for being who they are. My family has always been very open and vocal about our world views to each other- we love debating, chatting and telling life stories. Every step of the way my family has cheered me on and loved what I believe in- what makes me who I am is what they adore about me! One more thing that I'm eternally grateful for is a close family! What a sad life it would be to not have that...

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