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Today was an intense day, I found myself in a position where I was forced to face my past. A past that I had tried with every ounce of me to forget. The days of having stones thrown at the back of my head, the days of being slapped so hard ( I can still feel the sting) and the days of having names screamed at me are in the past or at least so I thought. Today I came face to Today was an intense day, I found myself in a position where I was forced to face my past. A past that I had tried with every ounce of me to forget. The days of having stones thrown at the back of my head, the days of being slapped so hard ( I can still feel the sting) and the days of having names screamed at me are in the past or at least so I thought. Today I came face to face with the one person that had made me feel so worthless that several times throughout my teens I had contemplated suicide. Walking down Oxford Street in central London and stood right in front of me was Emma, the blast from the past that I did not ever want to see again. This is my story, this is a story about accepting who you are and not letting those bullies win


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Today was an intense day, I found myself in a position where I was forced to face my past. A past that I had tried with every ounce of me to forget. The days of having stones thrown at the back of my head, the days of being slapped so hard ( I can still feel the sting) and the days of having names screamed at me are in the past or at least so I thought. Today I came face to Today was an intense day, I found myself in a position where I was forced to face my past. A past that I had tried with every ounce of me to forget. The days of having stones thrown at the back of my head, the days of being slapped so hard ( I can still feel the sting) and the days of having names screamed at me are in the past or at least so I thought. Today I came face to face with the one person that had made me feel so worthless that several times throughout my teens I had contemplated suicide. Walking down Oxford Street in central London and stood right in front of me was Emma, the blast from the past that I did not ever want to see again. This is my story, this is a story about accepting who you are and not letting those bullies win

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