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When You Don’t Know What To Say

Words are powerful. With the best intentions and the worst intentions, your words can build a person up or tear them down in no time at all. When I was growing up, my mom always told us that our words are like toothpaste, and once they’re out, you can’t put it back in. She was […]
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