Bad Memories: think before you speak

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I’ve replayed this memory in my head over and over throughout the years. I can close my eyes, picture the room, the people in it, hear the words that were said, and worst of all feel my emotions.

It felt like an ambush, it felt as if the conversation was purposely driven to the point I remember so vividly.

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I find writing, even for the briefest of moments makes me feel a little better or a bit more focused. So welcome to my thought assembly line.

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Jeff

Jeff

I find writing, even for the briefest of moments makes me feel a little better or a bit more focused. So welcome to my thought assembly line.

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