Recent Community Stories
  • Mya Tolentino
  • May 17, 2019

I'm so sorry. I will pray too. They deserve more in life and God has a plan for them.

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  • Hope
  • May 17, 2019

I was raped by my step-dad for years. I told my mom about what was happening. She laughed and told me it was "just a dream." I didn't understand why she couldn't see that it wasn't a dream and that I was scared.

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  • John P. Read, London
  • May 17, 2019

Sadly, humans believe money is more important than our planet, sister Beryl.

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  • DGS
  • May 17, 2019

That story is basically me at school. Sad but a reality.

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  • Kumari Weerasooriya
  • May 17, 2019

This short poem reflects the feelings of most of the daughters who learned life through love, affection and protection of their fathers.

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  • Bella
  • May 16, 2019

I'm going through the same thing. My bestie and I like the same guy again, but I won't tell her because she likes home, and I would never betray her trust by going for him.

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  • Mattie Sullivan
  • May 16, 2019

This poem so reminds me of the relationship my Daddy and I had. He had a major surgery in 1971 and because of that and the effects of the anesthesia, his decline began. It took a while for us to know what was happening. We found out after he'd gone to make a simple run to the paint store, something he'd done for as long as I can remember. Three days and two accidents later, he was found in a ditch outside of DC. Thank God he was alive although tired and quite confused.
During his admission to the hospital, he was diagnosed with Dementia, Alzheimer's type. Very little was known. There were no medication or respite centers. We had to stumble along on our own. Eventually, it got to the point that my mother was no longer able to care for him. At that time the medical community was not equipped as it is today. Unfortunately, he passed on April 27, 1974.
I love him as much today as I did then.

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  • Bethany
  • May 16, 2019

If you really like him, just tell him. And if your friend is really your friend, she will understand. And if she doesn't then you don't deserve her as a friend.

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  • Tracey
  • May 16, 2019

Left at a young at young age I know. You know life takes the best people in the world and those we love the most but, know that her soul is happy and free where she is. She still walks and is always by your side in every step you take and very pain you go through. I know you can't see her but feel her presence without seeing her. Hang in there and believe everything will be okay.

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  • Malia
  • May 15, 2019

I lost my fiance May 3rd, 2019. He was only 28 and we have been together since 18. We share a daughter who turns 3 on the 31st. He was a stay-at-home dad and took care of our daughter since she was born. He had acute pancreatitis and suffered complete organ failure within 4 days. We went to the ER Tuesday, thinking he'd get pain medicine and go home. But by early Wednesday morning he was on life support and that afternoon they let me know he wasn't going to make it. First his kidneys failed, then his liver, lungs. He had an infection in his heart, and by Friday afternoon he was brain dead. I can't even begin to explain the loss I feel. He was my everything.

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