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An Open Letter to the First Boy I Gave my Heart to

I wonder if you think about me like I think about you or if I'm erased from your memory. Forgotten. I know you won't read this either but one day I'll tell you. I'll tell you how you picked me up, broke me, and changed me. I'll tell you about how much better I'm doing, how my friends were there for me when you no longer were and maybe we'll even laugh at that the stories about the guys that came after you but couldn't compare to you. They'll never be the first boy I gave my heart to who didn't give me his heart in return.

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Accepting your parents for who they are

Let me start this post by saying I love both my parents very much. However, there are plenty of times where we don't get along, like every other kid and parent. It disheartens me to know that's not the case for every kid. You think that all parents are supposed to love their kid unconditionally, but… Continue reading Accepting your parents for who they are

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You’re young, You’re going to make mistakes

That day I was brought to the police station and told them about what happened. I gave my statement and left. My friends did the same. February 27th, 2014 I was pulled out of my 2nd-period class and was arrested. All of us involved were. We were told we'd be going to a juvenile center for the weekend. I'm not going to lie and say it was horrible, The guys were all scary looking thugs, or that it changed my life. None of that would be true

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A thank you letter to my straight allies

If all the lbgtq people had allies like mine maybe the suicide rate and homeless rate of the lgbt community wouldn't be one of the highest. Who knows what my life would be like without my accepting friends and family. Would I be homeless? Would I have committed suicide? Only God knows. A special thanks to the people who have changed my life