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I Do NOT Accept Myself the Way I Am

Thursday, March 22, 2012

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  • FLY0NTHEWAL1
    Love the blog!
    1656 days ago
  • SPARKLISE
    This is an emoticon blog!
    1707 days ago
  • OKTHISISIT
    Just when I thought i couldn't, you told me that I can! You are a strong, powerful woman. Thank you emoticon
    1712 days ago
  • MEA6785
    So happy I read your blog today. I've been feeling lately like I've been stuck.. maybe even settling. It's easier when I'm comfortable. So, thank you for reminding me that it's healthy to be uncomfortable... it's needed to grow.

    Congrats to you at all your accomplishments emoticon
    1712 days ago
  • TEACHEROF4TH
    emoticon progress!
    1715 days ago
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    1717 days ago
  • GOING-STRONG
    Spark on... you are doing great and deserve wonderful things in your life.
    1717 days ago
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    1717 days ago
  • JADOMB
    I read your blog, good on ya. You have done so much and deserve many blessing. Keep the Faith
    1717 days ago
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