How To Overcome Mental Trauma From Past Child Abuse

The darkest moments of my life were the days sleeping in a tightly squeezed closet with a sheer cover and a hard surface to lay on. I could barely make out my hands in front of me. Although, there was this small amount of light that would creek through the thin crack line that separated the closet doors, still it was like losing your eyesight and only seeing light from time to time.

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For starters, writing is the golden ratio. For the ending, I write about all my secrets, feelings, and poetry.

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For starters, writing is the golden ratio. For the ending, I write about all my secrets, feelings, and poetry.

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